Check out our feature by BU Media! Click here or the image below for the full article. The news story, penned by Jillian McKoy, highlights findings of one of our recent publications in the journal of Environmental Health. “The results of our study clearly confirm that Gulf War veterans continue to suffer from cognitive […]
Dr. Kimberly Sullivan co-chaired a Gulf War Illness symposium with colleague Dr. Liang Qiang at this year’s American Society for Neurochemistry conference in Kentucky. Speakers included top researchers in the field of GW Illness; Dr. Alvin Terry, Dr. Ashok Shetty, Dr. Peter Baas, and Dr. James Cai. While we don’t have their presentations, below you […]
In February, members of our lab had the opportunity shared our work at the International Neuropsychological Society conference in San Diego, CA. Click each poster to view larger.
We had the privilege of sharing our work at multiple conferences this year, both virtually and in person. Members of our lab represented us at: Double click the posters below to view larger.
Check out the 25 Investigates segment on Gulf War Illness highlighting the work done at Boston University School of Public Health. Following the 30th anniversary of the Gulf War Operation Desert Storm, Boston 25 News features BBRAIN in an investigative piece on Gulf War research.
Dr. Lisa Sanders, author of New York Times column, turned docuseries, Diagnosis seeks answers for rare and mysterious medical conditions. Episode three of the Netflix series features BU’s own Dr. Kimberly Sullivan, assistant professor of Environmental Health, who Sanders dubs as the country’s “leading expert” in Gulf War Illness. Check out episode three, “The Wisdom […]