Yale study provides insights into how fibrosis progresses in the human lung
A Yale study provides the first computational model of disease progression in the idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis lung — and a novel way to explore this model.
New finding offers possibility for preventing age-related metabolic disease
Proliferating adipose B cells in the belly may be a prime culprit behind rising rates of metabolic dysfunction in old age.
Behind the scenes in the Yale Medicine flu lab
Dr. Marie Louise Landry discusses how the Yale Clinical Virology lab works with the CDC to study flu-related developments in real time.
Yale study: Doctors give electronic health records an ‘F’
Widespread use of electronic health records contributes to doctor burnout — and takes time away from patients — according to a new Yale study.
Yale study reveals ‘hyperhotspots’ for identifying skin cancer risk
Previously thought to be random, cancer-causing mutations may result from genetic hotspots up to 170-fold more sensitive to ultraviolet radiation from sunlight.
Scott Strobel named Yale provost
Strobel, a renowned educator and researcher, will be the university’s next chief academic and budgetary officer. He assumes the post Jan. 1.
Yale scientists capture dynamic brain in action
For the first time, researchers have developed a way to combine microscopic technologies to provide a glimpse of the entire brain at work in real time.