Latest Healthy Minds Network study also highlights how colleges and universities can help reduce risk and support students
Climate leaders from Boston University and around the country briefed Congressional staff on how they are working to train the next generation for careers solving the climate crisis
More than half of women in India are anemic—Hagere Yilma helped build a transformative public health intervention to boost their iron levels and their health
Child clinical psychologist Jennifer Greif Green on helping kids and educators deal with the trauma of another mass shooting
The country’s history with smallpox vaccination might help, but it’s not yet a cause for alarm, says NEIDL virologist
Experts have made breakthroughs on diagnosing CTE in the living, and in studying the impact of college football on the brain, pro football’s link to ALS, and the risk of additional years of playing ice hockey
The American Heart Association awards a research team at BU School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center $2.7 million to open a new center to study why some cancer patients develop cardiovascular issues after treatment.
The National Institutes of Health awards $2.8 million to a BU professor of Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences and Biomedical Engineering to study how testosterone therapy changes the voices of transgender men.
The US Department of Defense awards a $2.3 million, three-year grant to the College of Engineering to run outreach programs that provide underserved high school students with access to pioneering biotechnology companies and an introduction to synthetic biology.
The Russell Sage Foundation awards $150,000 to a BU-led research team to study how the pandemic is changing workplace flexibility and the gender pay gap.view all
? 7 BU faculty are members of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
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