This method is more efficient and economical compared with other procedures.
Findings suggest that a continuous pattern of stressor exposure from childhood to midlife may act as a precursor to reduced lifespan.
Change in the CAUTI definition likely led to artificial inflation of hospitals’ performance scores unrelated to changes in patient safety.
Research suggests that more optimistic people may be able to better regulate emotions and behavior, and bounce back from stressors and difficulties more effectively
Lewina Lee, PhD, Awarded NIH Grant to Study Adverse Childhood Experiences, Later Life Health Outcomes
The assistant professor of psychiatry received a five-year, $3.5M, R01 grant to establish the Boston Early Adversity and Mortality Study (BEAMS).
The Summer Training as Research Scholars (STaRS) program concluded its 10-week research experience with a symposium in Hiebert Lounge.
“Now it’s time to evaluate how these treatments effect those with darker skin,” says corresponding author Neelam Vashi, MD.
According to the authors, the harm these therapies cause is well-documented, including higher rates of depression, suicidal thoughts and suicide attempts.
Researchers reveal that biological mechanisms linking years of playing football to white matter injury, might contribute to dementia in people with CTE.
Dr. Long will use the $495,000 award to further her research on hepatic fibrosis in Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD).