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Unlocking access to HIV care worldwide

Unlocking access to HIV care worldwide

Indonesian foundation’s $5 million gift will enable innovative Yale researcher to expand work on links between HIV, substance abuse

A pioneering HIV/AIDS researcher, epidemiologist, and clinician, Frederick L. Altice, M.D., M.A., has traveled the world pursuing his work on the interface between infectious diseases and substance abuse. He has helped to improve access to care and treatment programs for HIV-infected drug users in Malaysia, the Ukraine, Iran, Russia, Kazakhstan, and Peru. Director of Clinical and Community Research and the founder of the School of Medicine’s HIV in Prisons program, he also provides care to...

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Unlocking access to HIV care worldwide

New chair in interventional radiology honors ‘24/7’ physician

Robert I. White Jr., M.D., professor of diagnostic radiology and director of the Yale Vascular Malformation Center, is a tireless, passionate evangelist for his chosen field of interventional radiology, a medical subspecialty that offers image-guided, catheter-based therapy for disorders of virtually every major organ in the body. So it’s fitting that a new endowed chair at the School of Medicine in interventional...

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A time and a place: a new window on the life of the brain

A time and a place: a new window on the life of the brain

A new study of remarkable size and scope offers clues to how the human brain develops, from its early stages into old age. The landmark research, led by Nenad Sestan, M.D., Ph.D., associate professor of neurobiology and a member of Yale’s Kavli Institute for Neuroscience, found...

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