Daisy Feddoes

Title(s)Administrative Officer, Institute for Health & Aging
SchoolSchool of Nursing
Address490 Illinois Street, #1200
San Francisco CA 94158
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    Stanford University, California, USABA06/2019Psychology
    Stanford University, California, USABA06/2019East Asian Studies, Japan Focus

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    1. Should artificial intelligence play a role in cultivating social connections among older adults?. AMA J Ethics. 2023; 11(25):818 - 824. Portacolone E & Feddoes DE.
    2. Should Artificial Intelligence Play a Role in Cultivating Social Connections Among Older Adults? AMA J Ethics. 2023 Nov 01; 25(11):E818-824. Portacolone E, Feddoes DE. PMID: 38085584.
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    3. Pregnancy during the pandemic: the impact of COVID-19-related stress on risk for prenatal depression. Psychol Med. 2023 01; 53(1):170-180. King LS, Feddoes DE, Kirshenbaum JS, Humphreys KL, Gotlib IH. PMID: 33781354; PMCID: PMC8047399.
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