Yale Team Creates Rheumatology Curriculum in Rwanda
In 2019, Joshua Bilsborrow, MD, MHS, and Rick Bucala, MD, PhD, were awarded a grant from the International League of Associations for Rheumatology (ILAR) to create a rheumatology educational and workshop series for Rwandan internal medicine residents with the goal of increasing rheumatology knowledge among internists and to stimulate interest in pursuing rheumatology training.
Yale Allergy & Immunology Presents at AAAAI
Faculty, fellows, and residents from the Department of Internal Medicine’s Section of Allergy & Immunology (A&I) recently attended the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas, where they gathered with collaborators and colleagues from near and far.
Platelet response to influenza vaccination reflects effects of aging
A paper whose authors include several Yale School of Medicine professors, researchers and scientists recently made the cover of Aging Cell. The cover design is by Hannah Wang, Academic Support Associate, Department of Pathology.Source: Aging Cell
Faculty Network Spotlight: NGN
The world is amidst an epidemiological transition– where the global burden of diseases is shifting from infectious diseases to noncommunicable diseases. In recognizing a need to bridge the gaps in global NCD research, treatment, and capacity, the Yale Network for Global Noncommunicable Disease (Yale NGN) was established in 2016.
Rheumatology Faculty Recognized at American College of Rheumatology Convergence
The American College of Rheumatology (ACR) Convergence took place November 10-14, 2022. Various faculty from the Yale Department of Internal Medicine’s Section of Rheumatology, Allergy & Immunology were recognized for their considerable contributions to the society.
New Myositis Program Treats Patients With a Complex Condition
In October 2022, Yale Department of Internal Medicine’s Section of Rheumatology, Allergy & Immunology established a Yale Medicine Myositis Program—an interdisciplinary clinic geared to caring for people with this complex condition that can affect almost every system in the body.