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We’re more likely to stick to decisions rooted in emotions

June 23, 2020
People are more stubborn in defending decisions they make with their gut than those they make deliberately and rationally, new SOM-led research finds.

Existing drugs may limit damage caused by HIV

June 23, 2020
After screening 1,430 drugs, Yale researchers have identified four that may help minimize the long-term health effects of HIV infection.

How WHRY fellows are adapting and advancing research during COVID-19

June 19, 2020
Through the pandemic, Women’s Health Research at Yale fellows have continued to do their part through research, clinical work, and more.

Tsai CITY student innovators: Michelle Badr ’20 M.Arch.

June 19, 2020
Badr describes her involvement with Tsai CITY as a helpful reminder of opportunities for engagement across disciplines.

Repurposed drug shows promise for treating COVID-19 inflammation

June 18, 2020
Yale clinicians report promising results after treating COVID-19 with the drug tocilizumab, which is known to reduce inflammation in chemotherapy patients.

Repurposed drug shows promise for treating COVID-19 inflammation

June 18, 2020
Yale clinicians report promising results after treating COVID-19 with the drug tocilizumab, which is known to reduce inflammation in chemotherapy patients.

Will chemo cause heart failure? A new test may have answers

June 18, 2020
Yale doctors have developed a technique to predict whether cancer patients receiving the drug doxorubicin are likely to experience heart failure as a result.