Policy & Ethics
In a special report, Australian researchers describe the national rollout of General Practice Respiratory Clinics (GRPCs) at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. In a special report, Australian researchers describe the national rollout of General Practice Respiratory Clinics (GRPCs) at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- The Annals of Family Medicine
Insider threats are one of the top security concerns facing large organizations. Current and former employees, business partners, contractors—anyone with the right level of access to a company’s data—can pose a threat. The incidence of insider threats has increased in recent years, at a significant cost to companies. Jingrui He, associate professor in the School of Information Sciences at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, has been awarded a three-year, $200,000 grant from the C3.ai Digital Transformation Institute for a new project that seeks to detect and predict insider threats.
- C3.ai Digital Transformation Institute
The US nonprofit organization BrightFocus Foundation has granted an Alzheimer’s Disease Research Standard Award to the project ‘Understanding the impact of midlife cardiovascular risk factors & subclinical atherosclerosis on brain health: a role in Alzheimer´s disease’.
A summer program for undergraduate students who plan to pursue a graduate or medical degree related to diabetes research will be launched at Ohio University in 2023 thanks to support from a prestigious National Institutes of Health Research Education Program (R25) grant. The funding is the result of a collaborative effort by Ohio University researchers at the Diabetes Institute who want to encourage more students to consider a career in diabetes research.
- NIH/National Institutes of Health
A new health policy article led by researchers from Emory’s Center for Spina Bifida Prevention—in collaboration with neurosurgeons from the G4 Alliance and the Global Alliance for Prevention of Spina Bifida F (GAPSBi-F)—and published in The Lancet Global Health places an urgent call for the World Health Assembly to take immediate action and to pass a resolution to make universal folic acid fortification of common staples mandatory.
- The Lancet Global Health
High prices may not deter wealthy people from buying unsustainable goods – instead, they might actually trigger those in the upper class to buy these products, according to a new Penn State study.
- Journal of Marketing Research
- Carolan Institute for Research