Published by Verso Books, Power Games chronicles the modern Olympic Games' social implications.
An expert on the politics of international sport, Boykoff opines on the Rio Olympics and Brazil's political and economic chaos.
Public Health Professor Moriah McSharry McGrath has been collaborating with the Community Alliance of Tenants to better research operations and get more information on the health impacts of eviction in Portland.
Boykoff's latest book, Power Games: A Political History of the Olympics, is expected to be released later this year.
The professor behind the Shrimp on a Treadmill research explains its value to lawmakers.
A National Institutes of Health grant will provide funding for Dr. Bowen and others to treat affected women with post-traumatic stress disorder who also developed substance use disorders.
School of Pharmacy Assistant Professor Ashim Malhotra has been awarded a grant of $108,000 from the Elsa U. Pardee Foundation to research overcoming the resistance of pancreatic cancer to chemotherapy.
Dr. Ashim Malhotra and his team will investigate the regulation of proteins in cancerous cells to try and improve the effectiveness of treatment drugs.
School of Pharmacy assistant professors Bridget Bradley and John Begert have published an article in the most recent issue of Mental Health Clinician.
Dr. Neudauer will travel to Cameroon later this year to help develop another site for the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences' highly successful Next Einstein Initiative.