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Sager, Alan Health care for all. November 17, 2000
Sager, Alan More care, less money. December 13, 2002
Sager, Alan Negotiating prescription peace. August 29, 2003
Sager, Alan Overburdened? September 10, 2004
Saint-Hilaire, Marie New treatment for Parkinson's and Huntington's shows promise. August 28, 1998
Saitz, Richard Physicians can have key role in helping to deal with substance abuse. May 1, 1998
Alcohol-abuse tool proven effective for Latinos. April 30, 1999
Needful treatments. May 12, 2000
Saleh, Bahaa Spooky vision. December 7, 2001
Quantum leap. September 5, 2003
Saleh, Bahaa Ultrasecure. September 24, 2004
Saltzman, Elliot It's all in the timing . February 2, 2001
Samet, Jeffrey Massachusetts teens don't seek HIV testing. October 10, 1997
Recognizing signs of alcohol abuse and recovery. October 23, 1998
Wider HIV testing beneficial. October 15, 1999
Risky Business. January 12, 2001
Postponing the inevitable. February 9, 2001
Crash landing. February 15, 2002
Samet, Jeffrey H. Missing the boat. April 16, 2004
Samons, Loren J. Cradle of democracy? January 25, 2002
Santini, Donald One for the money. March 13, 1998
Schickedanz, Judith Understanding how we learn. October 10, 1997
Schilling, Melissa Uncovering why great technologies never were. May 1, 1998
Schneider, Annemarie Mapping cities. January 16, 2004
Schotland, Judith A leap forward in spinal cord research. January 9, 1998
Schubert, E. Fred Let there be LED. February 18, 2000
Schwartz, Pamela Strategic warfare in the battle against cancer. April 20, 2001
Sebastiani, Paola Saving brain cells. April 22, 2005
Seitz, Aaron Hidden Persuaders, revisited. March 28, 2003
Semeter, Joshua Miniaturized magnetometers. February 18, 2005
Sergienko, Alexander Spooky vision. December 7, 2001
Quantum leap. September 5, 2003
Sergienko, Alexander Ultrasecure. September 24, 2004
Seshadri, Sudha High pressure today; high risk tomorrow. February 18, 2000
Shemin, Richard Heart-smart surgery. March 19, 1999
Shenkin, Jonathan Smile, itís breakfast time. February 13, 2004
Sherman, Michael Repeating problems. March 25, 2005
Shinn-Cunningham, Barbara Learning the vibe. March 9, 2001
Shwartz, Michael Needful treatments. May 12, 2000
Shwartz, Michael If you build it will they come? April 16, 2004
Siegel, Michael Smoke-free bars make business -- and health -- sense. December 5, 1997
Teen mags assure tobacco's lure. January 7, 2000
Silbershatz, Halit Want to live? Exercise. December 10, 1999
Simon, Jonathan AIDS business. February 14, 2003
Simpson, Carol Slip slidin' away. January 15, 1999
Siscoe, George Forecast: solar storms with increasing radiation. January 7, 2000
Sivan, Ehud Discriminating odors. January 21, 2005
Skibinsky, Anna A new state of liquid matter. February 9, 2001
Skolnik, Paul R. Double duty. September 27, 2002
Smith, Cassandra Genetic surprise. December 11, 1998
Smith, Lauren Welfare reform that hurts. October 1, 1999
Smith, Cassandra If the shoe fits . . . February 2, 2001
Smith, Cassandra Handle with care. March 21, 2003
Smith, Lauren It takes your breath away. February 13, 2004
Smith-Doerr, Laurel Womenís work. November 5, 2004
Socolar, Deborah More care, less money. December 13, 2002
Negotiating prescription peace. August 29, 2003
Socolar, Deborah Overburdened? September 10, 2004
Sommers-Smith, Sally Musical Myths. January 26, 2001
Sonenshein, Gail Cell death is a part of life. February 20, 1998
Tea time. August 1, 2001
Cancer connection. November 9, 2001
Sorenson, Lisa Global warming isn't for the birds. October 30, 1998
Sorenson, Michael Collaborate, investigate, evaluate. April 7, 2000
Sorenson, Michael Love songs. September 5, 2003
Sorenson, Michael How cuckoo is that? April 29, 2005
Spence, Harlan Surfís up. September 19, 2003
Spence, Harlan Prehistoric space weather. October 8, 2004
Spiro III, Avron Hostility hurts. December 6, 2002
Spiro III, Avron Leading to impairment. February 11, 2005
Sproull, Lee Bad news? Say it with a keyboard. July 16, 1999
Stanley, H. Eugene Understanding Alzheimer's. September 12, 1997
Stanley, Eugene "Econophysics" isn't a discount gym. October 23, 1998
Stanley, Gene The business of academic research. August 13, 1999
Stanley, H. Eugene Taking the lung view. November 19, 1999
Itís cool ó super-cool. September 1, 2000
Stanley, H. Eugene A new state of liquid matter. February 9, 2001
Stanley, H. Eugene Apparent disorder. September 13, 2002
Stanley, H. Eugene Buying, selling, or sitting tight. January 17, 2003
Stanley, Eugene Clearing bottlenecks. February 20, 2004
Stanley, Eugene Keeping it straight. January 14, 2005
Stanley, Eugene Catnapping. January 14, 2005
Stanley, Gene Water wisdom and Widom December 6, 2005
Starobinski, David Breaking barriers. September 6, 2002
Starobinski, David Infrastructure for the really big picture. November 12, 2004
Steinberg, Martin H. Old drug saves lives. April 11, 2003
Steinberg, Martin Saving brain cells. April 22, 2005
Stern, Chantal Watching memory work. November 22, 2002
Stern, Chantal Thanks for the memory. February 27, 2004
Stone, James A mass-ive new understanding. September 3, 2004
Storck, Lauren Helping the helpers. November 15, 2002
Storck, John Helping the helpers. November 15, 2002
Straub, John Leaping tall buildings in a single bound. February 6, 2004
Suki, Bela Mechanical failure. January 11, 2002
Suki, Bela It takes your breath away January 3, 2006
Swan, Anna Looking closely. May 31, 2002
Swan, Anna Assessing tiny building blocks. February 18, 2005
Szustakowski, Joseph Too close for comfort? February 23, 2001

*Only faculty members that have appeared in Research Briefs are listed above.

"Research Briefs" is written by Joan Schwartz in the Office of the Provost. To read more about BU research, visit http://www.bu.edu/research.

       

19 May 2003
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