Retiring director plans to run more marathons, play the piano, and become fluent in Italian.
A four-year study funded by the National Institutes of Mental Health will assess the economic impact of autism spectrum disorder on families.
CHR researchers collaborated with Northwest Permanente physicians to reduce opioid prescriptions for children having tonsillectomies.
The Dental Care Program at Kaiser Permanente Northwest proves to be a great laboratory for immunization research.
The acclaimed science journalist explains the mechanisms of disease outbreaks.
In graduate school, Katrina Goddard became fascinated with the role that human genetics plays in disease. Now a genetic epidemiologist, she focuses on public health genomics and the translation of genetic testing into clinical practice.
The Hispanic Risk Model is the first breast cancer model based exclusively on data from Hispanic women.
Kaiser Permanente study also finds length of lifetime reproductive cycle can affect risk
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