Yale clinicians report promising results after treating COVID-19 patients at Yale New Haven Hospital (YNHH) with a drug that reduces hyperinflammation in cancer patients undergoing immunotherapy.
- June 16, 2020Source: SFGate
Lauded New COVID-19 Treatment Is Promising — But It’s Not a Miracle Cure
- June 08, 2020
Yale a Site for New COVID-19 NIAID Study
- June 03, 2020Source: Healthline
How Tear Gas and Pepper Spray Affect the Body
- June 03, 2020
100 Internal Medicine Faculty Honored By Connecticut Magazine
- June 03, 2020
On June 3, 2020, nearly 350 industry representatives and academics joined the inaugural Yale Engage webinar series, Facilitating Collaboration to Combat COVID-19. Opening remarks were made by Michael Crair, PhD, the conversation was moderated by Ruth Montgomery, PhD, and the highly informative panelists included Akiko Iwasaki, PhD, Ellen Foxman, MD, PhD, Naftali Kaminski, MD, Carrie Lucas, PhD, Andrew Wang, MD, PhD. If you were unable to attend, or if you missed a portion of the webinar, please find a link to the recording below, along with a PDF of the panelists’ presentations.
- May 30, 2020Source: YaleNews
The COVID-19 pandemic has been the stuff that nightmares are made of — literally. Many Americans are reporting related sleep disturbances, including interrupted sleep, insomnia, and vivid nightmares. That’s where Yale’s Dr. Meir Kryger comes in: A pioneer in the field of sleep medicine, he published the seminal textbook on the subject, “Principles and Practice of Sleep Medicine.” Kryger, professor of medicine (pulmonary) and clinical professor of nursing, recently participated in a virtual press conference sponsored by Yale’s Office of Public Affairs & Communications, during which he spoke about the long history of sleep disorders, gave tips about how to get a better night’s sleep — even during a pandemic — and discussed the moment he had a sudden insight about a COVID-19 risk related to a common sleep disorder.
- May 27, 2020Source: The New York Times
They Evoke Darth Vader, but These Masks May Save Your Doctor's Life
- May 22, 2020
Memorial Day Remembrance
- May 19, 2020Source: WTNH News 8
CT researchers trying to stop spread of COVID-19