Principal Investigators Dr. Emily Gilmore, MD (Yale), Dr. Kan Ding, MD (UTSW), and Dr. Eric Rosenthal, MD (Massachusetts General Hospital) have received a $3.25 million grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS) for their project entitled: "ELECTRO-BOOST: Electroencephalography for cerebral trauma recovery and oxygenation."
- August 06, 2020Source: YaleNews
Researchers at the Yale Liver Center found that patients with COVID-19 presented with abnormal liver tests at much higher rates than suggested by earlier studies. They also discovered that higher levels of liver enzymes — proteins released when the liver is damaged — were associated with poorer outcomes for these patients, including ICU admission, mechanical ventilation, and death.
- August 06, 2020
The students comprising the incoming Yale School of Medicine (YSM) MD class of 2024 experienced an unconventional recruitment process due to COVID-19, but YSM Director of Admissions Ayaska Fernando says he is thrilled with the exceptional group who have chosen to attend the school.
- August 06, 2020Source: TODAY
To avoid having a bad flu season in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, doctors stress getting your flu shot early in the fall.
- August 05, 2020Source: Yale Medicine
Strong emotions during the pandemic are normal, but some may find that their reactions grow worse over time. Yale doctors offer strategies for coping.
- August 05, 2020Source: Physician's Weekly
Dr. Harlan Krumholz believes the pandemic could be reducing stress for some heart patients, thus reducing heart attacks and strokes.
- August 04, 2020Source: New York Times
Studies of patients with severe cases of Covid-19 show the immune system lacks its usual coordinated response.
- August 04, 2020Source: Yahoo News
Hotels are taking steps to protect their guests from COVID-19, however, visiting them is still risky, says Dr. Albert Ko, a professor of epidemiology and medicine at the Yale School of Public Health.
- August 04, 2020Source: Yahoo Finance
Hotels are taking steps to keep guests safe from COVID-19, but visiting them is still risky, saus Dr. Albert Ko, a professor of epidemiology and medicine at the Yale School of Public Health.
- August 02, 2020Source: Practical Cardiology Podcast
This episode of the Practical Cardiology Podcast features an interview with Dr. Hyung Chun, associate professor of medicine and pathology at Yale School of Medicine and director of Translational Research in the Yale Pulmonary Vascular Disease Program.