Yale School of Medicine enhances its cytometry capabilities
Yale is now one of the first U.S. centers to adopt a technology that reveals far more than past methods about the cellular compositions of specimens.
Immune response to Zika virus contributes to fetal harm
The same proteins that mount a potent immune response to Zika viral infection can also harm the placenta and fetal development, according to a Yale-led study.
Cellular hitchhikers aid recovery from spinal cord injury
The healing effects of stem cells in spinal cord injury can be aided by their ability to move to specific anti-inflammatory cells called M2 macrophages.
Study shows treeshrews break evolutionary ‘rules’
Common treeshrews native to Southeast Asia have been shown to break two common bits of evolutionary wisdom: the island rule and Bergmann’s rule.
Uncovering asthma’s genetic origins
YSPH explores how researchers are combing through mountains of data to understand a disease that afflicts growing numbers of children and adults.
Gao Yufang on taking a new approach to stopping the ivory trade
Gao Yufang ’14 M.E.Sc. discusses a new paper he has co-authored, calling for a holistic, values-based approach to addressing the epidemic of elephant poaching.
Yale study: Violence declines during intensive PTSD treatment
An intensive Veterans Health Administration treatment program can reduce violent behavior in combat veterans with PTSD, according to new research.