Leontine Alkema and Laura Vandenberg are among the UMass Amherst researchers who have been recognized as among the world's most highly cited researchers in 2023
Kinesiology students are seeking community members with chronic diseases or disabilities to participate in exercise sessions for a class project.
An industry-academic collaboration being led by kinesiology alumni Michael Busa '15PhD and Jen Blankenship '10, '13MS, '17PhD is featured in a new UMass story.
A new UMass Amherst research feature titled "Food Is Medicine" highlights the work being conducted across multiple disciplines on campus.
Researchers from the New Moms Wellness Study continue to seek breastfeeding mothers to participate in a study.
SPHHS researchers comment in multiple media outlets on health-related topics.
Highschoolers who perceive that family or friends use marijuana were much more likely to use marijuana themselves – but no more so after cannabis was legalized.
Sasha Adkins, senior lecturer in environmental health sciences, has been named the 2023-24 iCons Teaching Fellow.
The Healthy Hearing Lab is seeking adults age 40 years and older for a hearing study of how aging affects speech understanding in noisy backgrounds.
Jamie Hartmann-Boyce will be co-leading the Policy Analysis and Dissemination Core of the Center for the Assessment of Tobacco Regulations (CAsToR).
Doctoral students Shivangi Bajpai and Barbara Mottey have been awarded fellowships from the American Association of University Women (AAUW).