For Junior Faculty, Pandemic Requires a Careful Balancing Act
- February 17, 2021
COVID Research Funding Crucial For Junior Investigators
- February 11, 2021
Discoveries & Impact (February 2021)
- February 09, 2021Source: Yale Daily News
Although the Food and Drug Administration’s approval of COVID-19 vaccines has brought the end of the pandemic nearer, the United States remains at a defining crossroads. While most people wait for their turn to get their shot, it is collective action that will define whether or not this public health crisis will abate over the next few months, Yale experts say.
- February 03, 2021Source: AARP
As the coronavirus pandemic rounds the corner on its first year, doctors and researchers are getting a better handle on which patients are most likely to end up fighting for their lives after getting COVID-19 — and which ones are most likely to recover.
- January 26, 2021Source: USA Today
Fact check: COVID-19 can cause worse lung damage than smoking
- January 25, 2021Source: WRCBtv
Wearing a face mask has become a daily norm for millions of Americans and others around the world, but that constant wear and tear on your mask might mean it's time for a replacement. With multiple new strains of the coronavirus circulating in the U.S., now is a good time to take a closer look at the efficacy of your masks.
- January 20, 2021Source: CT Post
People were impacted by the coronavirus pandemic in different ways, whether they experienced illness first hand, worked with those who did or were impacted by changes forced by the quarantine.
- January 19, 2021Source: The Washington Post
‘We know this is real’: New clinics aid virus ‘long-haulers’
- January 19, 2021Source: NBC New York
‘We Know This is Real': New Clinics Aid Virus ‘Long-Haulers'