ISPS marks 50 years of supporting research, shaping policy
Yale’s Institution for Social and Policy Studies has worked on such pressing issues as criminal justice reform, food insecurity, and educational mobility.
Climate players: Animals can swing a landscape’s capacity to store carbon
In a new study, Yale researchers argue that the influence of wild animals on a landscape’s environment must be considered in developing any carbon-cycle models.
When measuring resilience, the type of trauma suffered matters
A new study by YSM and the Connecticut VA shows that one’s ability to cope and thrive after trauma depends on more factors than just the individual.
Yale scientists zero in on a cause of deadly brain bleeds in babies
A Yale-led team has found genetic biomarkers for a significant percentage of a rare but often deadly malformation of blood vessels in the brains of infants.
President Salovey cuts ribbon for Brain Imaging Center using only his mind
From inside an fMRI machine, President Salovey moved a pair of virtual scissors by focusing on certain images for a high-tech ribbon cutting on Dec. 17.
School-based nutritional programs reduce student obesity
Effective programs include offering meals that meet Federal nutrition guidelines, providing nutritional newsletters, and curbing sugary drink consumption.
Pension plan improving mental health in China
As a policy matter, an investment in social pensions could help reduce costs for mental health treatment as well as physical health care, say YSPH researchers.