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LATEST POSTS BY Karuna Meda
April 14, 2021
Making Conversations About Mental Health Mainstream
A Jefferson medical student uses social media to create educational content about mental health and illness, breaking stigma and barriers to getting help.
April 7, 2021
How Do Our Perceptions of Animals Determine How We Write About Them?
Enhancing our understanding of animals at the intersection of multiple disciplines.
March 29, 2021
How Can Textiles Be Applied to Develop Novel Building Envelopes?
Bridging technology, textile design and architecture.
March 12, 2021
How Can We Improve Mental Health Care for Children and Families?
Combating stigma and fostering promotion and treatment for mental wellness
February 25, 2021
How Do Architects and Their Corporate Clients Influence Branding?
Researching the concept of “branded environments” to promote and market institutions.
February 16, 2021
Patients Get Essential Telehealth Support Through Student-Driven Program
Researchers team up with students on “Digital Onboarding Taskforce” to help patients get comfortable using technology for remote medical care.
February 11, 2021
How Are Architectural Structures and Their Surrounding Communities Connected?
Discovering the heart of an area by studying its architecture
February 2, 2021
To Sleep or Not to Sleep?
Neuroscience researchers study how fruit flies decide between sleep and other behaviors, like mating, and the factors that influence that decision.
January 27, 2021
How Can Researchers Contribute to Designing Cities That Will Be Efficient, Healthy and Resilient?
Designing the future of sustainable architecture today.
January 20, 2021
Communicating Information about COVID-19 Using ‘Entertainment-Education’
Researcher and student team up to explore a strategy that uses storytelling to creatively and effectively communicate about health issues.
January 14, 2021
A Call for Action Against Racism in Medicine
Worn from carrying the burden of fighting against racial injustice, a group of physicians pen a letter titled “Dear White People” asking colleagues and students in medicine to take up the cause of anti-racism.