Chronicle

A 19th-century craft immortalizes the august

A 19th-century craft immortalizes the august

In the 1950s a Yale professor created plaster casts of the faces of the medical school’s greats.

In the corridors of the Sterling Hall of Medicine, great men stare out from their portraits with expressions of visionary compassion. But to see what some eminent professors of yesteryear looked like in three dimensions, one must visit the library.

William Lawrence, D.D.S., former associate professor and chief of dental surgery, recently donated to the Historical Library at the Cushing/Whitney...

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Bringing management strategies to Ethiopia’s hospital system

Bringing management strategies to Ethiopia’s hospital system

In December 1995, Elizabeth H. Bradley, M.B.A., Ph.D. ’96, professor of public health, received a call

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An anatomist’s recovery: surgery hits close to home for head of first-year course

An anatomist’s recovery: surgery hits close to home for head of first-year course

First-year medical students had to make do without one of their most beloved professors last spring, when William B....

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Armenian rector visits Yale

Armenian rector visits Yale

Gohar P. Kyalyan, M.D., rector of Yerevan State Medical University in Armenia, met with Dean Robert J. Alpern, M.D., in...

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Student-run free clinic wins Ivy Award for service to the New Haven community

Student-run free clinic wins Ivy Award for service to the New Haven community

Working at HAVEN Free Clinic has given first-year medical student Emma Barber, who serves as associate director, the...

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Roundup

Tracking the Yale shuttle online

A new service has taken the guesswork out of waiting for the Yale shuttle. Anyone with a computer, a Web-based cell...

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Policy benefits grad students

Any graduate student knows that juggling research, teaching duties and scholarship is challenging enough, and becomes...

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