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Mending the human machine

Yale’s youngest department casts a campus-wide net in search of new therapies

With its mirror-like reflection of the grand old houses of Hillhouse Avenue and Trumbull Street, the sweeping glass façade of the Daniel L. Malone Engineering Center is one of the most striking sights in New Haven these days. As the new home for Yale’s Department of...

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Yale scientist shares $1 million Dan David prize for work on cell signaling and cancer

Yale scientist shares $1 million Dan David prize for work on cell signaling and cancer

Though 2006 is not even half over, it’s already a year to remember for Joseph Schlessinger, Ph.D., chair and William H. Prusoff Professor of Pharmacology. In late January, a new drug based on Schlessinger’s research was...

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CT scanning expert is new leader of Yale radiologists

Following a nationwide search, James A. Brink, M.D., a Harvard-trained radiologist, has been named chair of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology at the School of Medicine and chief of diagnostic imaging at Yale-New...

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Medical historian Warner is appointed to Avalon Professorship

Medical historian Warner is appointed to Avalon Professorship

John Harley Warner, Ph.D., chair of the Section of the History of Medicine at the School of Medicine, was named Avalon Professor of the History of Medicine by the Yale Corporation in December.Warner is an expert on the...

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