Chronicle

A new site for sore eyes

A new site for sore eyes

After 10 years, doctors and patients welcome the return of an eye clinic to the Hill Health Center.

When Candace Ford went for her exam at the new eye clinic in the Hill Health Center, doctors said they couldn’t test her while she was wearing her contact lenses; they wanted to see her glasses. So Ford ran home to get what she needed and was back in the examining chair within minutes.

This kind of convenience for Hill neighborhood residents, many of whom don’t own cars, is one of the many reasons...

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Contract still unresolved, union strikers spend five days out in the cold

Contract still unresolved, union strikers spend five days out in the cold

During a week of subfreezing temperatures, a heavy rain and a blizzard, thousands of Yale employees, including hundreds at the medical school, took to the streets in March to strike over contract negotiations that had stalled over wages, job security and pension benefits. The strike had clerical and technical workers from Local 34 and service and maintenance employees from Local 35 sharing picket lines with hundreds...

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Does industry funding equal conflict of interest? Often it does, Yale authors claim

Does industry funding equal conflict of interest? Often it does, Yale authors claim

As biomedical researchers increase their dependence on industry support for research, Yale investigators say this...

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NIH awards Yale $18 million to develop new technologies for proteomics research

The university has received an $18.2 million award from the National Institutes of Health to establish one of 10...

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A winning spirit

A winning spirit

When 12-year-old Millie Suggs rode her wheelchair in a Family Fun race at Disney World in January, two second-year...

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Roundup

The thesis goes digital

With a vision of electrons prevailing over paper, Charles J. Greenberg, M.L.S., M.Ed., head of reference services at...

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Two yale experts on bioethics panel

As medical and ethical concerns move from the laboratory to the front page, the Bush Administration has named 11...

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