Five young Yale scientists recognized for excellence
Five Yale faculty members are among the 84 young researchers designated as Faculty Scholars under a new program to promote early career scientists, launched by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, the Simons Foundation, and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Experts Study Implications of Genetic Markers in Prostate Cancer
In this video, Stacy Loeb, MD, MSc, and Veda N. Giri, MD, discuss the European Urology paper “Genetic Risk Prediction for Prostate Cancer: Implications for Early Detection and Prevention,” for which they served as coauthors. Giri is division chief of Clinical Cancer Genetics for Yale Cancer Center and Smilow Cancer and assistant director of Clinical Cancer Genetics for Yale Cancer Center, New Haven, Connecticut. Loeb is a professor in the departments of urology and population health at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine, New York City, New York.Source: Urology Times
What Is Cardiac Arrest? What to Know About Why Damar Hamlin Collapsed
After Damar Hamlin of the Buffalo Bills collapsed Monday night following a hit during a National Football League game against the Cincinnati Bengals, his team said the 24-year-old safety had suffered a cardiac arrest.Source: Wall Street Journal
Study Examines Dementia Caregiver Experiences and Preparedness
As the global population ages, people providing care for more than one family member or close other across adulthood is becoming increasingly common. Yet little is known about the ways prior caregiving experiences shape an individual’s future preparedness when it comes to caring for additional people living with dementia.
Associate Professor Xi Chen discusses global health challenges of Alzheimer’s disease
In recognition of November as Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month, Yale School of Public Health Associate Professor Xi Chen, an affiliate of Yale’s Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, recently discussed the latest trends in Alzheimer’s disease research and treatment.
Yale School of Public Health joins CDC-funded Pathogen Genomics Center of Excellence
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has selected the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) and six other partners to make up its new Pathogen Genomics Center of Excellence, one of five such centers recently launched by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. With $25 million in funding over five years, the center’s goal will be to improve technologies and coordinated processes for systematically monitoring infectious diseases and emerging variants, enabling the U.S. to better prevent and respond to outbreaks.
Nathan Grubaugh honored with prestigious NIH New Innovator award
Yale School of Public Health Associate Professor Nathan Grubaugh has received a prestigious New Innovator Award from the National Institutes of Health in recognition of his potentially transformative biomedical research as a young career investigator.
Yale Biostatistician Heping Zhang Delivers Prestigious Neyman Lecture
Heping Zhang, the Susan Dwight Bliss Professor of Biostatistics at the Yale School of Public Health, recently delivered the prestigious 2022 Neyman Memorial Lecture presented by the Institute of Mathematical Statistics (IMS) – one of the highest honors in statistical societies.