Study identifies potential therapy for disease affecting preemies
20% of premature infants suffer a potentially fatal hemorrhage in a vital region of the brain. New Yale research may provide a life-saving treatment option.
Household immigration status may impact Medicaid enrollment, study finds
Individuals who are eligible for Medicaid and live in households with undocumented immigrants appear less likely to enroll, new Yale research finds.
Breast cancer care in U.S. territories lags behind care in states
Women in American Samoa, the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico are less likely than those on the mainland to receive care.
Chemists crack part of the catalytic code
The discovery, a new way to work with heterogeneous catalysts, may have practical applications for producing fuels with sustainable solar energy.
Genetic sequencing in heart disease patients can benefit families
A type of genetic sequencing is providing patients and doctors with detailed information that can be used to find possible culprits in inherited heart disease.
YSM researcher explores how sex hormones regulate memory formation
Funded by Women’s Health Research at Yale, Dr. Karyn Frick researches estrogen, progesterone, and clues to ward off Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias.
Electric wave engulfs brain at first blush of consciousness
Yale researchers have captured what happens in the split second before the emergence of consciousness, a fundamental state of human life.