News Archives

  • VTDigger

    December 2nd, 2019

    Joanne Belviso Puckett: Veterans Share Legacy through ‘My Life, My Story’ — mentions Dean Sandro Galea

  • Gulf War Veterans Still Suffer from Toxic Wounds

    Two soldiers stand in front of a burning oilfield in Kuwait during Operation Desert Storm.

    November 13th, 2019

    Kimberly Sullivan is devoted to understanding veterans’ illnesses caused by chemical exposure during the Gulf War—and finding treatments.

  • The Brink

    November 13th, 2019

    At BU and Beyond, Many Gulf War Veterans Still Suffer from Toxic Wounds – quotes Kimberly Sullivan, research assistant professor of environmental health 

  • Mirage News

    November 12th, 2019

    At BU and Beyond, Many Gulf War Veterans Still Suffer from Toxic Wounds — quotes Kimberly Sullivan, research assistant professor of environmental health 

  • Professor Makes Netflix Debut on Diagnosis

    Willie and Sandra Reyes (left) talking to David Winnett, another veteran with Gulf War Illness. Courtesy of Netflix.

    August 27th, 2019

    On the new series Diagnosis, Kimberly Sullivan shares Gulf War Illness expertise to help solve a medical mystery.

  • MEAWW

    August 20th, 2019

    ‘Diagnosis’: Gulf War Veteran’s Memory Loss and Extreme Mood Swings Baffle Doctors As They Struggle to Find the Cause of His Mystery Illness — quotes Kimberly Sullivan, research assistant professor of environmental health

  • Corvallis Gazette-Times

    July 11th, 2019

    Think Too Much: Study Probes Mental Effects from Combat among Aging Veterans — mentions Avron Spiro, research professor of epidemiology

  • Science Daily

    July 3rd, 2019

    Combat Veterans More Likely to Experience Mental Health Issues in Later Life — mentions Avron Spiro, research professor of epidemiology

  • News-Medical

    July 3rd, 2019

    Combat Veterans More Likely to Exhibit Signs of Depression, Anxiety in Later Life — mentions Avron Spiro, research professor of epidemiology

  • KTVZ

    July 3rd, 2019

    Study: Combat Vets More Likely to Have Later Mental Health Issues — mentions Avron Spiro, research professor of epidemiology