Boston’s NPR news station covers MINT research

Research conducted by the MINT Program on the psychological impact of the Boston Marathon bombing on Boston children covered by WBUR, Boston’s NPR news station. For more, click here.

CBS News features MINT research

CBS News covers research conducted by the MINT Program on the mental health toll of the Boston Marathon bombing on Boston children and adolescents. For more, click here.

Miami Herald covers MINT research

The Miami Herald covers research conducted by the MINT Program on the psychological impact on children of media coverage of terrorist attacks. For more, click here.

MINT research featured in FIU News

FIU News ran a featured story on research conducted by the MINT Program on the psychological impact of the Boston Marathon bombing and subsequent manhunt on children and adolescents. For more, click here.

MINT Director pens Boston Herald editorial

Editorial published in the Boston Herald co-written by Dr. Jonathan Comer, Director of the MINT Program, calls for increased resources for teachers to help address the psychological needs of students following disasters and terrorism. For more, click here.

Medscape covers MINT research

Medscape covers research conducted by the MINT Program on the psychological toll of the Boston Marathon bombing on children and adolescents throughout the Boston area. For more, click here.

FoxNews features MINT research

FoxNews covers research conducted by the MINT Program on the psychological functioning of Boston children following the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing and subsequent manhunt. For more, click here.

Boston Globe features MINT research

The Boston Globe interviews Dr. Jonathan S. Comer, Director of the MINT Program, on the psychological toll of the Boston Marathon attack on exposed children. For more, click here.

MINT Research featured in US News & World Report

Research conducted by the MINT Program finding considerable psychological toll of Boston Marathon bombing on exposed children covered by U.S. News and World Report. For more, click here.

Kathleen Crum awarded prestigious fellowship!

Kathleen Crum of the MINT Program was awarded a prestigious Elizabeth Munsterberg Koppitz Fellowship from the American Psychological Foundation for doctoral research examining emotional processing, anxiety, and callous-unemotional traits in children with conduct problems! For more, click here.

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