Chang Lab News
Yale research suggests that several neurodegerative diseases may originate not in the nervous system, but in the gut microbiome.
- May 10, 2022
Qian won the poster competition award at the Cellular and Molecular Physiology retreat 2022
- March 16, 2022
“This is the first time we actually know how different body signals are being represented through the vagal interoception system to the brain in a very precise and accurate manner,” says co-senior investigator Rui Chang, PhD. “We know that the brain can very precisely discriminate signals, but what is the biological reason for that discrimination?”
- March 08, 2022
The Chang lab moves to BCMM 237
- August 01, 2021
Daniel Spergel joined the Chang lab as Associate Research Scientist. Welcome!
- July 01, 2021
Yvonne is awarded the Kavli Postdoctoral Fellowship. Congratulations!
- February 01, 2021
Rui received the McKnight Neurobiology of Brain Disorders Award. Congratulations!
- July 01, 2020
Yvonne Hsu joined the Chang lab. Welcome!
- May 01, 2020
Qian and Chuyue passed the Qualifying Exam. Congratulations!
- October 01, 2019
Yale School of Medicine’s Valentina Greco and Marina R. Picciotto are among the 11 recipients of the National Institutes of Health’s Pioneer Award, which recognizes scientists who have a history of creative research and who show promise in originating “pioneering approaches to major challenges.” Greco and Picciotto will each receive $3.5 million dollars of funding over the course of five years. In addition, four young Yale scientists will receive the NIH’s Innovator Award.