January 16, 2019
In addition to promoting more minority practitioners in addiction medicine and psychiatry, the new program will seek to improve outcomes for minority patients.
Ahuja discusses her career, becoming a physician-leader, changes in a science and culture of surgery, and her goals for Yale Medicine’s future.
January 14, 2019
The Jan. 4 event, moderated by WNPR’s Bruce Barber, was held at Monterey Place in New Haven, Connecticut.
January 10, 2019
Professor Nicholas Christakis will head an international project that examines the intersections of human genomic, microbiome, and social network data.
Using newborn rats as a model, Yale researchers have identified three distinct stages in brain development that occur before episodic memories can form.
January 9, 2019
The combination of naltrexone and ketamine can help treat both symptoms of depression and substance abuse disorders like alcoholism, a Yale study suggests.
Co-founded by Yale psychologist Dr. Theddeus Iheanacho, the program aims to improve mental health and epilepsy treatment in the country's underserved...
January 7, 2019
Women’s Health Research at Yale is calling on a government committee to revise its report on the opioid epidemic so that it reflects the unique needs of women.
A new Yale-led study reinforces the concern that prescription opioid painkillers have a negative impact on the immune system.
January 4, 2019
25% of seizure patients suffer from psychogenic non-epileptic seizures, but are often treated with anti-epilepsy medication anyway. Psychotherapy may be better.