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- September 11, 2023
Yale Open Data Access Project Reaches Milestone in Helping to Maximize the Use of Clinical Trial Data for Research
The Yale Open Data Access (YODA) Project, a pioneering initiative to promote open science and facilitate sharing of clinical trial research data, has reached the milestone of supporting more than 100 publications.
- September 11, 2023Source: Yale Daily News
While new Yale research shows promising uses for artificial intelligence in healthcare, questions remain.
- August 23, 2023
A novel application of deep learning could detect severe aortic stenosis early, researchers say.
- August 10, 2023
Wearable devices often pick up noisy electrocardiograms (ECGs), which can hinder artificial intelligence (AI)-based detection of cardiovascular disease. In a new paper published in npj Digital Medicine, researchers from Yale Cardiovascular Medicine and Computer Science developed a noise-adapted AI model that can detect left ventricular systolic dysfunction (LVSD) from ECGs obtained by wearable devices.
- July 27, 2023Source: YaleNews
Many engineered T cells become tainted with the remnants of cancer antigens, which causes them to turn against other T cells. This eventually depletes the body of cancer-fighting cells and opens the door for a recurrence of cancer. A new Yale study, however, has identified a way to tame the self-destructive tendencies of these killer T cells.
- July 19, 2023Source: STAT
As wearable health devices grow more popular, there’s an opportunity to track the broader adult population’s heart health. But it’s much harder for smartwatches to accurately detect the heart’s electrical signals.
- July 12, 2023Source: MedPage Today
Don't fear ChatGPT and other LLMs, but use them responsibly, urges Harlan Krumholz, MD.
- July 10, 2023Source: Yale West Campus
Scientists at Yale have developed a new gene delivery and immune cell engineering technology with the potential to advance cell therapies for cancer and other diseases.
- July 05, 2023
Yale School of Public Health Professor Shuangge (Steven) Ma, PhD, has been appointed as the new chair of the Department of Biostatistics, effective July 1, 2023.