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A major boost for recruiting top doctors

A major boost for recruiting top doctors

Greenwich philanthropist calls $10 million gift a “strategic investment”

James M. Allwin, president of Aetos Capital, LLC, an investment management firm based in New York, has donated $10 million to the School of Medicine to attract more of the world’s best clinicians and clinical researchers to Yale. Allwin, a resident of Greenwich, Conn., who serves on the board of the Yale New Haven Health System and on the advisory board of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, says that his gift mirrors the philosophy he employs in his business: “It’s my hope that by investing in

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A major boost for recruiting top doctors

Of moths and mice: jumping genes make big leap to mammals

The Human Genome Project succeeded at the monumental task of assembling a complete parts list for the human body by decoding the DNA sequence of each and every human gene. But an even harder job remains: determining the function of each gene in health and disease.

A new tool for genome research, developed by Tian Xu, Ph.D., professor and vice chair of genetics and Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator, with...

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Program aims to close the gender gap in medical research

Program aims to close the gender gap in medical research

Until the National Institutes of Health (NIH), America’s largest funder of biomedical research, required scientists to include women in their studies in 1993, it was generally assumed that data gained from clinical research on men would apply to women.

Women’s Health Research at...

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