The new shots designed to protect against XBB.1.5 should also protect against more recent virus strains, including EG.5 and BA.2.86.
- October 02, 2023
“I fell in love with research”: How the Global Health Equity Scholars Consortium supercharged early careers
Nearly 200 Fellows have participated in the Global Health Equity Scholars Consortium, a groundbreaking collaboration between Yale University, the University of California at Berkeley, Stanford University, the University of Arizona, and 30 LMIC institutions that formed in 2012.
- September 29, 2023Source: The Washington Post
Public health experts and medical providers are warning that respiratory viruses pose a severe risk to children this fall, and they are emphasizing the importance of vaccines in keeping kids safe.
- September 28, 2023
A mobile pharmacy and clinic will serve people with OUD and other substance use disorders who are at risk or living with infectious diseases like HIV, in their communities.
- September 27, 2023
SEICHE Center for Health and Justice Targets Disease Education Through New Initiative with World Health Organization
Identifying innovative solutions to improve the health of people impacted by incarceration is part of the mission of Yale’s SEICHE Center for Health and Justice. On Monday, September 25, the Center announced its latest initiative to assist this historically underserved population, new programs to educate correctional health care workers on providing care for both non-communicable diseases such as high blood pressure or diabetes, and infectious diseases like hepatitis C.
- September 25, 2023
In the new report, there are updates from our clinical programs, research endeavors, our work on diversity, equity, and inclusion, and educational programs. Our faculty members were honored for their educational excellence. Research initiatives at Yale received applause on the national and international stages. This book highlights all that we have accomplished together this past year…
- September 21, 2023Source: NBC TODAY
Flu season is approaching in the United States. Here's what you can expect this year — and when to get your flu vaccine to help you stay safe.
- September 20, 2023Source: Yale Medicine
You may not always need a mask, but wearing one in certain situations could be helpful.
- September 14, 2023
Florida Surgeon General's Claim That Updated COVID Vaccines Weren't Clinically Tested, Including on Humans, Is MisleadingSource: MSN
Scott Roberts, MD, assistant professor of medicine (infectious diseases), discusses the reformulation of the new COVID vaccine.
- September 14, 2023Source: National Geographic
Richard Martinello, MD, professor of medicine (infectious diseases), weighs in on the uptick of COVID-19 cases.