Genomics study helps researchers better understand opioid epidemic
The study identified specific genetic regions that link opioid exposure and dependence to neuropsychiatric traits.
Yale scientists find new way to block cancer-causing HPV virus
Researchers have demonstrated in principle a new biological approach that can stop HPV infection.
Study: Moderate-to-high posttraumatic stress common after trauma exposure
Over 30% of injury survivors who are treated in hospital emergency departments will have moderate-to-severe symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder.
New center to develop treatments for women with problem drinking
Yale scientists were awarded a five-year, $8.4 million grant to establish the Yale-Specialized Center of Research Excellence.
Expensive new drug could undermine HIV prevention efforts
With an effective generic alternative available, the introduction of a new pre-exposure prophylaxis drug may not offer much benefit to patients.
COVID-19 testing: Who’s being tested, and what do tests look for?
YSPH Assistant Professor Amy Bei explains the ins and outs of COVID-19 testing: How tests work, how (and if) to get one, and when a vaccine might be available.
Maintaining lab continuity in the time of COVID-19
Online learning presents unique challenges for classes that involve building complex devices and other hands-on projects. Learn how SEAS has risen to meet them.