Huckins to Receive 2023 International Society of Psychiatric Genetics Theodore Reich Early Career Award
Laura Huckins, PhD, associate professor of psychiatry, has been awarded the 2023 International Society of Psychiatric Genetics (ISPG) Theodore Reich Early Career Award. Huckins was selected for the award based on her published work describing the genetic underpinnings of eating disorders and PTSD as well as for her service to the psychiatric genetics community.
Christine Gummerson, MD Honored as Consultant of the Year
The Department of Emergency Medicine has honored Christine Gummerson, MD, a PGY4 resident in the Department of Neurology, with the Consultant of the Year Award. By voting for her to receive this award, the residents in the Departmtent of Emergency Medicine have specifically acknowledged Dr. Gummerson not only for her outstanding dedication to her myriad responsibilities as a consultant, but also for her unwavering professionalism and commitment to improving the lives of her patients.
Christopher G. Bunick, MD, PhD, Receives the American Acne and Rosacea Society's 2023 Research Scholar Award
Associate Professor of Dermatology Christopher Bunick, MD, PhD, is the recipient of the The American Acne and Rosacea Society’s (AARS) 2023 Research Scholar Award. The Award will support Dr. Bunick's ongoing research into more effective, antibiotic-resistant treatments for Cutibacterium acnes (C. acnes).Source: Practical Dermatology
CarDS Lab Members Selected as Finalists for 2023 AHA Young Investigator Awards
Three investigators in training from the Yale Cardiovascular Data Science (CarDS) Lab were invited to present their research results along with other finalists at the 2023 American Heart Association (AHA) Scientific Sessions.
Yadav Receives American Epilepsy Society Postdoctoral Research Fellowship
The American Epilepsy Society (AES) has awarded Postdoctoral Associate Taruna Yadav, PhD with a $50,000 Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. This competitive fellowship supports Dr. Yadav’s research into using a wearable technology - the ARTiE Watch - to quantify impaired consciousness in epilepsy.
Guo receives 2023 Neurobiology of Brain Disorders Awards from the McKnight Foundation
The McKnight Endowment Fund for Neuroscience has selected Junjie Guo, PhD, from Yale Neuroscience, to receive the 2023 Neurobiology of Brain Disorders Awards. This award supports innovative research by U.S. scientists who are studying the biological mechanisms of neurological and psychiatric disorder.Source: McKnight Foundation