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New BU Center for Brain Recovery Aims to Advance Treatments for Stroke, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s

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Photo of Christina Lee, a SSW associate professor and member of the addiction faculty at BU’s Grayken Center at BMC. A woman with black hair tied back into a small bun stands and looks to the right as she poses for the photo. She wears a blue blouse.
Addiction Treatment

How Racism and Bias Influence Substance Use and Addiction Treatment

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Kilachand Fund

The Kilachand Fund’s Impact on Science’s Biggest Challenges

The many faces of Judith Kalaora (clockwise from top left): as Deborah Sampson, the first woman to enlist in the American military; as 19th-century philanthropist Madam Sarah Derby; as early suffragist Lucy Stone; as Rachel Walker Revere, wife of Paul Revere; as Dolley Madison, wife of James Madison, fourth US president; as Hollywood actor and inventor Hedy Lamarr; as teacher and astronaut Christa McAuliffe; and as Princess Diana. Photo of Sampon by Vincent Morreale; of Derby, Madison, and McAuliffe by Al Conant; of Stone by Chris Cavalier; of Revere by Claudio Gustafson; of Hedy Lamarr by Chris Beasley; of Princess Diana by Greg Anthony

Judith Kalaora Brings History To Life