Yale scientists find new way to block cancer-causing HPV virus
Researchers have demonstrated in principle a new biological approach that can stop HPV infection.
Study: Moderate-to-high posttraumatic stress common after trauma exposure
Over 30% of injury survivors who are treated in hospital emergency departments will have moderate-to-severe symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder.
New center to develop treatments for women with problem drinking
Yale scientists were awarded a five-year, $8.4 million grant to establish the Yale-Specialized Center of Research Excellence.
Expensive new drug could undermine HIV prevention efforts
With an effective generic alternative available, the introduction of a new pre-exposure prophylaxis drug may not offer much benefit to patients.
COVID-19 testing: Who’s being tested, and what do tests look for?
YSPH Assistant Professor Amy Bei explains the ins and outs of COVID-19 testing: How tests work, how (and if) to get one, and when a vaccine might be available.
Maintaining lab continuity in the time of COVID-19
Online learning presents unique challenges for classes that involve building complex devices and other hands-on projects. Learn how SEAS has risen to meet them.
Yale leaders talk about COVID-19: Part four in a series
Graduate School Dean Lynn Cooley discusses challenges and opportunities in the university’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.