Five FAU Ph.D. students have been selected to receive the "Computational Brain Science and Health Graduate Fellowships," through a generous gift of $1 million from the Palm Health Foundation in 2022.
FAU researchers explored the rates of primary care physician follow-up by older adults with a fall-related head injury resulting in an emergency department visit, risk assessment and preventive strategies.
In a commentary published in the American Journal of Medicine, researchers from FAU and collaborators provide the most updated guidance to health care providers.
FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine has received a grant from the Carl Angus DeSantis Foundation, which will transform the care of neurodegenerative diseases.
Regardless of race, age, geography or urbanization, a new study by FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine shows U.S. drug overdose deaths more than quadrupled from 1999 to 2020, causing 1,013,852 deaths.
An invention in the fields of pharmacology, medicine, neuroscience and psychiatry using a molecular approach to treat addiction has earned Randy D. Blakely, Ph.D., and Maureen Hahn, Ph.D., a U.S. patent.
A new FAU study shows geographically distinct areas of the highest death rates in the U.S. related to cigarettes as well as firearms, including both assault and suicide over two decades from 1999 to 2019.
The Schmidt College of Medicine received the monumental gift from philanthropists Ann and John Wood to combat amyloidosis, a complex and challenging disease, using a whole-body and multidisciplinary approach.
A new study examining time trends and racial inequities in infant mortality, low birth weight and preterm births over 11 years suggests that infant mortality alone is not a sufficient indicator of health.
A new study provides novel insight into the benefits of exercise, which should motivate adults to keep moving throughout their lifetime, especially during middle age.