Investigators funded by Women’s Health Research at Yale have identified significant differences in how the immune systems of women and men respond to the virus that causes COVID-19.
- August 15, 2020
Quick and Affordable Saliva-based COVID-19 Test Developed by Yale Scientists Receives FDA Emergency Use AuthorizationSource: YaleNews
A saliva-based laboratory diagnostic test developed by researchers at the Yale School of Public Health to determine whether someone is infected with the novel coronavirus has been granted an emergency use authorization by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
- June 22, 2020Source: YaleNews
A research team led by Yale’s Nathan Grubaugh and Anne Wyllie will begin testing select players, coaches, and staff from the NBA teams that have opted into the study, using a testing method they developed, known as SalivaDirect. The results of the study are expected by the end of July and will be shared publicly.
- June 06, 2020
Sophisticated mathematical modeling and quantitative science were the topics of the fourth virtual Dean’s Workshop on the COVID-19 pandemic, held May 21, 2020.
- April 27, 2020
The Washington Post and Yale School of Public Health form the Covid Counting Consortium (3C) to understand the impact of covid-19 on the U.S.Source: Washington Post
The Washington Post and the Yale School of Public Health today announced a partnership to form the Covid Counting Consortium (3C) to research and report on the impact of covid-19.
- April 27, 2020
The Washington Post and the Yale School of Public Health have formed a partnership to research and report on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- April 24, 2020
The authors write that the results point the way toward at-home self-administered sample collection that may set the stage for large scale testing for the novel coronavirus in the general population.
- July 30, 2019
Leptospirosis—a potentially deadly bacterial disease — is far more prevalent in Puerto Rico than previously thought, a new study led by researchers at the Yale School of Public Health finds.
- May 28, 2019
As coordinator of Ecuador’s national immunization program, Yajaira Vásquez applies only the best evidence-based practices when it comes to vaccinating Ecuador’s children and preventing disease.
- January 14, 2018Source: CT Post
Tearing through the globe like wildfire, the 1918 pandemic known as the Spanish flu killed roughly 50 million people.