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16 Nov

Bouvé faculty members honored by the Physician Assistant Education Association

Congratulations to Northeastern University faculty Trenton Honda and Carey Barry for their honors at the 2022 Physician Assistant Education Association Faculty and Staff Awards!

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10 Nov

Stroke survivor empowered by Fetterman, but Northeastern expert says campaign missed opportunity to raise awareness

Northeastern expert Erin Meier speaks about one of the most common consequences of strokes, aphasia, why she thinks Pennsylvania Senator-elect John Fetterman has it, and how a person can have a stroke and return to a challenging job.

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14 Oct

Roux Institute researcher to capture real-time data from ICU monitors for better patient outcomes

Could big data help predict which patients might be susceptible to infections that could lead to potentially deadly sepsis? 

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14 Jul

BCORe research administrators obtain Certified Research Administration certification

Congratulations to our two BCORe research administrators, Michelle Rose and Rosemary Rose, who recently obtained their certification as a CRA, a Certified Research Administration. 

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30 Jun

Are differences in learning patterns related to language development? Northeastern researchers are cracking the code

Do autistic children develop language skills differently from their neurotypical peers?

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27 Jun

Veritone Acquires Artificial Intelligence Voice Creator VocaliD

VocaliD will enhance Veritone’s existing synthetic voice offerings for commercial enterprise including brands, podcasters, broadcasters, studios, publishers and corporations.

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17 Jun

A novel gene therapy approach for combating opioid use disorder

Among the most persistent issues that plagues our society is the ongoing opioid epidemic.

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16 Jun

Can AI provide early detection of delirium in patients with dementia? Bouvé researchers to study

Can artificial intelligence, such as home health monitoring devices and wearables, detect acute illness in older persons with dementia before the illness clinically manifests?

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19 Apr

Northeastern University, Copernicus Therapeutics, Inc. awarded $14.7 million NIDA/NIH grant to develop a gene therapy approach for treating opioid use disorder

Dr. Barbara Waszczak, Professor of Pharmacology at Northeastern University's Bouvé College of Health Sciences, is the Principal Investigator and Project Director for the grant.

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10 Feb

Dr. Kristen Allison awarded funding for pediatric speech research

Dr. Kristen Allison has been awarded her Early Career Research R21 grant from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD). The grant provides $300,000 in funding for three years for her project “Enhancing Efficacy of Speech Modification Strategies for Pediatric Dysarthria.” Dr. Allison is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication […]

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