On May 24, 2023, 65 staff members from the Department of Internal Medicine were recognized for service anniversaries, ranging from five to 40 years.
- May 17, 2023Source: The Wall Street Journal
Ania Jastreboff, MD, PhD, associate professor of medicine (endocrinology), comments on the way two new medications are transforming care for patients with obesity.
- May 12, 2023
The Section of Endocrinology and Metabolism is pleased to welcome the following new faculty, staff, and postgraduate fellows and associates.
- May 09, 2023
Irene Chernova, MD, PhD, instructor of medicine (nephrology) has been selected as the recipient of the 2023 Iva Dostanic, MD, PhD, Physician-Scientist Trainee Award.
- April 27, 2023
Kasia Lipska, MD, MHS, associate professor of medicine (endocrinology), discusses the basics of insulin, why it’s so expensive, and what she has uncovered in her investigations.
- April 27, 2023Source: Verywell Health
Kasia Lipska, MD, MHS, associate professor of medicine (endocrinology), weighs in on the high cost of insulin in America.
- April 25, 2023
Rachel Perry, PhD, assistant professor of medicine (endocrinology) and of cellular and molecular physiology, received the Endocrinology and Metabolism Section New Investigator Award from the American Physiological Society (APS) during its summit on April 21.
- April 19, 2023
Dr. Sherwin was a world-renowned endocrinologist and diabetes researcher, a leader who oversaw the growth of clinical and translational research at Yale, and a mentor known for his kindness, warmth, patience, and generosity.
- April 17, 2023
The Kavli Institute for Neuroscience is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2023 Kavli Innovative Research Award: Drs. Seo, Belfort De Aguiar, Yogev, and Tomita.
- April 17, 2023
Whether quality measures should account for differences between clinicians who disproportionately care for patients with social risk factors, such as low income, unstable housing, limited transportation, few social supports, remains controversial. Recently published in JAMA Health Forum, a new study from Yale School of Medicine demonstrates a systematic approach of weighing the pros and cons of adjustment for social risk factors in a measure of clinician quality.