The Brown University School of Public Health will feature the urgency and importance of population health scholarship with the premiere of a documentary on the opioid crisis, a broad-ranging research exposition and a lecture on gun violence.
The 16th installment of the student-run film festival will run from April 10 to April 16 and feature a women composers panel, a focus on virtual reality in film and a slate of undergraduate and graduate films.
With support from the Richard A. and Susan P. Friedman Family Foundation, the University will launch a comprehensive renovation to create new classrooms, add social spaces and make the building fully accessible.
Brown and 30 other universities argue in a March 31 amicus brief that the revised executive order on immigration threatens the institutions’ ability to fulfill their educational missions by attracting talented students and scholars from across the globe.
Brown President Christina Paxson visited CNBC’s studio in Hong Kong for a segment on the impact of U.S. trade and immigration policies on American universities’ ability to fulfill their educational missions.
With the investigational BrainGate brain-computer interface and implanted muscle-stimulating electrodes, a man paralyzed from the shoulders down was able to use his arm and hand to eat, drink and perform other activities, according to new research in The Lancet.
Less than a third of men in a large national survey reported talking with their doctor about both the pros and cons of the PSA blood test for prostate cancer, and the likelihood has decreased further since a national panel recommended against the test.