February 20, 2018
Last month Yale launched the new Center for Biomedical Data Science, which will act as a hub for research and education in biomedical data science at Yale.
The partnership between Yale and Ethiopia’s Ministry of Health aims to improve management skills at health centers and health offices around the country.
Yale researchers have found that by disrupting this microRNA in key tissues, they can reduce plaque buildup in arteries while avoiding unintended effects.
YSPH researchers have developed a method to predict resistance paths to cancer therapeutics, and a way to apply it to a frequent cancer-causing gene.
February 19, 2018
Despite the weak evidence of benefit from non-statin use, in 2012-2013 nearly 8 million adults reported using nonstatin drugs — often paid for out of pocket.
According to a YSPH study, younger women are more likely to mistake heart attack symptoms for anxiety or stress, and more likely to be misdiagnosed by a doctor.
The India-based company, which uses a device developed as part of an SEAS course, won Johnson & Johnson’s GenH Challenge for Maternal and Child Health.
High blood pressure is extremely common in China, which may be responsible for the nation’s high stroke rates, according to a new Yale study.
February 15, 2018
Faster treatment is possible for a variety of cancers, thanks to hypofractionated radiotherapy currently being employed by doctors at Yale Medicine.
John Harley Warne, the Avalon Professor in the History of Medicine (National University of Singapore Press)