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A helping hand for tomorrow’s scientists

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A helping hand for tomorrow’s scientists

In an age of unprecedented competition for research grants, philanthropists are helping to kickstart the careers of young scientists

When she arrived at Yale after a successful postdoctoral fellowship, Megan C. King, Ph.D., assistant professor of cell biology, was ready to hit the ground running. But she soon found that setting up a brand-new lab isn’t easy, and has a lot in common with starting a...

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A helping hand for tomorrow’s scientists

New light on congenital heart disease

When a baby is born with a severe heart defect, there is usually no obvious explanation. In the majority of cases the family has no history of such heart problems, and most often the parents carry no known genetic...

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A helping hand for tomorrow’s scientists

Yale-New Haven Health System opens Multiple Sclerosis Center

May 15 marked the opening of the new Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Center at the Yale-New Haven Hospital North Haven Medical Center. The North Haven, Conn., center provides state-of-the-art treatments for MS and rheumatic and...

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A helping hand for tomorrow’s scientists

Faculty medical practice boasts 49 ‘top docs’ in region

New York magazine’s 2013 list of the metropolitan region’s top doctors includes more than four dozen of the physicians of Yale Medical Group (YMG), the medical school’s faculty practice. This year, the magazine named 49...

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