Mamo to Examine Communication Challenges and Barriers to Hearing Care for Older Bilingual Latinx Adults
Sara Mamo has received a 3-year, $584,000 NIH grant to examine communication challenges and barriers to hearing care faced by older, bilingual Latinx adults.
Researchers Awarded Massachusetts Community Health and Healthy Aging Funds Grant to Support Older Bhutanese Adults
Kalpana Poudel-Tandukar and Krishna Poudel have received a $199,651 grant to implement a healthy aging intervention for older Bhutanese adults.
Dr. Lucy D’Agostino McGowan will deliver a talk titled “Practical principles for data analysis design.”
The national uninsurance rate for adults under age 65 with schizophrenia decreased by 50% after the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2014.
Dr. Kelli Ryckman will deliver a talk titled “Identifying biomarkers predictive of gestational age and neonatal morbidity.”
Dr. Rita Hamad will deliver a talk titled “The effects of the 2021 expanded Child Tax Credit on disparities in mental health: a quasi-experimental study.”
Dr. Ruth-Gaelle St Fleur will deliver a talk titled “Phenotyping children and adolescents with obesity using behavioral, psychological, and familial data.”
Andrianopoulos received the $1.25 million training grant from the US Department of Education to support Project iPREP.
A majority of office visits for preventive services among reproductive-age women happened with OB-GYNs, a new study led by Laura Attanasio shows.
The evidence-based health benefits of walking continue to accumulate, according to ongoing research by Assistant Professor of Kinesiology Amanda Paluch.
Spracklen received a 3-year award from the American Diabetes Association to examine how the interaction of genetic traits may influence type 2 diabetes risk.