Yale surgeons discuss how 3D printing technology is benefiting patients
Some Yale doctors now routinely use 3D printing to plan surgeries and design tools specific to an upcoming surgery.
Here’s how mammals went from big gulps to small swallows
Researchers have found the earliest known evidence of a mammal predecessor with bones in the neck that allowed for swallowing food like modern mammals.
Study examines effects of genes and resilience on Syrian refugee youth
The study provides scientific evidence that genetics and environmental factors play important roles in the mental health of refugee youth.
Parkinson’s disease study identifies possible new treatment target
A new study by Yale researchers challenges long-held assumptions about dopamine’s role in Parkinson’s treatment.
HIV DNA that lingers in spinal fluid may be linked to cognitive problems
New research may help explain why, despite current anti-HIV therapy, some persons living with HIV still experience problems with memory and concentration.
Study examines impact of institutional portraiture on medical students
The qualitative study examined 15 medical students’ reactions to 55 portraits hanging in the Yale School of Medicine.
Yale Cancer Center partners in fight to help eliminate HPV-related cancers
YCC joins the Association of American Cancer Institutes and its partner organizations to endorse a national Call to Action to end HPV-related cancer in America.