How an emerging tick-borne pathogen evades detection
Researchers have discovered how Babesia microti, one of the parasites that transmit the disease babesiosis, communicates with its host to export its antigens.
Scholars gather at Yale to advance systems approach to cancer
Scientists from across the region gathered June 17 for the Advances in Systems Analysis of Aggressive Cancers symposium at the Yale Systems Biology Institute.
Federal guidelines may restrict women’s access to effective HIV protection
Restrictive recommendations for pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) issued by the CDC systematically disqualified nearly all women at risk for HIV.
YSPH, GHLI researchers receive Gates Foundation funding for global projects
A cohort of global health researchers at Yale have received Grand Challenges Explorations grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The ‘global closet’: Majority of world’s LGBT population hide orientation
A new Yale School of Public Health study finds that an estimated 83 percent of the planet’s lesbian, gay, and bisexual people keep their orientation hidden.
Same brain region weighs decisions made for others as well as for self
Researchers have found that the area of the brain called the dorsomedial prefrontal cortex performs calculations for choices made for oneself and for others.
New YSoA seminar tackles questions of inequality and climate change
The seminar “MANY: Facilitating Migration Through an Exchange of Needs” aims to compile practical research and viewpoints about migration — and to spur action.