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Research Triangle-based RTI International has named Robin Weinick, Ph.D., as vice president of the Division for Health Services and Social Policy Research.
It’s a little known fact that two of the most effective treatments for cancer originated at RTI International in the Research Triangle.
Two of the most effective treatments for cancer originated at RTI International in the Research Triangle, where researchers Mansukh Wani and the late Monroe Wall discovered Taxol and camptothecin.
In mid-September policymakers, donor agencies, NGOs and development consultants gathered beneath the dreaming spires of Oxford to make meaningful connections between learning and the development of a sustainable future at the Education and Develop
When rankings are as closely regarded and widely anticipated as the U.S. News & World Report health care quality ratings, consumers and organizations want to understand the methodology behind them.
A smoker’s chances of developing a nicotine dependence may be determined by genetics, suggests a recent study published in the journal “Translational Psychology.”
Lisa Rotondo 01MPH was a member of the first Masters International program at Rollins, which allows a student to earn an MPH in conjunction with the Peace Corps’ Masters International Program.
Parents who quit smoking are less likely to go back to their habit when they discuss the bad effects of smoking on one's health with their kids, a new study has found.
Big data has garnered much attention in recent months, from being at the core of discussions on the Sustainable Development Goals, to winning a ringing endorsement from billionaire philantropist Bill Gates.