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New funding paradigms reshape research

Despite a tougher climate for NIH dollars, school gets its largest grant ever as part of Roadmap initiative.

Flat funding and a new research paradigm have turned federal funding of medical research on its head. After the recent doubling of the budget of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), funding has leveled off, resulting in a net decrease thanks to inflation. And the NIH is shifting the remaining dollars away from lone investigators to multidisciplinary teams of scientists.Both trends are being felt at the School of Medicine. In October the school received its largest NIH research grant ever, a $57.3-million Clinical and Translational Science Award (CTSA), a new grant designed to encourage interdisciplinary research and the rapid movement of...

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University hopes to build on success in campaign for “Yale Tomorrow”

Nearly a decade after the close of its last major fund-raising campaign, Yale has begun a five-year...

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Years after gas attack, the horror lingers in an Iranian town, EPH alumna finds

Years after gas attack, the horror lingers in an Iranian town, EPH alumna finds

After every bombing, people in Sardasht, a small town at the foot of Iran’s Zagros Mountains, ran...

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Stem cell program gets under way at Yale with arrival of cell biologist

Stem cell program gets under way at Yale with arrival of cell biologist

One of the nation’s leading stem cell biologists arrived at Yale last summer to lead a new program...

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Roundup

Yale licenses AIDS drug

Yale University concluded in June a license agreement granting Oncolys BioPharma of Tokyo exclusive rights to develop a...

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New MR system at Yale

Yale will receive a $2 million High-End Instrumentation (HEI) grant from the National Center for Research Resources...

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