SPHHS faculty-led, community-based programs integrate produce prescriptions (PRx) into healthcare practice to encourage healthier lifestyle choices.
Children Ages 13-17 Needed for National Study on Relationship Between Language and Cognition in Language Disorders
Four groups of children are being recruited by Jill Hoover for a study to better understand language and cognition in childhood language disorders.
UMass Amherst-UT Austin Team Awarded $27.5 Million by CDC to Help Establish Nation’s First Disease Outbreak Response Network
A UMass Amherst-UT Austin team is among 13 institutional partners chosen by the CDC to establish the first outbreak response and disease modeling network.
Members of the Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences department attended a pair of community events aimed at introducing youth to careers in the field.
Nicotine E-Cigarettes, Prescription Drugs and Dual Nicotine Replacement Therapy Identified as Most Effective Stop-Smoking Aids
Nicotine e-cigarettes and two prescription medications that curb symptoms of withdrawal are the most effective stop-smoking aids according to a new study.
Researchers seek participants for a study examining the transportation experiences of Black pregnant women in Western Massachusetts during prenatal care.
Researchers seek youth participants for a research study on disparities in school-based discipline related to cannabis use.
Katherine Reeves will explore how women’s breast tissue is affected by exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl (PFAS) substances through a new two-year NIH grant.
Soonkyu Chung, Ken Kleinman, and Jacquie Kurland are among the 32 UMass Amherst faculty members selected to the STRIDE Faculty Fellowship Program.
Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences faculty Sara Mamo and Lisa Sommers presented their research at the 6th World Parkinson Congress held in Barcelona, Spain.