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Yale responds to COVID-19

April 1, 2022

YaleNews highlights its coverage of how campus is responding to the coronavirus pandemic, and how Yale experts are taking action against the crisis.

New research identifies genes responsible for glioblastoma cell development

May 16, 2022

A team led by Yale School of Medicine researchers has found a promising way to make brain cancer cells more susceptible to chemotherapy

Sex, gender, and the mechanisms of disease

May 16, 2022

A paper co-authored by Yale’s Carolyn M. Mazure argues that the future of precision medicine requires understanding how both sex and gender influence health.

New spine robot to serve as backbone for orthopaedic innovations

May 13, 2022

A cutting-edge surgical robot coming to Yale New Haven Hospital’s Saint Raphael Campus will help surgeons perform spinal procedures with unprecedented control.

Three classes celebrate at inaugural YSM PA Online Commencement ceremony

May 12, 2022

Physician Assistant Online Program Classes of 2020, 2021, and 2022, along with family and friends, gathered May 6 for the program’s first graduation ceremony.

Rise of hepatitis cases in children: What parents need to know

May 12, 2022

A Yale Medicine physician shares insight on the rare but serious condition that is cropping up worldwide.

Celebrating the art, poetry, and prose of Yale health profession students

May 12, 2022

A recent virtual contest featuring poetry, prose, and art displayed the creative talents of Yale MD, physician associate, nursing, and public health students.

The molecular machinery that delivers metabolites to mitochondria

May 12, 2022

A recent Yale study uncovers the machinery behind the delivery of metabolites into the “power plant” of the cell.

COVID-19 treatments: What we know so far

May 10, 2022

Some people, especially those with underlying health conditions, could benefit from one of several COVID-19 treatments. Yale Medicine provides a guide.

When eyes meet, neurons start to fire

May 10, 2022

A new Yale study charts the surprising widespread neuronal response that occurs when the eyes of two individuals meet in an interactive social gaze.