Study suggests expanded range for emerging tick-borne disease
New research led by the Yale School of Public Health suggests that Borrelia miyamotoi’s geographic range is bicoastal, far larger than previously believed.
Secrets of a little-known cancer ally revealed
A Yale-led team has found a sort of master switching network of proteins crucial to sustain cell growth — process that human cancer often relies on.
In Uganda, availability of medicines for chronic diseases varies widely
Researchers from Yale, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, and Uganda have released a new study which details medical disparities that are rife across the country.
Studying the effects of early childhood circumstances on long-term health
YSPH’s Xi Chen wants to understand how factors like religious fasting during pregnancy can affect public health and human capital over time.
Positive attitudes about aging reduce risk of dementia in older adults
Even in older adults with a high genetic risk for developing dementia, a positive attitude toward aging can reduce the risk of developing it by nearly 50%.
Two Yale teams awarded BioScience Pipeline grants for cancer-fighting tech
Founded in 2015, the BioScience Pipeline program enhances biomedical commercialization by providing milestone-based funding of up to $30,000 per project.
Yale Science Building reaches for new heights
Slated for completion in 2019, the building was “topped off” in a ceremony including President Salovey and Vice Provost for Research Peter Schiffer on Jan. 31.