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Thinking Like A Statistician

January 27, 2022

Neurological complications, and specifically toxic-metabolic encephalopathy (TME), are common among hospitalized COVID-19 patients, and cognitive symptoms persist in many. One hypothesis is that

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Another Year for the Books!

December 17, 2021

Dean Cheryl Healton provides a small snapshot in time of the impressive achievements and noteworthy milestones at GPH in 2021.
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2021 Year in Review

December 17, 2021

To mark the end of another successful year, we have collected a list of featured research, grants, program developments, and top events.
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Omicron: Double-Down on Prevention

December 10, 2021

Source: USA Today

 

The holidays are upon us and we’re looking forward to NYU’s winter break. Thoughts turn to parties and special events, and traveling to visit family and friends. But a new

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Jump-starting Behavioral Change

December 2, 2021

Dr. Linda Collins discusses jump-starting improvements to health by optimizing individual components of behavioral change strategies.
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What's Cooking in the U.S.?

November 19, 2021

Dr. Filippa Juul's research finds that Americans are eating more ultra-processed foods, risking obesity and cardiovascular disease. In this piece, she uncovers what should be done about it.
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The Burden of Court Fees for DWIs

November 12, 2021

GPH researchers discuss how court-imposed fees for DWI and other traffic stops have become a revenue source for state and county court systems – and the inequities those fees produce.
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A Breakthrough in Xenotransplantation

November 5, 2021

Dr. Stephanie Beardman discusses the bioethical implications of the first successful transplantation of a genetically modified pig kidney into a human body.
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Turning the Tide on Malaria Control

October 22, 2021

On October 6th, the World Health Organization (WHO) endorsed the world’s first malaria vaccine -- an historic achievement. This long-awaited vaccine, under development since 1987, also happens to be

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So Essential But Burdened: Hispanic Communities & COVID-19

October 15, 2021

As Hispanic Heritage Month comes to a close, Vice Dean Ana Abraído-Lanza discusses the impact of COVID-19 on the Latino community, and how to advocate for better health and policies.
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