Because of the rarity and diversity of senescent cells, they have been difficult to identify and study, but the undertaking in which Wang will participate will use modern technologies to develop data in ways not previously available.
- October 12, 2021
ADPKD is Reversible in Preclinical Models, Finds New Yale Study
- October 06, 2021Source: YaleNews
Yale researchers have identified key changes in gene expression and structure within the developing human brain that make it unique among all animal species.
- October 01, 2021
We are excited to welcome Dhruvi Shah as a postgraduate associate jointly working in our lab and the Joshi Lab in Immunobiology! Dhruvi completed an integrated Msc. in Cell and Molecular Biology at the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda in Vadodara, India, studying energy pathways in macrophage polarization. In the lab, she will be using organoid models to study how obesity shapes anti-tumor immunity in pancreatic cancer.
- September 30, 2021
Postdoctoral researchers often have to make sacrifices in pursuit of their research. In particular, many enter these programs at fundamental moments in their own lives—such as having young children or when they’re planning to start a family. Yale School of Medicine has recognized these challenges, and is pioneering ways to rectify the difficulties they cause.
- September 20, 2021
Genetic counselors bridge the gap between the technical, scientific information of a genetic disease diagnosis or test result and the patient’s understanding of how their genetic information affects their health.
- September 17, 2021Source: The New York Times
With $15 million in private funding, Colossal aims to bring thousands of woolly mammoths back to Siberia. Some scientists are deeply skeptical that will happen.
- September 09, 2021Source: Yale Medicine
At Yale, a project called “Generations” is performing a 10-gene analysis to provide people with information about their risk for 10 diseases, all of them heart- or cancer-related. Anyone is eligible and the analysis is free of charge.
- September 07, 2021
WHRY is now accepting letters of intent for studies that advance our understanding of the health of women and/or sex/gender differences that influence health.
- September 01, 2021Source: GEN
Scientists based at Yale University have been using multiplexed error robust fluorescence in situ hybridization (MERFISH) to investigate the spatial transcriptome profiles of individual cells in intact tissue.