Q&A: Rong Fan on “senescent” cells and Yale’s new Tissue Mapping Center
Yale’s tissue mapping center is one of eight supported by NIH’s Cellular Senescence Network (SenNet), a new initiative of the NIH Common Fund program. It will benefit from a $6.5 million grant over five years. Professor Fan discusses what senescent cells are, why they’re important, and how deeper knowledge of them could treat or slow the progression of certain chronic diseases.
Tsai CITY Awarded 'Outstanding Emerging Entrepreneurship Center'
The Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking at Yale (Tsai CITY) has been named an “outstanding emerging entrepreneurship center” by the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers (GCEC), announced during the GCEC conference October 15-16, 2021.
Yale Launching New Data-Intensive Social Science Center
Yale is establishing a new Data-Intensive Social Science Center (DISSC) led by inaugural co-directors Steven Berry and Alan Gerber, which will serve as a university-wide hub for data-based research and programming in the social sciences.
Turner Named Director of Yale Quantitative Biology Institute and Program in Physics, Engineering, and Biology
Paul E. Turner has been named the new director of the Yale Quantitative Biology Institute (QBio) and the director of the Program in Physics, Engineering, and Biology (PEB).
VPR Announcement - Updated COVID-19 Guidance for Research
This message provides guidance for the Yale research community on new COVID-19 alert levels, and protocols on Human Subjects and Off-Campus Research, and Fieldwork.
VPR Announcement - Updated COVID-19 Guidance for Research During July
This message provides updated guidance for research activity during the month of July, effective July 6.
Saltzman and Laurans Named Co-Directors of the Center for Biomedical Innovation and Technology (CBIT)
Dr. W. Mark Saltzman and Dr. Maxwell Laurans have been named faculty co-directors of the Center for Biomedical Innovation and Technology (CBIT) at Yale.