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Immune system variation can predict severe COVID-19 outcomes

July 27, 2020
The differing immune system responses of patients with COVID-19 can help predict who will experience moderate and severe consequences of disease.

Single cells have their own defenses against pathogens

July 24, 2020
New Yale research describes the role played by the mitochondria in creating an anti-microbial compound capable of combatting the cause of typhoid fever.

Why isn’t buprenorphine reaching more opioid addiction patients?

July 23, 2020
The drug buprenorphine is a safer and more effective treatment for opioid use disorder than its predecessors. But one study says not enough people are using it.

Study reveals gender inequality in telecommuting

July 17, 2020
New research shows that telecommuting moms bear the brunt of domestic labor when both parents work from home, affecting professional and emotional wellbeing.

Study reveals gender inequality in telecommuting

July 17, 2020
New research shows that telecommuting moms bear the brunt of domestic labor when both parents work from home, affecting professional and emotional wellbeing.

Yale researchers discover potential treatment for rare degenerative disease

July 16, 2020
Yale pharmacologist Barbara Ehrlich and her team have uncovered the driver of a rare, lethal disease called Wolfram Syndrome — and also a potential treatment.

Applied Physics joins the School of Engineering & Applied Science

July 16, 2020
The move, effective as of July 1, brings Yale one step closer to fulfilling its strategy for the sciences and engineering.