Whether it’s providing a source for fresh fruits and vegetables, encouraging physical activity in school-aged children, or expanding access to HIV and Hepatitis C testing, the ultimate goal ...On December 1, 2016 / By Laura Kallio Joyce, P'22
The statistics are startling. In 2014, 239 people in RI lost their lives to overdose, more than the number of homicides, motor vehicle deaths, and suicides combined. The ...On January 22, 2016 / By Laura Kallio Joyce, P'22
Tara White, PhD Assistant Professor of Behavioral and Social Sciences Everyday experience and psychological studies alike tell us that there are two different types of extroverts: The gregarious ...On April 30, 2015 / By David Orenstein
Joseph Hogan, ScD Professor of Biostatistics HIV can be treated, but not every infection responds the same way. Treatment requires monitoring and testing, a practice that can become ...On April 6, 2015 / By David Orenstein
Simin Liu, MD, MPH Professor of Epidemiology, Professor of Medicine The work of Dr. Simin Liu, professor of epidemiology and medicine at Brown University, focuses on understanding the deep ...On April 6, 2015 / By David Orenstein
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