May 15, 2018
Melinda Pettigrew, Shelley Geballe, and Kayoko Shioda are recipients of Yale School of Public Health’s top teaching awards, as voted by the class of 2018.
With a new study led by Ryan Jensen, Women’s Health Research at Yale aims to understand what leads women with certain gene mutations to develop ovarian tumors.
May 14, 2018
Avoiding IV delivery of opioid drugs for hospital patients could decrease patient exposure to the medications while also maintaining or improving pain relief.
May 11, 2018
To honor the late Tina Burke, the YSN Alumni Association created “Newborns in Need,” a Yale Day of Service event that collects and distributes items for babies.
Tehreem Rehman and Robert Rock, who are graduating from YSM this year, co-led the effort to create a new extracurricular elective, “U.S. Health Justice.”
A longtime health advocate, Gores is founder of Poverty Alleviation through Washing Soles (PAWS), which provides foot care for New Haven’s needy.
Because she’s participating in YSM’s 28-month Physician Associate Program, Suzuki won’t officially graduate until December.
Shedding light on new uses for Photopheresis, a cellular immunotherapy developed by Yale Medicine’s chair of dermatology, Dr. Richard Edelson.
May 10, 2018
As a Downs Fellow in Nicaragua, Simone Ippoliti ’16 M.S.N. examined the impact of sexual and reproductive health intervention on the rates of teen pregnancy.
The majority of patients eligible for cancer drugs known as checkpoint inhibitors received treatment within months of FDA approval, according to a new study.