Madeline Mayday, BS, and Noah Yann Lee, BS, were recently awarded prestigious Ruth L. Kirschstein Predoctoral Individual National Research Service Awards (F31) from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
- June 09, 2023
A new study harnesses big data and bioinformatics to explore how the immune system can fight off the virus in some cases and fails in others.
- December 04, 2022Source: YaleNews
Kleinstein has made fundamental contributions to immunology through the development and application of innovative computational methods.
- October 31, 2022
A team of researchers led by Yale School of Medicine’s Steven Kleinstein, PhD, is striving to understand why some people’s immune systems generate a robust protective response post-vaccination while others’ fail, and how this differs across vaccines. The team has published a series of new papers on its investigations.
- June 30, 2022Source: YaleNews
Yale researchers have found a new use for blockchain. They’ve adapted the technology to give individuals control of their own genomes.
- August 11, 2021
While other, smaller studies have uncovered invaluable data about important aspects of the virus and the pandemic, this research and the resources that have gone into it promise to produce the most enlightening insights yet.
- February 14, 2021
Researchers Connect Spinal Fluid Autoantibodies to Neurological Symptoms in COVID-19 Patients
- June 09, 2020
Yale a Site for New COVID-19 NIAID Study
- October 25, 2017Source: Yale Medicine Magazine
Exome sequencing allows scientists and clinicians to zero in on the mutations responsible for a disparate array of ailments.
- September 12, 2017Source: Yale Daily News
A collaboration among researchers at the Yale School of Medicine and 10 other research institutions has discovered gene signatures — or related sets of genes — associated with the immune response to the influenza vaccination.