Game Theory and the Greater Good
Why do populations sometimes act against their own interests, opposing measures that could improve the health of all? The world of game theory provides a potential answer.
2017 December graduate reception
Scenes from the 2017 December Graduate Reception
School of Public Health December graduates celebrated their achievements at a reception to recognize their hard work and to acknowledge the support of family and friends.
‘You See 999—Maxing Out the Air Pollution Monitors’
Kevin Lane (SPH’14) discusses ongoing smog crisis in Delhi, his recent trip to collaborate with and train air pollution researchers in India, and trade-offs India will need to make.
Studying Mental Health in Zanzibar
Supported by language-learning fellowship from BU African Studies Center, student Damilola Iyiola finds infrastructure, not cultural views, to be greatest barrier to care.
Education Can Narrow Racial Disparities in Alzheimer’s
Differences in years of education account for much of gap between Alzheimer’s rates in black and white seniors.
Researchers Issue Guidelines on Handling Holocaust Remains
Michael Grodin part of international team of scholars offering procedures for dealing with human remains found in Europe.