Mobile devices may determine how places and people increase HIV risk
Federal funding will allow researchers to develop methods to accurately assess the effects of GPS tracking and cell phone monitoring on HIV risk behavior.
Patient navigators address barriers to health care
The Yale Patient Navigator Program pairs teams of medical students with patients from Yale’s primary care clinics who face serious social barriers to health.
Yale discovery indicates potential for new types of cancer drugs
Yale Cancer Center scientists have made a fundamental discovery about EGFR signaling that may open the potential for new types of cancer drugs.
A better understanding of space — via helicopter
Yale researchers have created a new model for understanding how black holes, planets, and galaxies emerge from the vortex-rich environments of space.
Three Yale alumni are recipients of MacArthur ‘genius’ grants
Three Yale alumni — visual artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby, photographer Dawoud Bey, and psychologist Betsy Levy Paluck— have been named 2017 MacArthur Fellows.
Study reveals potential new treatment for postpartum smokers
Women who took replacement progesterone after giving birth had decreased cravings to smoke and were more likely to stay off cigarettes.
Researchers find a fine time-line between delusion and reality
The line between reality and delusion may be just a matter of time, a new Yale study suggests.