The retrospective study showed a strong correlation between higher 25-hydroxyvitamin D blood levels and lower SARS-CoV-2 positivity rates especially in patients who lived in predominantly African-Americans and Hispanic zip codes.
Are you back on campus and unsure of where to eat your lunch?
Using trauma-informed principles in telehealth visits may mitigate health impacts of COVID-19 while increasing engagement in care and opportunities for protective, healing connections.
New funding will support studies at BU’s NEIDL and beyond.
The MassCPR initiative will share more than $16.5M supporting 62 projects.
The Center for Regenerative Medicine (CReM) decided to share what they did so that other institutions could implement their own in-house testing.
The Washington Post ran an opinion piece coauthored by BUSM alumnus Steven Lee Berk, MD, (MED’75), about COVID-19 in nursing homes. Read it.
Michael Sherman, MD, MED’15, an emergency medicine/critical care fellow, thanks his wife, family and many others for their support.
MED ’02 graduates in emergency medicine, ENT, ophthalmology, orthopedic surgery, radiation oncology, and reconstructive urology share perspectives.
BU physician-scientist Joshua Barocas works on the front lines of the pandemic at Boston Medical Center.