Dr. Jeff Temple, director of the Center for Violence Prevention at UTMB, took part in a conversation about medication for ADHD.
Sheryl L. Bishop, UTMB professor emeritus and social psychologist, spoke about how many people to put in a crew going to Mars. “There isn’t a real ‘Goldilocks’ number for a Mars crew; the general opinion is that you need a group of at least five people,” Bishop said. One reason would be to have someone who could break a tie, she said.
Dr. Alan Barrett, director of the Sealy Institute for Vaccine Sciences at UTMB, was part of an expert panel on the radio program Town Square discussing the future of the COVID-19 booster shots.
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