Boston University News Releases


28th March, 2001
Why the Bush Oil (Energy) Policy Will Fail Cutler J. Cleveland and Robert K. Kaufmann Following his four predecessors, President Bush has identified dependence on imported oil as a urgent energy, economic, and national security concern. The gap between consumption and domestic production is more than 50 percent of total oil consumption; by 2020 it will grow to 65 percent of consumption....
27th March, 2001
Doing Good While Doing Well In Health Care Panel Discussion WHAT: Boston University School of Management Health Care Management Alumni Association presents "Doing Good While Doing Well in Health Care" panel discussion WHEN: Wednesday, March 28, 2001 Panel Discussion is from 6:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m. followed by a reception in...
21st March, 2001
MCAS Should be Kept - and Deferred Members of the Massachusetts House and Senate are about to consider a number of bills that seek to address concerns over use of the MCAS as a graduation requirement. Proponents behind some of these bills argue that MCAS should be eliminated altogether, while others support the existing schedule,...
16th March, 2001
Study Says Medication Events Monitoring System (mems) Provides Limited Adherence Information (Boston, Mass.) Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have shown that the Medication Events Monitoring System (MEMS), devices that electronically monitor medication adherence, is limited in providing detailed accurate information. The study, which appears in the March 2001...
12th March, 2001
Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation Presents Spring 2001 Workshop Series The Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation at Boston University will host workshops this spring on exciting developments related to working with people with serious psychiatric disabilities. Fostering Providers' Hope-Inspiring Competence Monday, April 9, 2001 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. Boston...
8th March, 2001
Niaaa Launches Combine Clinical Trial Eleven Universities To Test Behavioral And Pharmacologic Treatments For Alcoholism Contact: Ann Bradley, 301-443-0595, NIAAA Press (Boston, Mass.) The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) today announces the start of Combining Medications and Behavioral Interventions (COMBINE), a nationwide study that targets persons with the diagnosis alcohol...
1st March, 2001
BU Gallery Presents Workshop Traditions: Printmaking in Boston Since 1960 (Boston, Mass.) The Boston University Art Gallery presents Workshop Traditions: Printmaking in Boston since 1960, which runs from Thursday, March 1 to Sunday, April 8, at 855 Commonwealth Avenue. The exhibition highlights the evolution of printmaking workshops and the variety of printmaking approaches...
1st March, 2001
Westford Resident Joins Boston University Medical Center (Boston, Mass.) -- Westford resident Robert Craig Lowe, MD, has recently joined the Section of Gastroenterology at Boston Medical Center (BMC). Lowe will serve as an attending physician and educational director and specialize in treatment and research of liver disease. Lowe will also serve as an...