In Conversation With
‘I Don’t See Demand Slowing Down’
Lisa Sullivan on new edition of her book, growing demand for biostatisticians, and helping students stop fearing math.
Reassuring Data Found on ART Outcomes
Women treated with assisted reproductive technology (ART) were likely to have non-assisted ART pregnancies at rates similar to non-delivery hospitalizations.
In the Field in Zambia: ‘I Want to Do Your Story Justice’
[VIDEO] Student Kalpita Patel visits maternal waiting homes to help promote MAHMAZ project combating maternal mortality.
Psychological Distress Among Slaughterhouse Workers Warrants Further Study
Workers in industrial slaughterhouse experienced higher prevalence of serious psychological distress compared to population-wide rates.
The US Opioid Epidemic
Overdose deaths have increased six-fold in the US since 1980. A Note about the ongoing opioid epidemic.
Professor Receives Education Innovation Award
Megan Healey honored at John McCahan Medical Campus Education Day on May 31.