Christina Lee calls substance use treatment a social justice issue and is helping healthcare providers see the connection between discrimination and drinking
The unconventional way mosquitoes process odors could help explain why they are so good at finding humans to bite
Intellectual property scholar Jessica Silbey argues laws haven’t kept pace with the digital era and are enriching individuals and corporations at the expense of society, equality, and innovation
BU School of Public Health researchers are mapping traffic congestion, air quality, and health fallout from the monthlong suspension of busy MBTA subway line
Researchers at BU develop a safety system for edited T cells, called VIPER CAR-T cells, that could make cancer treatment safer and more effective
BU researchers share how retiring president shaped their work and careers, as well as the University’s standing on the national stage
The Framingham Heart Study was awarded $25 million to continue the study’s research around identifying common factors and characteristics that contribute to cardiovascular disease.
The National Institutes of Health awards $3.8 million to a cross-disciplinary research team led by an associate professor at BU’s School of Public Health that evaluates olfactory pathways linking air pollution exposure to dementia risk.
The National Institutes of Health award $3.5 million to an interdisciplinary BU research team working on developing a strategy for accelerating the pace of gene discovery for complex traits, such as drug addiction.view all
? 7 BU faculty are members of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
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