Nina Gummadi aims to characterize mental health issues, as well as barriers to mental health care, in orphaned or abandoned children in India.
Sex and Race Disparities in Cardiovascular Health Could be Reduced Through Higher Referral Rates of Cardiac Rehabilitation
Researchers discovered that women and minorities are less likely to receive cardiac rehabilitation referrals compared to white males.
Researchers hope that early immune response may lead to diagnosis sooner.
Evaluation and Treatment of Depression May Reverse Memory and Cognitive Difficulties in Older Adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment
Researchers analyzed data from 6,763 individuals participating in longitudinal research studies at 34 Alzheimer’s Disease Centers across the U.S.
Can having a skin condition impact the quality of your life? Absolutely, claim BUSM researchers who have set out to find the best tool to measure the impact on patients.
Researchers from BUSM analyzed more than 17,000 men and 2,200 women who were admitted to the hospital after a firearm injury.
The discovery represents a major step toward identifying the atomic structure, which may provide a better understanding of how the central transport channel functions.
Melissa Chua recently published two papers and a review article based on work she completed as part of the Medical Student Summer Research Program.
The findings open up the possibility that other salivary proteins might exist and may protect against many other diseases, including infectious gastritis, food poisoning or even pneumonia.
This year’s annual Medical Student Research Symposium featured research posters by 49 students.