Education Can Narrow Racial Disparities in Alzheimer’s
Differences in years of education account for much of gap between Alzheimer’s rates in black and white seniors.
Researchers Issue Guidelines on Handling Holocaust Remains
Michael Grodin part of international team of scholars offering procedures for dealing with human remains found in Europe.
Researcher Awarded NIH Grant to Study Autism Early Intervention
Emily Feinberg leads Boston Medical Center team in first-of-its-kind study helping parents improve outcomes for their children.
Immediate ART Treatment Improves Retention Rates
Beginning antiretroviral therapy immediately following HIV diagnosis dramatically improves patient retention in clinical HIV care.
Preventing Sexual Harassment and Assault: A Public Health Imperative
Systemic gender inequities have allowed sexual harassment and assault to proliferate widely. Some thoughts on how we can help mitigate this crisis, by promoting the core values of public health.
Professor Honored by American College of Physicians
Jeffrey Samet receives Rosenthal Family Foundation award for work in addiction medicine.