Under 6 Percent of Criminal Justice Cases Get Treatment for Opioid Use

By | March 30, 2022

A study examined disparities within a U.S. criminal justice population and showed that fewer than 6 percent of cases received opioid agonist treatment for opioid use disorder as part of the treatment plan.

Two FAU Students Named 2022 Goldwater Scholars

By | March 30, 2022

Florida Atlantic University students Kate Maier and Samantha Zaninelli have been named 2022 Goldwater Scholars.

Program Matches FAU Military Veteran Students with Shelter Dogs

By | March 16, 2022

FAU and the Humane Society of Broward County have teamed up for the "FAU Veteran Canine Rescue Mission" to match FAU student and alumni veterans with dogs from the shelter, which will be trained by Happy With Dogs.

Photo or Real Thing? Mice Can Inherently Recall and Tell Them Apart

By | March 14, 2022

A study by FAU researchers provides the first evidence that mice employ higher-order cognitive processes like humans and non-human primates.

FAU Researchers at Forefront of Alzheimer's Genetics and Diagnosis

By | March 10, 2022

Researchers have received grants from the Florida Department of Health's Ed and Ethel Moore Foundation for Alzheimer's Disease Research for programs on genetics and diagnosis in rural underserved communities.

Substance Developed at FAU Could Make Breathing a Breeze in Space

By | March 9, 2022

Researchers in the College of Engineering and Computer Science have synthesized and tested an alternative adsorbent material to remove CO2 in air revitalization systems.

FAU to Expand Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center

By | March 4, 2022

FAU's Southeast National Marine Renewable Energy Center has announced expansion plans later this year that will include new university partnerships, capabilities and opportunities.

Did COVID-19 Make Tinnitus, 'Ringing' in the Ears, Worse?

By | March 2, 2022

A researcher from FAU and collaborators compared patients with tinnitus before and during the COVID-19 pandemic to assess if the severity of tinnitus was influenced by the lockdown related to the pandemic.

Jails in Crisis: Study Identifies Those at Risk of Suicide Behind Bars

By | February 24, 2022

In America's jails, suicide is the leading cause of death. A researcher from FAU examined the risk factors for attempting and threatening suicide and/or self-harm in a large metropolitan jail.

U.S. Falls Short in 'Geriatricizing' Emergency Departments

By | February 23, 2022

According to Schmidt College of Medicine researchers, most emergency departments in the U.S. and worldwide do not provide the level of service recommended by the Geriatric Emergency Department Guidelines.