Brandeis Researchers in the News

Our faculty make an impact — in the classroom and in the field. As intellectual pioneers and engaged scholars, faculty in every discipline garner top awards and recognition for inspiring outstanding work.

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Findings suggest medical practitioners need to pay special attention to veterans with TBIs to identify early risk factors for suicide.

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NPR uses data from the Institute for Child, Youth and Family Policy to reveal a sharp racial divide in access to  opportunities in almost every major metropolitan area of the country.

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Brandeis professor Joshua Goodman found college educated people of color in Massachusetts are considering careers in teaching at lower levels than their white peers.

Brenden O'Donnell

English PhD candidate analyzes the gap between queer communities and addiction treatment in diverse fields including LGBT literature, 20th Century American literature, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Medical Humanities, and Critical Addiction Studies.

John Wardle

Astrophysics professor John Wardle and the telescope that can photograph a black hole with the mass of a billion or more suns.