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Immunotherapy delays type 1 diabetes in people at high risk

June 9, 2019
Teplizumab, a drug that disrupts the immune system’s destruction of beta cells, has been shown to slow the progression of type 1 diabetes in a new study.

In video series, Yale experts talk strategy for ‘raising children of peace’

June 6, 2019
The Early Childhood Peace Consortium is launching a new 14-part video series led by researchers from the Yale Child Study Center.

In video series, Yale experts talk strategy for ‘raising children of peace’

June 6, 2019
The Early Childhood Peace Consortium is launching a new 14-part video series led by researchers from the Yale Child Study Center.

Better science, better lives for women and men: Q&A with Carolyn Mazure

June 6, 2019
For two decades, the Women’s Health Research at Yale director has prompted change in how investigators focus on the “who” and “what” of medical science.

Better science, better lives for women and men: Q&A with Carolyn Mazure

June 6, 2019
For two decades, the Women’s Health Research at Yale director has prompted change in how investigators focus on the “who” and “what” of medical science.

Preprint server for health sciences will ‘accelerate’ research

June 6, 2019
Yale, Cold Spring Harbor Lab, and BMJ have announced the launch of medRxiv, an online distributor and archive for preprints in the medical and health sciences.

Yale researchers partner with state in India to reduce harmful emissions

June 5, 2019
Collaborating with Yale’s Economic Growth Center, the Indian state of Gujarat has launched the first ever emissions trading system for particulate pollution.