Yale psychologists find that adults take girls’ pain less seriously
When gauging how much pain a child is in based on their observation of reactions to a finger-stick, American adults believe boys to be in more pain than girls.
This galaxy is no match for a hungry cluster
Thanks to the Hubble telescope, Yale astronomers were able to witness a new galaxy devoured by a nearby galaxy cluster — a drama over 300 millions years old.
Leasing space at 100 College St., Yale connects medical, central campuses
The downtown New Haven space will be used in support of the initiatives recommended by the University Science Strategy Committee and other academic priorities.
Vaccine expert named first director of Yale Institute for Global Health
Announced in 2017, the institute is a university-wide effort to address global health issues. Dr. Saad B. Omer of Emory will begin as director on July 1.
The journey and experience of a woman at Yale before women at Yale
Christine Curtis recounts her time auditing Yale College courses, from 1963 to 1965 — three years before women were officially admitted as undergraduates.
Yale scientists examine how an immune system protein helps suppress HIV
In two separate studies, Yale researchers identified new targets for HIV suppression therapies: the protein Apobec3A, and in mice the genes Snerv-1 and Snerv-2.
Brain biomarkers identify those at risk of severe PTSD symptoms
A new study of combat veterans has found that those with severe PTSD symptoms have distinct patterns of physiological responses affecting associative learning.