A close look at the microbes that thrive in air conditioning
Due to a combination of moisture and fluctuating temperatures, A/C units are ideal hosts for microbes — from the benign to those that can cause major illness.
Yale scientists probe ‘magical’ royal jelly for clues to control cancer
Tapping into a fresh source from beehives on West Campus, researchers are now exploring how royal jelly might affect cell signaling and growth in cancer cells.
Yale’s Minja bringing interventional radiology training to Tanzania
A native Tanzanian, YSM’s Dr. Frank Minja is working to improve the country’s quality of care through improved medical imaging, training, and teamwork.
Devastating disease of the lung is a new research gift’s focus
Naftali Kaminski is accelerating his research into idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis thanks to a gift from the venture philanthropy group Three Lakes Partners.
Yale cancer researchers suggest new treatment for rare inherited cancers
The promising new treatment option stems from Yale Cancer Center findings that the cancers are driven by a breakdown in how cells repair their DNA.
Yale-developed test for Alzheimer’s disease directly measures synaptic loss
A new method, developed and tested at Yale, directly measures loss of synapses in the area of the brain linked to memory loss.
Cryo tomography brings new life to the study of human biology at Yale
The new technology gives scientists the ability probe the tiniest forms of life in their search for knowledge underlying human disease.