Boston University behavioral scientist Nina Mazar analyzes different types of public health messaging that could lead to increased vaccination rates, including for COVID-19, in underserved communities in the United States.
Boston University researchers caution against the use of telemedicine for voice and speech therapy. They say that many popular teleconferencing platforms such as Zoom and Webex use audio enhancements that can impact voice evaluations.
BU scientists are investigating how environmental molecules can be used to engineer “designer” microbiomes for combating disease, pollution, and more
BU researcher Leanne Yinusa-Nyahkoon is working on a digital health tool that provides healthcare support earlier—even before conception
A collaborative study has found that there are some bacteria so foreign to humans that our immune cells can’t register that they exist, overriding the long-held belief of universal immunity, or that our cells can recognize any bacteria they interact with.
Multipronged BU research team finds 18 FDA-approved drugs that could halt coronavirus infection earlier
Researchers say number of pandemic-related deaths is actually 36 percent higher than reported; disadvantaged communities hit even harder than thought
BU researchers say human activities and climate change are increasing the spread of illness
New nanotechnology tested at BU’s NEIDL stops SARS-CoV-2 from infecting cells and replicating
According to new research, the failure to protect tropical rain forests has cost trillions of dollars stemming from the coronavirus pandemic, which has wreaked economic havoc and caused historic levels of unemployment in the United States and around the world.