Brandeis Researchers in the News

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Research by the Heller School's Institute for Child, Youth and Family Policy cited.

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In a paper in Science, Brandeis researchers report that they figured out how mosquitoes use body heat to find hosts to bite.

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Findings suggest medical practitioners need to pay special attention to veterans with TBIs to identify early risk factors for suicide.

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Senior Research Scientist and Inventor Dan Perlman '68, developer of healthy fats in Smart Balance margarine, improves peanut butter.

Brenden O'Donnell

English PhD candidate analyzes the gap between queer communities and addiction treatment in diverse fields including LGBT literature, 20th Century American literature, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Medical Humanities, and Critical Addiction Studies.