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Watching what happens when a brain cell dies

June 26, 2020
Yale neuroscientists have for the first time captured images cellular death and disposal at the level of a single neuron.

Insights & Outcomes: Exosomes, a drug-coated balloon, and new info on AMOC

June 26, 2020
This month, Insights & Outcomes goes with the flow — from the movement of RNA within the human body to the circulation of water in the Atlantic Ocean.

Artificial intelligence in medicine: getting smarter one patient at a time

June 25, 2020
Physicians, researchers, and biomedical engineers are using artificial intelligence to pinpoint the specific treatment approach for each patient.

Yale, Cambridge scientists discover immune pathway for detecting infection

June 24, 2020
Dr. John MacMicking, an HHMI investigator in the Yale Systems Biology Institute, has discovered a new way in which human cells recognize food-borne infections.

Yale, Cambridge scientists discover immune pathway for detecting infection

June 24, 2020
Dr. John MacMicking, an HHMI investigator in the Yale Systems Biology Institute, has discovered a new way in which human cells recognize food-borne infections.

Yale named Top Ten Center of Biomedical Research by The Hartwell Foundation

June 24, 2020
Yale garners the distinction for its strengths in child health research in alignment with the foundation’s philanthropic mission.

Blocking a ‘jamming signal’ can unleash immune system to fight tumors

June 24, 2020
Yale researchers have discovered a way to help a powerful immune system stimulant called interleukin-18 reach tumors and fight off difficult cancers.