Research Aims to Expand Understanding of Link Between Chronic Stress and Heart Disease Among Other Age-Related Conditions
Susan Hankinson has been awarded a five-year, $4 million NIH grant renewal to examine the relationship between chronic stress and risks of heart disease.
SPHHS Announces 2023 Health Innovators Challenge Winners
The SPHHS announced the winners of its inaugural Health Innovators Challenge on March 8, 2023, in the Life Sciences Laboratory conference room.
Jeung Receives NIHCM Grant to Increase Access to Postpartum Mental Health Care via Telehealth
Postdoctoral associate Chanup Jeung has received an NIHCM grant to assess the potential of telehealth to enhance access to postpartum mental health.
In the Media: News Roundup (January 27, 2023)
SPHHS researchers comment in multiple media outlets on health-related topics.
ASPPH COVID-19 Storytelling Project: How the SPHHS and Academic Public Health Made an Impact
The ASPPH launched the ASPPH COVID-19 Storytelling Project: How Schools and Programs Made an Impact During the Pandemic to detail the work of its members.
Research Finds More Adults with Schizophrenia Have Health Insurance Post-Obamacare
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.
Majority of Reproductive-age Women Receive Preventive Health Care from OB-GYNs
A majority of office visits for preventive services among reproductive-age women happened with OB-GYNs, a new study led by Laura Attanasio shows.
Study Examines How Insurance Transitions During Perinatal Period May Affect Maternal and Baby Health Outcomes
More than one-third of insured Massachusetts individuals changed insurance type during the perinatal period.
In the Media: News Roundup (November 25, 2022)
SPHHS researchers comment in various media outlets on a variety of health-related topics.
Ranchoff Selected for U.S. Policy Communication Training Program
Doctoral candidate Brittany Ranchoff has been invited to participate in the Population Reference Bureau’s U.S. Policy Communication Training Program.