Two Yale faculty members are finalists for Blavatnik National Awards for Young Scientists, the world’s largest unrestricted prize for early-career scientists.
Hammes-Schiffer has won the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Bourke Award for her work describing proton-coupled electron-transfer reactions and enzyme catalysis.
The donation will fund the laboratories of at least six scientists on the Yale School of Medicine faculty working on a vaccine and new treatments for COVID-19.
The Yale School of Nursing community gathered virtually on June 3 to celebrate the new inductees of the Delta Mu chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau.
Chekijian receives the award for emergency systems and curricular development, and will conduct research and lecture at the American University of Armenia.
Wang joins 21 other early career researchers in biomedical sciences who will receive four years of funding from the Pew Scholars Program.
A faculty member at the Yale Microbial Sciences Institute, Hatzios is one of 10 scientists nationally to be named a Beckman Young Investigator for 2020.
Dr. Fadi Akar received a $1.6 million National Institutes of Health grant to study to role and regulation of mitochondrial fission in type 2 diabetes.
Andemicael ‘10 M.A.R. will direct a program of worship that brings together in prayer the diverse traditions and perspectives of our communities.
Taylor ’85 M.F.S., ’91 Ph.D., is one of the nation’s preeminent scholars in the field of environmental justice. She begins July 1.