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Paulo Lizano and Erik Velez Perez.

Summer Sessions: Embracing Diversity and Researching the Roots of Psychosis

August 8, 2023 | Five Questions with Erik Velez Perez and Paulo Lizano.

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Communities of Color Disproportionately Exposed to PFAS Pollution in Drinking Water

August 3, 2023 | New study reveals communities with higher proportions of Black and Hispanic/Latino residents are more likely to be exposed to PFAS.

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Three Questions with Visiting Medical Student Lashawn Peña

August 1, 2023 | Our summer intern talks to us about his mentored research project at Harvard Medical School.

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System Catalysts: Finding Solutions to Tough Problems

July 27, 2023 | New podcast focuses on successfully addressing persistent problems in today's world.

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Ateh Zinkeng in his medical white coat standing next to The University of Arizona College of Medicine flag.

Three Questions with Visiting Medical Student Ateh Zinkeng

July 26, 2023 | Our summer intern discusses his career aspirations in medicine.

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Christina Manice on a beach with her husband and two children.

Preventing Antimicrobial Resistance: What Works and What Doesn’t?

July 24, 2023 | Five Questions with C/T Research Academy physician-scientist Christina Manice.

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NIH Spent $8.1B for Phased Clinical Trials of Drugs Approved 2010-19, ~10% of Reported Industry Spending

July 21, 2023 | Bentley University study further describes public and private sector investments in pharmaceutical innovation.

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Lisa Nickerson with her dog.

Biostatistics Support for Neuroimaging Researchers Helps Unlock Clinical Potential

July 11, 2023 | Five Questions with biostatistician Lisa Nickerson on advancing translational neuroscience.

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