There is little data on the severity of disease among people living with AD currently available.
These findings will facilitate virology studies that impact human health.
Women living in states in which in DBNs are mandated had higher rates of being informed about personal breast density and of having had breast density discussions with providers, though rates were low overall.
New study evaluates the efficacy of a prototype device that can be used during common otolaryngologic procedures that generate significant aerosols and droplets.
Awareness of these issues may promote ovarian conserving surgery.
Opportunities exist for rigorous quality and safety educational initiatives.
Obesity is associated with poor COVID-19 outcomes but a new study suggests this is not due to increased inflammation, but instead may be driven by respiratory issues or other factors.
This BUSM Center has revolutionized brain imaging and greatly enhanced neurotrauma research with new state-of-the-art equipment.
First study to examine the degree to which bullying and harassment is associated with weapon carrying among sexual minority youth.
The award will fund research into the role of b-catenin/CBP signaling in the epigenetic regulation of cellular plasticity in head and neck cancer progression.