Lab ‘failure’ leads to potential treatment for obesity
Yale scientists’ failure to create a morbidly obese mouse in the lab may have led to a promising discovery for the treatment of obesity in humans.
Function of gene mutations linked to neurological diseases identified
New research by Yale investigators into the function of VPS13 proteins may help to develop new therapies for Parkinson’s disease.
Broad genetic testing for advanced lung cancer may not improve survival
Personalized lung cancer treatment based on broad-based genomic sequencing may not be effective enough to warrant the cost of testing, suggests a new study.
Four faculty members appointed to endowed professorships
Four faculty members — Ardis Butterfield, Grace Kao, Robert Stepto, and Harrison Zhou — have been appointed to endowed professorships.
Ancient sea sediments speak: No ‘Big Bang’ for burrowers
Undersea burrowing animals have had profound effects on the planet’s ecosystem — but their emergence was anything but sudden, according to a new study.
Dr. Michael Simons appointed the Von Zedtwitz Professor of Cardiology
Simons conducts research on the biology of arterial vasculature, spanning basic, translational, and clinical areas of investigations.
RFF awards Yale collaboration examining remote sensing in Himalaya
An interdisciplinary collaboration between two F&ES professors on satellite-based earth observation has received a $100,000 award from Resources for the Future.