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For management expert, the key to good health care is all in the details

As a teenager in New Britain, Conn., Elizabeth H. Bradley, Ph.D., volunteered at the local hospital, but she had little interest in being a physician. “The adults I knew were in manufacturing as engineers or management,” says Bradley. “To me, the interesting part of a...

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Making hospitals better

Tumor virus expert will direct research at Cancer Center

Daniel C. DiMaio, M.D., Ph.D., the Waldemar Von Zedtwitz Professor and vice chair of genetics and professor of therapeutic radiology, has been named scientific director of Yale Cancer Center (YCC). In this new role,...

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Two Yale RNA experts receive Ellison awards

Two Yale RNA experts receive Ellison awards

The Ellison Medical Foundation (EMF) has named two Yale scientists Senior Scholars in Aging, an award that recognizes creative and productive research into processes that affect lifespan and age-related diseases and...

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Honoring fifty years of far-reaching scientific influence

In recognition of his 50 years of research, teaching and leadership in the field of nephrology, Gerhard H. Giebisch, M.D., Sterling Professor Emeritus of Cellular and Molecular Physiology, was awarded the 2006 John P....

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Scientist wins Wiley Prize for protein-folding research

Scientist wins Wiley Prize for protein-folding research

Although Arthur L. Horwich, M.D., prefers to spend as much of his time as possible in the lab, he made a happy exception on April 6, when he traveled to The Rockefeller University in New York City to accept the Wiley...

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