- July 21, 2021Source: MLO
MLO announces its 2021 Lab Innovators Worth Watching which includes the Yale Clinical Chemistry Laboratory
- July 19, 2021
YCCI's internship is an opportunity for young people to be exposed to careers in fields that were never meaningfully suggested to them before. It also is part of a long-term national health care priority: to create a health system where patients of color are more frequently treated by health professionals who look like them.
- June 23, 2021Source: Yale Medicine
Can an unprecedented year become a catalyst for future research?
- June 20, 2021Source: Yale Scientific
Researchers from the Yale Department of Immunology and Yale Cancer Center have recently developed a mouse model that displays enhanced human erythropoiesis and mature RBC survival to help them better study human blood disorders.
- June 15, 2021Source: YaleNews
Exposure to the rhinovirus, the most frequent cause of the common cold, can protect against infection by the virus that causes COVID-19, Yale researchers have found.
- June 15, 2021Source: New Haven Register
Three proteins found in the blood of post-COVID patients appear to predict who may have long-term symptoms of the disease.
- June 15, 2021Source: IFLScience
t’s hard to envision the common cold, caused by rhinoviruses, as something of a superhero, but recent research from Yale University has found this bug to have an intriguing effect on the early success of the pathogen that causes COVID-19 in the body.
- June 02, 2021
Yale School of Medicine’s Dean’s Office hosted a workshop to introduce the Yale Center for Genomic Health (YCGH) to the Yale community. It was an event that brought together scholars and professionals from across diverse disciplines to learn more about the science of genomic healthcare and the vision of the YCGH.
- May 27, 2021Source: STAT News
A curious thing happened during the Covid-19 pandemic: With masks, social distancing, and Purell galore, we kept most other germs at bay. Flu vanished. Cases of respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, which in a normal winter puts nearly 60,000 children under age 5 in the hospital, were nonexistent. Most of us appeared to sidestep the soup of bugs that cause colds. But as masks come off, schools reopen, and some travel resumes, we should expect a resurgence of these viruses — perhaps a big one.