‘Using Your Voices to Ask Why’
At a Conversation on Race and Policing on June 3, members of the SPH and wider BU community shared their experiences, fears, frustrations, and hopes, as well as resources for support and action.
‘COVID-19 Is Beyond the Responsibility of the Health System’
At the last Coronavirus Seminar, health and science experts from around the world discussed the successes and failures of their countries’ responses to the pandemic.
Community Health Centers Face Telehealth Hurdles
To ensure health care access and equity during and after COVID-19, centers need permanent all-payer parity for telehealth reimbursement and telehealth support tailored to vulnerable populations.
Translational Research Hub at BU Gets $38.3 Million Renewal from NIH
Richard Saitz is co-principal investigator for the Clinical and Translational Science Institute’s renewal grant, which aids junior investigators and bench-to-bedside research, including new coronavirus studies.
Who Can Stay Home in a Pandemic?
NYC subway ridership patterns illustrate how race, class, and essential work affect the spread of COVID-19 in communities.
Fatal Police Violence Is Structural, Not Just ‘Bad Apples’
Residential segregation plays a key role in who police use deadly force against, pointing to the need to change not just how officers interact with black individuals, but with black neighborhoods.