Using MRI data and biomarkers, he will examine patterns of white matter alterations in former NFL players.
Thirty-nine internal medicine residents from BMC participated in a post-hospital discharge home visit to older patients, where they were able to review their discharge plan and determine its effectiveness.
The use of creams to lighten skin is widespread and widely studied, but information about the use of these creams in the U.S. is sparse.
Anita Knopov BUSM’19 is the lead author of a study published in the Journal of the National Medical Association.
This will help researchers understand and possibly design new treatments to better cure colon cancer and help patients live longer.
BUSM researchers sought to identify recent studies that evaluated air pollution exposures and these gynecologic diseases: infertility, menstrual irregularity, uterine fibroids and endometriosis; but stressed that findings be further explored.
Noyan Gokce, MD, will use the four-year, R01 grant to characterize the relationship between obesity, adipose tissue dysfunction, insulin resistance, and how these processes cause vascular disease.
Researchers from BUSM reviewed existing literature related to physicians’ interactions with victims of IPV and found that a Batterer Intervention Program should be the primary intervention.
“It is important to incorporate cultural competency…into the every-day practice of medicine,” explains Neelam Vashi, MD.
The findings have implications for the treatment of hypertension.