Six Yale affiliates are winners of unrestricted MacArthur ‘genius’ grants
The six are Danielle Citron; Lisa Daugaard ’95 J.D.; Annie Dorsen ’96, ’00 M.F.A.; Saidiya Hartman ’92 Ph.D.; Joshua Tenenbaum ’93; and Emily Wilson ’01 Ph.D.
Yale professors join $100 million Department of Energy desalination effort
SEAS professors Menachem Elimelech and Jaehong Kim will be a part of the Energy-Water Desalination Hub to address water security issues in the United States.
Mammals’ enhanced capacity to see emerges early in development
A new study by a team of Yale researchers examines the neural pathways that shape the way we see the world around us.
Yale researchers use immune system to attack glioblastoma
The Yale laboratory of Sidi Chen has developed advanced gene-editing and screening technology to find new targets for cancer immunotherapy.
Yale and climate change: A world of research
Throughout the university, there are faculty, students, and staff fully engaged in analyzing the geophysical forces at play in global warming.
YSM researcher explores the genetic origins of sex differences in disease
Statistical geneticist Dr. Hongyu Zhao has collected preliminary data to suggest that genetic pathways may relate to some diseases differently in women and men.
Research on mental health following environmental disasters soaring
New research led by YSPH finds that the number of studies on how environmental disasters affect mental health has increased dramatically, with similar findings.