Handbook of Sleep Disorders in Medical Conditions, 2019, Pages 253-276

This chapter addresses goal 3 by providing an overview of sleep disorders in dementia.
This book chapter advances SDG 5 and 10 by investigating how to confront bias and prejudice through online and social media platforms.

Confronting Prejudice and Discrimination, The Science of Changing Minds and Behaviors, 2019, Pages 3-28

This chapter advances SDGs 3 and 10 by examining predicted and actual personal responses to racism and sexism by targets of bias and by nontarget group witnesses.
This chapter advances SDGs 3 and 10 by proposing that patient confrontation of physician bias may serve as a self-advocacy tool that reduces physician bias and improves quality of patient care.

Free Radical Biology and Medicine, Volume 133, March 2019

The heme biosynthetic pathway in erythroid cells.
Sideroblastic anemia (SA) is characterized by bone marrow ring sideoblasts (RSs). RS reflect abnormal iron accumulation in the mitochondria of erythroblasts. Congenital SA is caused by the mutation of genes involved in iron-heme metabolism. The most frequent form of congenital SA is X-linked SA due to ALAS2 gene mutation.
Tay–Sachs disease is an inherited lysosomal storage disease resulting from mutations in the lysosomal enzyme, β-hexosaminidase A, and leads to excessive accumulation of GM2 ganglioside.
This special issue of The Lancet is dedicated to advancing SDG 5 (gender equality) with its focus on gender equity in science, medicine and global health.
Illustration of process for haplotype-specific reporter construct derivation.
This Article supports SDG 3 by analysing data from four international cohorts of patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension, a disease caused by rare genetic variants.

Global Mental Health and Psychotherapy, Adapting Psychotherapy for Low- and Middle-Income Countries, Global Mental Health in Practice, 2019, Pages 87-126

This chapter addresses Goal 3 by exploring the use of cognitive behavioral therapy to treat mental health needs in low and middle income countries.
Elsevier, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Volume 34, February 2019
There is worldwide concern about the environmental costs of conventional intensification of agriculture. Growing evidence suggests that ecological intensification of mainstream farming can safeguard food production, with accompanying environmental benefits; however, the approach is rarely adopted by farmers. Our review of the evidence for replacing external inputs with ecosystem services shows that scientists tend to focus on processes (e.g., pollination) rather than outcomes (e.g., profits), and express benefits at spatio-temporal scales that are not always relevant to farmers.