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Finding new ways to calm storms in the brain

For more than four decades, the Yale Epilepsy Program has led the way in research

When Dennis D. Spencer, M.D., a tall, soft-spoken man with an Iowa drawl and a mostly gray beard, speaks about his many colleagues in the Yale Epilepsy Program (YEP), he lists name after name, but always comes back to the word “team.” Much like the interdependent cells...

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Newest research building is recognized for environmental features

Newest research building is recognized for environmental features

The research building at 10 Amistad Street in New Haven has been awarded the LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design.Completed in 2007, the building...

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Not just weight loss: the new stomach surgery

Not just weight loss: the new stomach surgery

Bariatric surgery, long a popular operation for patients who want to lose weight, has gained some weight of its own in recent years. Once called “stomach stapling” and viewed simply as a technique to help the obese shed...

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