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Scientists identify method to study resilience to pain

December 13, 2018
A team from YSM and the Veterans Affairs Connecticut Healthcare System have pinpointed genes that contribute to inter-individual differences in pain.

Scientists identify method to study resilience to pain

December 13, 2018
A team from YSM and the Veterans Affairs Connecticut Healthcare System have pinpointed genes that contribute to inter-individual differences in pain.

Donoghue named director of Yale Institute for Biospheric Studies

December 13, 2018
The appointment was announced Dec. 13 by Vice Provost for Research Peter Schiffer. Donoghue’s three-year term will begin on Jan. 1.

Adaptive Phage Therapeutics to collaborate with Yale’s Paul Turner Lab

December 13, 2018
APT, a biotech company, will manufacture and supply therapeutic bacteriophage for use by the Turner Lab during clinical trials.

In the developing brain, scientists find roots of neuropsychiatric diseases

December 13, 2018
Yale researchers are part of a multi-institutional team that has just completed the most comprehensive genomic analysis of the human brain ever undertaken.

Marcia Johnson wins Benjamin Franklin Medal for memory research

December 10, 2018
Johnson, Sterling Professor Emerita of Psychology, has received the prestigious award for her contributions to psychology, brain science, and human development.

Why take YData? Because data science shouldn’t be a ‘black box’

December 10, 2018
YData, a new introductory-level lecture course co-taught by Professors Jessi Cisewski and John Lafferty, will aim to “demystify” data science for students.