A new platform developed at Yale utilizes CRISPR technology to knock out genes individually and test which have the biggest impact on tumor response.
The approach used to discover a large unreported Zika outbreak that occurred in Cuba during 2017 may help uncover other unreported outbreaks around the world.
Professor Ian Shapiro will explore “Power and Politics in Today’s World” in the latest DeVane Lecture series, open to Yale undergrads and the general public.
Force and pressure in the lungs alter the way that immune cells respond to infection, a Yale study has found for the first time.
A new study finds that by the time most tenants land in eviction court, they have already suffered years of intensifying financial distress.
A new study has found that for Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 and older, pulmonary embolisms are becoming less deadly thanks in part to improved technology.
This year’s Summer Institute, hosted by Haskins Laboratories, was entitled “The Literate Brain: Linking Researchers with Practitioners.”
Coauthored by a Yale mathematician, a new study shows that average Americans can assess mathematical arguments for beauty, just as they can art or music.
Favorable interactions with sexual minorities during medical school reduces bias against members of the LGBT community in early-career doctors, a study finds.
The U.S. healthcare system contributes 10% of the nation’s carbon emissions, contributing to the global public health crisis posed by climate change.