Richard Reithinger Joins RTI International's Global Health Group as Senior Director of Infectious Disease Programs
Richard Reithinger, who has 15 years of experience in international project management and infectious disease prevention and control, has joined RTI International as senior director of infectious disease programs for RTI's Global Health Group.
New research from RTI International and Pennsylvania State University and published in the Journal of Family Issues finds that violence between a couple before a child's birth impedes their ability to co-parent well.
RTI International has added a collection of substance abuse and addiction-related measures to the PhenX Toolkit, an online toolkit aimed at helping researchers better understand the relationships between genetics, health, disease and environment.
RTI International has opened a liaison office in New Delhi as part of an effort to increase RTI's presence in Asia and strengthen collaboration with peer research organizations and academic institutions.
Study: Convenience, Quality and Selection of Produce Associated with Eating More Fruits and Vegetables
A study by RTI International and published in Public Health Nutrition examined the connection between quality, selection and convenience and the dietary intake of fruits and vegetables in an inner-city, low-income population.
RTI International Co-Hosts Consortium to Improve Legal Access for People Living with HIV, Populations at Higher Risk of HIV in Asia and the Pacific
RTI International co-hosted the Asia Pacific Regional Consultation on HIV-related Legal Services and Rights, February 9–10, 2012, in Bangkok, Thailand.
Researchers at RTI International have added a new level of realism to simulation tools used by researchers and public health officials nationwide to study and deal with infectious disease outbreaks in the United States.
RTI International is hosting and cosponsoring more than 100 community members, clinicians and researchers to discuss evidence-based practices surrounding HIV/AIDS prevention in the Triangle, Feb. 17.
Data from a recent study of Type 1 diabetes, the Type 1 Diabetes Genetics Consortium, is now available to the research community through the NIDDK Central Repository, a resource developed by RTI International for The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases.
A community-based lifestyle intervention program could prevent nearly 885,000 cases of type 2 diabetes and save $5.7 billion over the next 25 years, according to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and RTI International.