Advance Clinical and Translational Research (Advance-CTR), a statewide partnership established last year to support collaborative medical studies that build on basic research, has awarded its first two Pilot Project grants.
As a global public good, an economic engine and a vital source of evidence for policymaking, science will withstand the latest political onslaught, Brown President Christina Paxson said at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
During a celebration to kick off the 125th anniversary year of Family Service of Rhode Island, the agency’s CEO named Brown President Christina Paxson and the University as recipients of this year’s Brighter Futures award.
The 37th annual student exhibition, open to students from all disciplines, was juried by Leonie Bradbury, director of art and creative initiatives for Boston’s HUBweek, and Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez, an independent curator, artist and organizer.
Delivering on the promise of preventing HIV infections with antiretroviral medicines, or pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), requires thinking about PrEP as a nine-step continuum of preventive care, Brown researchers write in the journal AIDS.
The approved $1.061 operating budget includes $122.1 million for financial aid, a 4 percent tuition increase and a reduction in the endowment’s contribution, a move intended to support Brown’s long-term fiscal health.