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it was clear to people who spoke and those who listened, some with quivering voices and tears in their eyes, that the fear the recent shooting spree in Atlanta generated is not a new feeling for Asian Americans.
- April 01, 2021
The Yale School of Medicine (YSM) Office of Education (OoE) has established a new Thread for the four-year medical student curriculum—the Health Equity Thread (HET).
- March 31, 2021Source: New Haven Independent
Nunez-Smith receives Visionary Leadership Award
- March 25, 2021
The March 4 virtual opening of Community in a Time of Crisis: Yale, New Haven, and HIV/AIDS, 1981-1996 includes a virtual tour of the exhibition
- March 22, 2021
Vázquez has extensive experience as an advocate for diversity and inclusion and has led efforts to recruit and retain underrepresented minorities in academic programs.
- March 18, 2021
Dear Colleagues: It is with much sadness that we send this message. We are dismayed that hate crimes continue to be a problem in our country. While the senseless murders in Atlanta have not yet been ruled a hate crime by law enforcement, six of the eight victims were of Asian descent.
- February 25, 2021Source: Courier
Only 6% of Black Americans Have Been Vaccinated. Here’s How Biden Is Trying to Change That.
- February 25, 2021
When it comes to unlocking the secrets of DNA repair, Yale Cancer Center has an armamentarium at work. In the last two years, Yale’s team has made significant advances in targeting the BRCA-dependent DNA repair axis for cancer therapy and determined that both BRCA1 and BRCA2 protein are involved in DNA repair, but they have fundamentally different mechanisms.
- February 17, 2021
The fellows largely represented communities that have been historically unrepresented in the field of medical research, including those from ethnic and racial minorities, those with disabilities, those from low socioeconomic backgrounds, women, or those who identify as LGBTQI+.
- February 09, 2021
Record-Breaking Attendance at 2021 URiM Dinner