New book shares tips for improving outcomes of noncommunicable diseases in low- and middle-income countries
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— A new book, published by RTI Press, offers lessons learned from pilot projects implemented to prevent and treat noncommunicable diseases in low- and middle-income countries.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, North Carolina — Certain e-cigarette flavors appeal to teenagers more than others, and these preferences are partly due to perceptions of health harms, according to a new study by researchers at RTI International and the Un
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – Wayne Holden, Ph.D., president and CEO of RTI International, spoke at Association of Independent Research Institutes (AIRI) conference in West Palm Beach, Florida Sept. 11-14.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — Disruptions in the brain circuits related to reward, motivation, memory, and self-control hold the keys to preventing and treating drug addiction, according to a leading medical expert scheduled to speak in October at
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – A first-of-its-kind study conducted by RTI International in conjunction with the National Institute on Drug Abuse found that those who experience severe, chronic pain are more likely than those with less severe or epis
NAIROBI, Kenya— To address the rising levels of noncommunicable diseases, RTI International has launched the 2016 Symposium on Noncommunical Diseases in Nairobi, Kenya, with Kenya’s Ministry of Health and NCD Alliance Kenya.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC—Steering new college students into remedial classes can boost a poorly prepared student’s chances of success, but doesn’t appear to benefit students with a stronger academic background, RTI International researchers have
University of Dammam, RTI International partnership to enhance innovation and entrepreneurship in Saudi Arabia
DAMMAN, Saudi Arabia—The University of Dammam and RTI International launched a five-year partnership to establish an innovation ecosystem within and around the university, located in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — More military students and veterans have taken advantage of education benefits since the government expanded them in the wake of the Sept. 11 attacks, according to a new report by researchers at RTI International.