A new wide-scale research initiative will allow University faculty members and medical professionals to investigate quality and efficacy medical care.
Science & Research
A professor of biology and gender studies, Anne Fausto-Sterling will retire this June after 44 years at Brown.
Though effectively vaccinating HIV patients against other viruses can be difficult due to their weakened immune systems, the HPV vaccine shows promise.
Visiting Assistant Professor of History Thomas Jundt published a book this month that contests popular beliefs about the origins of environmentalism.
The legalization of medical marijuana does not lead to an increase in use of the substance by adolescents, according to a study published this month.
Most students see apples, pretzels and squash as typical items on Sharpe Refectory menus, but others see them as parts of cars.
Researchers and students all over the world can now access thousands of U.S. State Department documents about Brazil at the click of a button.
Today’s epidemic of addiction to opioid drugs bears a striking likeness to the early years of the HIV/AIDS epidemic, according to a recent report.
“People like to build rules, even when rules don’t necessarily apply,” said James Cavanagh, former postdoc. fellow at Brown and assistant prof. at the UNM.
In a paper published in the American Journal of Public Health, Amy Nunn argues HIV should be tackled through a “geographic lens.”