Dr. Ruth Promises “Good Sex for Life” for Donations

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The renowned psychosexual therapist will be receiving an honorary doctoral degree from BGU in May. To commemorate the honor, she is establishing the Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer Endowed Scholarship for Psychology.

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Vatican Cardinal Receives BGU Award

November 9, 2017

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

The international honor recognizes a religious person whose deeds reflect tolerance, hope and vision.

Anti-Cancer Drug Prices Increasing in the U.S.

October 31, 2017

Tags: Medical Research, Press Releases

A BGU study finds a steady rise in the costs of these medications over time regardless of competition.

San Antonio Mayor Visits BGU

October 24, 2017

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Press Releases

Mayor Ron Nirenberg came to Beer-Sheva to explore future academic collaborations.

Using Robots in Patient Rehabilitation

October 23, 2017

Tags: Medical Research, Press Releases

Personalizing human-robot interaction to each patient’s preferences may increase use by patients.

BGU Announces New School of Public Health

October 9, 2017

Tags: Medical Research, Press Releases

Additionally, BGU is expanding its public health partnership with the University of Michigan.

BGU Works With Ram Group to Detect Cancer Earlier

October 2, 2017

Tags: Nanotechnology, Press Releases

Their sensor will detect antibodies from emerging diseases at amounts previously undetectable.

Medical Professionals Improperly Share Patient Info

September 26, 2017

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

While helping patients, staff often shares passwords to electronic records, raising privacy concerns.

BGU to Collaborate With Universities in Arizona and Mexico

September 20, 2017

Tags: Leadership, Awards & Events, Press Releases

The three universities will cooperate on high-tech research, innovation and entrepreneurship.

Myth Debunked That OCD Is Associated With High IQ

September 19, 2017

Tags: Press Releases, Social Sciences & Humanities

People with obsessive-compulsive disorder are not smarter than the norm, according to new study.