Better vaccine targeting: study identifies key mechanism
New Yale-led research could have a significant impact on how vaccines are delivered, especially during pandemics.
Hepatitis C ‘treatment as prevention’ strategy examined in new study
New findings by Yale researchers indicate that expanding hepatitis C treatment improves the effectiveness of prevention efforts for some high-risk individuals.
Combining machine and nanoparticles for better transplant outcomes
Yale researchers have successfully used a nanotechnology-enhanced drug therapy to suppress inflammation and prevent infection in new kidney transplants.
Small but distinct differences among species mark evolution of human brain
A new study shows that the human brain is not only a larger version of the ancestral primate brain but also one filled with distinct and surprising differences.
Salovey to alumni: Yale is forging connections to solve real-world problems
President Peter Salovey discussed how Yale is nurturing connectivity and innovation in the arts, humanities, social sciences, sciences, and medicine.
Zika-related nerve damage caused by immune response to the virus
The immune system’s response to the Zika virus may be responsible for nerve-related complications of infection, according to a Yale study.
Yale engineering team developing a tiny device to improve global health
Yale engineers are working to develop a novel method that could dramatically change how tuberculosis is diagnosed and treated.