Professor Tongzhang Zheng digs deeper into disease etiology.
A study led by Professor Joseph Braun found that inexpensive, easy-to-assemble Corsi-Rosenthal boxes effectively filter out indoor air pollutants.
Brown researchers are exploring the factors that influence cannabis use in a groundbreaking study funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
For much of the 20th century, Americans lived without a health care safety net. Many, particularly the elderly and vulnerable, had no health insurance. They paid out of pocket for care, and when care became too costly, they struggled, fell ill, and often died. For millions of Americans, the value of care was determined by the contents of their bank account.
Brown researcher receives NIA grant to study migration patterns and health care
With over $3.5M in support from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Brown investigators hope to identify best practices for navigating Medicaid policies and ultimately improve patient and population health.
The Brown University Graduate School’s annual live TED Talk-style event brings together diverse graduate student researchers for short talks on why their research matters.
Lacking federal guidelines, health care professionals in state-regulated facilities determine dosing for seniors with dementia, greatly impacting the care residents receive.
We sat down with doctoral candidate Patrick Kelly to discuss the needs of marginalized Americans who seek care on the periphery of our formal health care system.
In the age of targeted ads, wearable technology, and social media, data gathering is often at odds with the right to protect one’s privacy. But what if this data could predict the next pandemic?