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Reanalyzing the impact of COVID-19 on the kidneys

February 27, 2024

A new Yale study found that adults with COVID-19 who develop acute kidney injury have a lower risk of disease progression and mortality over the long term.

Launching a ‘Sprint for Women’s Health’

February 26, 2024

The White House Initiative on Women’s Health Research, chaired by Yale’s Carolyn Mazure, seeks funding proposals from researchers and innovators.

High-intensity exercise can reverse neurodegeneration in Parkinson’s

February 26, 2024

A Yale pilot study finds that high-intensity exercise induces brain-protective effects that have the potential to reverse neuron damage in patients.

Making associations: Yale-developed tool helps personalize psychiatric care

February 23, 2024

A new generative modeling framework can help neuropsychiatrists better predict the relationship between multiple neural readings and patient symptoms.

Walking pneumonia: What you should know

February 23, 2024

Walking pneumonia is generally mild, but there are still precautions to take. Yale Medicine doctors discuss the common lung infection.

Yale chemists synthesize unique anticancer molecules using novel approach

February 22, 2024

Yale researchers have developed a novel approach to synthesize a highly complex group of molecules found in marine invertebrates.

Educational exchange brings Ugandan hematologist to Yale

February 22, 2024

Christine Sekaggya-Wiltshire of the Mulago National Referral Hospital in Kampala recently visited Yale to work alongside Robert Bona and other faculty members.

World’s most powerful 3D super-resolution microscope arrives at Yale

February 22, 2024

Researchers at Yale’s West Campus will soon watch individual molecules move through living cells with the aid of a cutting-edge device.

Stem cells ‘migrate’ to repair damaged lung cells, study shows

February 21, 2024

A new Yale-led study has found that stem cells migrate to help repair damaged lung cells caused by injuries such as viral or bacterial infections.

‘Good’ fats can help control damaging bouts of inflammation in colitis

February 21, 2024

A new Yale-led study found that unsaturated fats such as those found in olive oil can alleviate symptoms of colitis in mice.