Yale Stress Center

The Yale Stress Center performs interdisciplinary research on stress effects on the brain, mind, body, and behavior and on the resulting impact of stress on day-to-day functioning and health. Specific research focuses include stress effects on cognitive and executive function; interactions with alcohol, drugs, food and exercise; new therapies to reverse the negative effects of stress, increase individual capacity, and decrease the risk of disease; and stress-drug interactions. The Yale Stress Center also offers a variety of stress and wellness programs and trainings for individuals and organizations, including mindfulness-based stress reduction courses. Learn more about stress and the Center’s research by visiting the link below.