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Medical school welcomes first Gilliam Fellows

Howard Hughes initiative aims to diversify graduate biomedical education

At age 10, Meisha Bynoe dreamed of saving lives in her Caribbean homeland, St. Vincent and the Grenadines. As a child, Imran Babar was fascinated with the science underlying life on his family’s Minnesota farm. Last fall, both brought their curiosity and passion to...

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New collaboration with museum aims to improve science literacy

Amid concern about the effectiveness of science education, epidemiologists at the School of Medicine, educators at Yale’s Peabody Museum of Natural History and researchers at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment...

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Yale, VA supporting troops on the home front

More than 1.2 million Americans have gone to war in Iraq and Afghanistan since September 2001, over a quarter of whom have served more than one tour of duty. This state of affairs has created a heightened sense of...

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Unlikely allies, common goals in fight against obesity

Unlikely allies, common goals in fight against obesity

The sharply rising rate of obesity in America over the past two decades has engendered a fierce public debate, pitting those who hold the food industry responsible for making and promoting unhealthy foods against those...

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