is a salutary reminder that the old genetics, with its rigid separation of nature from nuture, is giving way to a murkier model of inheritance in which the environment, almost as much as DNA, plays a central part as generations succeed one another."-- Science
About the Author
is University Distinguished Professor, Professor of Paediatrics and Perinatal Biology, and Director of the Liggins Institute for Medical Research and the National Center for Growth and Development, at the University of Auckland. Mark Hanson
directs the Centre for Developmental Origins of Health and Disease at the University of Southampton, and is an honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and Honorary professor at the University of Auckland.