Bioscience Innovation Fund: Applications Close on Oct. 18
Yale University, the University of Connecticut, and Quinnipiac University have joined forces with Connecticut Innovations and the Bioscience Innovation Fund to help you commercialize your biomedical technology innovation (medical devices, diagnostics and health information technology). Applications deadline is Friday, October 18.
2019 BioMed Amgen Scholars
The Amgen Scholars Program at Yale is a partnership between the Amgen Foundation and the Yale School of Medicine MD-PhD and Biological and Biomedical Sciences PhD programs. The goal of the program is to recruit students from under-represented groups to biomedical careers and help them succeed as scientists or physician-scientists.
Geneticist Lesch Is Named a 2019 Searle Scholar
Bluma Lesch, MD, PhD, assistant professor of genetics, has been named a 2019 Searle Scholar, an honor awarded to support the independent research of exceptional young faculty in the biomedical sciences and chemistry who have recently been appointed as assistant professors on a tenure-track appointment.
Yale Stem Cell Center will host two-day symposium to celebrate its 10th anniversary
Since it was founded in 2006, the Yale Stem Cell Center has supported the ground-breaking work of researchers and scientists working in basic stem cell research and translational science. On Thursday, Nov. 10, and Friday, Nov. 11, the center will hold a symposium in honor of its 10th anniversary.
A changing of the guard at BBS Program, as director is tapped to lead graduate school
The new academic year has seen a shifting of roles within Yale’s largest graduate program with the appointment of its director, Lynn Cooley, Ph.D., as dean of the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. She is succeeded as BBS director by Anthony J. Koleske, Ph.D., professor of molecular biophysics and biochemistry and of neurobiology.
Our body's battlefield: The role of protein S in the immune response
Video special: Carla V. Rothlin, PhD, assistant professor of immunobiology at Yale School of Medicine, and postdoctoral associate Eugenio A. Carrera Silva, Ph.D., discuss their findings regarding the role of protein S in tempering the immune response.Source: YSM YouTube Channel