A Schmidt College of Medicine study assessed resident physicians' perceptions, coping strategies and self-reported levels of depression, anxiety and stress experienced during the early phase of the pandemic.
FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine received a $1 million NIH grant for the first Florida Summer Institute in Biostatistics and Data Science in the Southeastern U.S. - and one of only 10 sites nationwide.
The College of Engineering and Computer Science has received a three-year $478,699 grant from NASA and is among only eight institutions nationwide selected for this award.
Faculty across Florida Atlantic University are rising to meet some of society's biggest challenges, engaging in a broad spectrum of interdisciplinary and collaborative research.
The second annual industry survey from Cross Country Healthcare and FAU's Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing study, "Vital Signs of Nursing," identifies areas of transformation that advocate for nurses.
Florida Atlantic University has been ranked No. 72 overall among the nation's best public and private universities by Washington Monthly's annual College Guide.
A study is the first to demonstrate an association between digital self-harm (online posting, sending or sharing of hurtful content about oneself anonymously) and suicidality in youth.
FAU researchers in collaboration with Tel Aviv University have received a two-year, $379,177 NIH grant to study mood-disorders changes in Alzheimer's disease.
A study by FAU's Schmidt College of Medicine found that U.S. adults who consume more ultra-processed food report more adverse mental symptoms of mild depression, "mentally unhealthy days" and "anxious days."
A first-of-its-kind study by FAU researchers reveals only marginal improvements with respect to evacuation planning in America's 50 largest cities following the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.