RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC —Marijuana has been legal for adult recreational use in Colorado since 2014, but the verdict is still out on benefits and harms. Will legalization reduce opioid abuse and marijuana-related arrests?
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC—For the second year in a row, Forbes magazine has included RTI International among its list of America’s Best Employers for midsize companies.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— Triangle Business Journal recognized Doris Rouse, vice president of the center for global health at RTI International, as a 2017 winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award in Life Sciences.
RTI International finds TROSA, an innovative substance abuse treatment program, saves North Carolina $7.5 million annually
Research Triangle Park, NC — TROSA, a therapeutic community providing substance abuse treatment and job training, saves North Carolina $7.5 million every year, according to an independent study conducted by RTI International.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – Rob Chew, research data scientist at RTI International, has been selected as a 2017-2018 Data Fellow by the National Consortium for Data Science.
Report: Younger women battling breast cancer face more aggressive diagnoses, and therefore, more significant treatment burden
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— As the nation struggles with soaring health care costs, a new report by RTI International shows that younger women diagnosed with breast cancer face a significant treatment burden.
Leading federal scientist to discuss environmental health challenges of the 21st century at RTI International May 24
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — Environmental threats such as climate change and exposure to pollutants may seem far away, but in fact they present risks to local families and communities.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC—Veterans who have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can also experience “post-traumatic growth” — such as an increased appreciation of life, awareness of new possibilities and enhanced inner strength, research by RTI
Research Triangle Park, N.C.— Heavy rucksacks, parachuting out of helicopters, combat injuries, and stress result in chronic pain for many service members.
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