Racism, Sexism, and the Crisis of Black Women’s Health

For nearly 30 years, Boston University has led the largest and longest-running study of Black women’s health, shining a light on tragic disparities and showing women their lives matter.

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Going Big: Strategies for Securing Large-Scale Federal Awards

Federal Relations and the Office of Research held a workshop on strategies for securing large-scale federal awards on November 2, 2020. Are you interested in building towards a center-scale research award but unsure how to get started? Lewis-Burke Associates LLC, a federal lobbying and consulting firm in Washington, DC, discussed strategies for researchers to ramp […]

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Your Race May Factor in Which ER an Ambulance Takes You To

BU researchers also find that, regardless of race, 40 percent of patients transported by EMS are not brought to the nearest hospital Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine have discovered large differences between the emergency department and hospital destinations of black and Hispanic patients transported by EMS in comparison with their white counterparts. Photo […]

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