Study explains why myasthenia patients relapse after treatment
A new Yale-led study helps explain why some myasthenia gravis (MG) patients relapse after initially responding to a drug called rituximab.
Career women optimistic about delayed childbearing despite lower fertility
Career women value pregnancy planning and believe they have a good chance of conceiving late in life with the help of reproductive technology, say researchers.
Yale launches five-year study of origins of autism
Yale researchers will study development of functional brain connectivity during late pregnancy to early adolescence thanks to a five-year, $12.4 million grant.
Ancient history of Lyme disease revealed with bacterial genomes
A team of researchers has found that the Lyme disease bacterium is ancient in North America, circulating silently in forests for at least 60,000 years.
Hixon Conference to explore university-municipality collaboration
The Hixon Center for Urban Ecology will co-host the annual Hixon Conference in Burke Auditorium on Friday, Oct. 13.
Against the Grain: A Deep History of the Earliest States
James C. Scott, Sterling Professor of Political Science and co-director of the Agrarian Studies Program (Yale University Press)
Study identifies genes linked to better immune response to flu vaccine
Yale experts and their research partners have identified several genes and gene clusters associated with the immune response to influenza vaccination.