Yale IDs test to detect blood vessel injury, predict survival in COVID-19
Researchers at Yale have found that injury to endothelial cells — the cells lining blood vessels — may be a key driver of COVID-19 severity and death.
A race to solve the COVID protein puzzle
Yale engineering Professor Corey O’Hern is working to advance our understanding of the novel coronavirus’ structure, in order to aid drug design and more.
Online and off, we are drawn toward those with similar writing styles
Friendships are more likely to develop between people who share linguistic styles, which contributes to the polarization of society according to a new study.
Fat check: Researchers find explanation for stress’ damage in brown fat
An immune system cell secreted by brown fat in the body may be responsible for the negative side-effects of stress, Yale researchers report.
Watching what happens when a brain cell dies
Yale neuroscientists have for the first time captured images cellular death and disposal at the level of a single neuron.
Insights & Outcomes: Exosomes, a drug-coated balloon, and new info on AMOC
This month, Insights & Outcomes goes with the flow — from the movement of RNA within the human body to the circulation of water in the Atlantic Ocean.
Artificial intelligence in medicine: getting smarter one patient at a time
Physicians, researchers, and biomedical engineers are using artificial intelligence to pinpoint the specific treatment approach for each patient.