Fighting for hope: breast cancer research at Yale
Researchers at Yale and around the globe are working tirelessly to save lives by advancing the science and practice of breast cancer treatment and prevention.
Yale scientists help immune system find hidden cancer cells
A new Yale-developed immunotherapy system has been shown to reduce or eliminate melanoma and triple-negative breast and pancreatic tumors in mice.
Simple test predicts older heart attack patients’ independence, function
A simple walking test can evaluate the likelihood of functional decline in older adults following a heart attack, according to research led by Alexandra Hajduk.
YSPH partners with University of Puerto Rico to address HIV
The collaboration will aim to improve access to HIV testing, treatment, and care as part of the federal government’s Ending the HIV Epidemic initiative.
Nobel laureate John Goodenough ’44 inspires next generation of scientists
John Goodenough ’44 B.A., a professor at the University of Texas-Austin, won the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his work developing the lithium-ion battery.
Brain hemorrhage surgery boosts survival, but disability risk still high
A new meta-analysis offers insight into which among the 35,000 annual intracerebral hemorrhage patients in Europe and America would most benefit from surgery.
Mental health outcomes improve for transgender individuals after surgery
Those who receive gender-affirming surgery are much less likely to seek mental health treatment or attempt suicide in the years following, a YSPH study finds.