Two veterans turned Boston University researchers are studying PTSD to find better treatments for their former comrades.
After studying the brains of more than 150 contact sports participants—mostly football, soccer, and ice hockey—who had died under age 30, more than 40 percent of them showed signs of the degenerative brain disease, including the first American woman soccer player to be diagnosed.
One way to stand up for former service personnel is to advocate for more affordable housing, says BU researcher.
As Special Assistant to the President for Veterans Affairs, Terri Tanielian (CAS’90) is working to support former military service members and their families.
MED researchers create network with Walmart Foundation grant Tara Galovski (left) and Amy Street, MED associate professors of psychiatry, are using a grant from the Walmart Foundation to create the Women Veterans Network to help female vets more successfully reintegrate into civilian life. Photo by Jackie Ricciardi. Women make up 15 percent of US active […]
Cited for “exceptional achievement” in improving quality of health care for veterans Dan Berlowitz, a professor of health policy and management at Boston University’s School of Public Health (SPH), has been named the recipient of the US Department of Veterans Affair’s 2015 Under Secretary’s Award for Outstanding Achievement in Health Services Research. The award is […]
Lauds criminal justice, computer information systems, business programs Overseas postings make MET’s online programs especially convenient for soldiers. Photo by Vernon Doucette. Three Metropolitan College online master’s programs for military veterans have just been crowned among the nation’s best in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings. MET’s Criminal Justice program tied for second place with […]