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Using data to trace the roots of urban segregation

June 9, 2022

Economics researcher Sun Kyoung Lee uses machine learning to shed light on the links between urban infrastructure investments, land use policy, and inequality.

PODCAST: Career Conversation with Guy Guyadeen ’11 M.B.A., Google

June 8, 2022

SOM alumnus Guyadeen joins Lisa Sternik ’22 M.M.S. for a candid discussion of his path into and experience in investment banking and tech product management.

Yale investigators study tiny proteins’ big role in lupus

June 8, 2022

An interdisciplinary team of three award-winning Yale researchers aims to transform our understanding of the molecular events behind the autoimmune disease.

PODCAST: Can hospitals recover from COVID-19?

June 6, 2022

Thomas Balcezak, chief clinical officer at YNHHS, discusses the financial and human capital challenges faced by hospitals in the wake of pandemic.

Moving consumer brands to climate neutral

June 6, 2022

In a Q&A, Austin Whitman ’07 M.B.A. discusses his work helping consumers direct their spending to brands that are serious about solving climate change.

Yale’s Mushfiq Mobarak speaks at WHO’s World Health Assembly

June 6, 2022

Speaking alongside WHO officials and health ministers, Mobarak described his field work testing public health interventions informed by behavioral science.

Revelations of genetic diversity of bass species can enhance conservation

June 6, 2022

A new study could help guide the conservation and management of bass species both prized by anglers and ranked among the world’s most invasive species.

Studying schizophrenia in plants? Yale researchers are giving it a shot

June 2, 2022

As part of a long-term goal to study psychiatric illness in plants, Yale researchers compare the role a certain gene plays in both plants and mammals.

Alumnus with exceptional mathematical promise wins Hertz Fellowship

May 31, 2022

A Yale alumnus working toward a Ph.D. in mathematics at MIT is among the 33 doctoral students awarded Hertz Fellowships.

T cell warriors need their R & R

May 27, 2022

Without rest and maintenance, T cells can die and leave their hosts more susceptible to pathogens, Yale scientists report.