Batista and Szabó appointed to endowed chairs
Victor Salvador Batista and Zoltán Szabó were appointed to endowed professorships.
Study predicts modest impact from additional dose of rotavirus vaccine
YSPH researchers have shed insight on the vaccine’s effectiveness in low-income countries concerned about protecting against the highly contagious disease.
Study offers insight into effects of housing eviction on people’s lives
A new study finds that by the time most tenants land in eviction court, they have already suffered years of intensifying financial distress.
Researchers describe building blocks of HIV’s protective shell
New research into capsids — protective proteins that help HIV thrive — may lead to new ways to boost the immune system’s defenses against the virus.
Study: Husbands benefit from mutual caregiving, wives feel more distressed
Men and women respond differently when their spouse becomes their primary caregiver in old age, a Yale School of Public Health study has found.
REVU puts ‘boots on the ground’ to get vets research experience
The Research Experience for Veteran Undergraduates program is a nine-week summer research program that immerses a select group of vets in the scientific life.
Study shows surprising trends for a serious lung condition
A new study has found that for Medicare beneficiaries aged 65 and older, pulmonary embolisms are becoming less deadly thanks in part to improved technology.