Our Brian Southwell is hosting a new radio show that will feature stories from social science researchers who are working to improve the human condition.
We created a framework to guide the development of Ebola-related policies and procedures for institutions and companies.
We're pursuing how the use of social media data can help researchers understand the proliferation of e-cigarettes.
We've been named a prime contractor on the USAID “Making Cities Work” indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract.
We are the survey data collection subcontractor for the largest national study on adolescent health in the United States.
We received a Grand Challenges Exploration grant to develop smartphone technology to determine gestational age at birth.
We are creating a road map for the development of a national health IT safety center as part of an effort to advance the safety and safe use of health IT.