News Category: Biostatistics and Epidemiology Data Analytics Center
Negative cognitive effects seen in those who have alcohol or other drug use disorders.
Use of Sedating Medications Contributes to Overdose Risk in People with HIV and Substance Dependence
People living with HIV are at increased risk of multiple drug prescribing to treat HIV and other health conditions.
Only only way to definitively diagnose CTE is through brain autopsy, which makes it “extraordinarily challenging.”
Tobacco use associated with less optimal executive functioning in the classroom, particularly impacting behavior regulation.
Researchers find cognitive decrements recurring theme in 25 separate neuropsychological tests administered to Gulf War veterans.
Research: Hunger Hurts Kids’ Long-Term Health — quotes Stephanie Ettinger de Cuba, alumna, student, and Data Coordinating Center project director
Team receives $1.275 million from Massachusetts Health Policy Commission.
Type 2 diabetes
About half of gene variants identified in whites are shared by African Americans; others are unique.
Biostatistics and Epidemiology Data Analytics Center
Data Coordinating Center has moved to ninth floor of Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller Mental Health Center building.
Kristian Clausen receives BU Graduate Outstanding Service Award, while faculty and staff are honored for service milestones.