Learn about BU projects that use big data to tackle medical problems by utilizing the multidisciplinary expertise of the University—matching public health experts with computer science people, or electrical engineers with medical doctors.
The findings are important because of an increasingly large aging population that drives and is at risk of motor vehicle crashes.
The new $21.4 million RURAL study will examine rural, southern US communities to find out why people there have more disease, shorter lives.
Blocking a specific protein may be a promising strategy to prevent the spread of castration-resistant prostate cancer.
New study highlights the substantial effect that condition has on quality of life.
SAA plays several previously unknown roles in lipid transport necessary in cleaning up cell debris from the sites of injury.
Findings demonstrate how continued preventive efforts need to be made to reduce the occurrence of stroke among middle-aged adults
Clinician or patient barriers beyond insurance may drive underuse of these medications for Veterans and the general population. These findings appear online in the journal Obesity.
This study identified how the abnormalities associated with alcoholism in brain regions differed for men and women, and could lead to gender-specific treatment.
Funding will develop new brain imaging techniques to better understand neurodegenerative diseases.