Kate Carey

Kate Carey receives Marlatt Mentorship Award

BSS faculty Kate Carey has been awarded the 12th Annual Marlatt Mentorship Award by the Research Society on Alcohol (RSA). This award is given to an individual whose mentoring of young researchers in the alcohol research field is demonstrated to be exceptional.

BSS doctoral candidate Patrick Kelly

The Role of Makeshift Medicine in the U.S.

BSS doctoral candidate Patrick Kelly discusses the needs of marginalized Americans who seek care on the periphery of our formal health care system.

Ugoji Nwanaji-Enwerem and President Clinton

Ugoji Nwanaji-Enwerem, Clinton Global Initiative University Fellow

BSS Ph.D. candidate Ugoji Nwanaji-Enwerem was selected as a 2023 Clinton Global Initiative University Fellow.

Marquisele Mercedes and Kate Johnson

Bias Against Bodies: A podcast featuring Marquisele Mercedes, BSS doctoral candidate

Medical fatphobia can have life-or-death consequences. Advocates say barriers to care can be far more harmful than fatness itself.


David Zelaya Appointed to APA Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs

David G. Zelaya was appointed to serve on the American Psychological Association's Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs (CEMA).


Rachel Cassidy Interviewed About Nicotine Reduction Policy

Dr. Rachel Cassidy recently was interviewed about the potential for the FDA's newly announced nicotine reduction policy to affect smokers


Diana Grigsby, international colleagues explore COVID-19's impact on health behaviors

A study published in Preventative Medicine Reports highlighted an international effort to examine COVID-19's often overlooked impact on people's health behaviors. CHPHE's Diana Grigsby-Toussaint was among the study's key collaborators.

William Lodge II

BSHS student is top read article in AIDS Patient Care

Congratulations to BSHS student William Lodge II, whose paper was named a high-impact, top-read article in AIDS Patient Care and STDs. 

HIV & COVID-19 Webinar series poster

HIV & COVID-19 Webinar Series

The University of the Philippines Manila, in collaboration with Brown University, through the NIH-Fogarty Training Program for the Prevention of HIV in Vulnerable Populations, invites you to attend its five-part webinar series on HIV and COVID-19 this July-August 2021. 

Kira Rose DiClemente, MPH

BSHS Dissertation Defense | Kira Rose DiClemente, MPH

The Department of Behavioral and Social Sciences is pleased to announce the dissertation defense of Kira DiClemente on May 20, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. EST.  

"Mental health experiences of women exposed to war and violence in Africa: a community-based approach"