Brandeis Researchers in the News
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Computer science and linguistics professor James Pustejovsky, whose research focuses on language and extracting information from large amounts of text, is helping in to create an artificial intelligence platform that could sort through the research and lead to a treatment or a cure.
The research offers possible insights into what will happen in modern-day Brazil during the COVID-19 pandemic. Brazil has the second-highest number of COVID-19 deaths in the world after the United States.
In new research published in Party Politics in March, assistant professor of politics Zachary Albert found populists are not dominating as expected.
Research by the Heller School's Institute for Child, Youth and Family Policy cited.
Research at Brandeis seeks to identify helpful and harmful coping strategies under the current circumstances to combat depression and anxiety among college students.