Leaves BU after 38 years of service. “I loved every second of working with the students and trying my best to make sure they were happy here.”
Month: June 2022
The nomination states, “Licia is a role model who leads by example, especially for the diverse students in the department.”
The nomination states, “Dr. Bullitt is an exemplary citizen and a role model for young scientists, especially women.”
Findings may help explain why Alzheimer’s is more prevalent in women than men.
May provide alternative for reducing tumor growth and limiting treatment-related complications.
Medications should be coupled with physical therapy, exercise programs and treatment of the underlying degenerative disease process and medical illness.
Genetic Variant May Increase Risk for CTE Severity Among Older Individuals with Repetitive Head Impacts
APOEε4 plays a major role in determining CTE severity and having APOEε4 makes an individual 2.34 times more likely to develop a more severe form of CTE.
With millions of older adults projected to develop Alzheimer’s in the next few decades, researchers are creating novel systems for diagnosing the disease,
Researchers Examine the Infectious Periods in Vaccinated Individuals with SARS-CoV-2, Omicron and Delta Variants
A majority of young, vaccinated individuals unlikely to be infectious after 3 days
Medical Student Sweeps Awards at the International Association of Medical Science Educators Annual Meeting
It is the first time any student (or faculty) has ever won all three awards in all categories in the same year.