Category Archives: PLoS Medicine
Pursuing Preprints, Preventing Pandemics: How pre-peer-review posting can accelerate outbreak science | PLOS Research News
Machine Learning in Health and Biomedicine: A PLOS Medicine, PLOS Computational Biology, and PLOS ONE Call for Papers
2-24-16 PLOS Medicine AMA Preview: Looking toward the future of diabetes prevention with Dr. Sanjay Basu
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Update October 1 7:58 PM: note the inaccuracy that I correct in response to a comment by DJ Jaffe, for which I am thankful. An impressively large-scale study published in PLOS Medicine of the association between antidepressants and violent crime … Continue reading
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This article is being cross-listed with the Harvard graduate student publication Signal to Noise, Special Edition on Infectious Disease. Health equity is based on the idea that all lives, anywhere in the world, have equal value. Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) are … Continue reading
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