March 20, 2023
On March 15, the Yale Physician Assistant Online Class of 2025 gathered on campus with family and friends to celebrate the start of their clinical training.
Two Yale researchers are working to understand why people who were formerly incarcerated are so much more likely to be diagnosed with certain cancers.
In a brief Q&A, Yale’s Chima D. Ndumele discusses the expiration of the provision, which could leave as many as 14 million without health care coverage.
On March 17, more than 100 soon-to-be graduates of the Yale School of Medicine gathered to learn where they will train for residency.
March 17, 2023
Yale School of Medicine’s Physician Associate Program recently invited Connecticut State Representative Josh Elliott to discuss state-level health policy.
Yale researchers uncovered a novel mechanism by which “good” bacteria colonize the gut. The finding could help spur the development of new probiotic therapies.
March 16, 2023
CPAP machines treat sleep apnea, but many patients don’t use them as directed. A new study finds “morning people” use theirs more during the night than others.
A new, Yale co-led study provides critical information about how genes are switched on and off and expressed in different areas of tissues and organs.
March 15, 2023
Advances in robotic biopsy and imaging technology allow Yale physicians to look deeper into the lungs than ever before when searching for signs of cancer.
In a Q&A, Yale orthopedist Mark Dundas discusses his work serving as the on-call physician for the Connecticut Whale women’s professional ice hockey team.