News Releases


February 14, 2023

Researchers decode targets for hundreds of signaling enzymes

Kinases are essential for cell signaling. A new study matches hundreds of kinases to their targets, enabling a deeper understanding of biological processes.

February 13, 2023

Study reveals biodiversity engine for fishes: shifting water depth

Yale researchers have found that the ability of fish in temperate and polar ecosystems to move between shallow and deep water triggers species diversification.

February 9, 2023

Yale tests a treatment for skin diseases that often target children

Yale dermatologists are playing a key role in testing a new treatment for an often-disfiguring group of skin diseases that develop in children.

February 8, 2023

New treatment merges two technologies to fight brain cancer

A nanoparticle-based treatment developed by researchers at Yale and the University of Connecticut is aimed at fighting glioblastoma.

February 1, 2023

Machine learning model predicts physician turnover

Yale researchers’ machine learning model identifies contributors to physician departure, which could help improve job satisfaction and stem costly turnover.

January 19, 2023

Loophole enables FDA approval of unsafe medical devices, Yale study finds

Manufacturers, through a loophole in the law, can use unsafe medical devices as a basis for bringing new, related products to market.

January 16, 2023

A geochemical journey from the center of the Earth

Yale researchers have a new theory to explain some of the geochemistry of “hotspots” — magma plumes from deep in the Earth that erupt at the surface.

January 11, 2023

Can neuroimaging reveal the roots of psychiatric disorders? Not just yet

Technology shows great promise in helping clinicians link mental health disorders to abnormal brain activity, but work remains for illnesses such as PTSD.

January 4, 2023

Does COVID change the body’s response to other threats? Depends on your sex

A new study finds that COVID-19 can trigger stronger inflammatory responses in males, resulting in changes to their functional immunity long after recovery.

January 3, 2023

Simple nasal swab can provide early warning of emerging viruses

A new Yale-led study finds that testing for a single immune system molecule on nasal swabs can help detect stealthy viruses not identified in standard tests.