MRI FOR ALL: Portable low-field scanners could revolutionize medical imaging in nations rich and poor—if doctors embrace them
In an interview with Science magaine, Yale's Kevin Sheth, MD says that the smaller size, versatility, and low cost of the Swoop portable MRI by Hyperfine has the potential to revolutionize medical imaging in the United States and abroad. Winning over physicians and patients is the next step in expanding the machine's use in clinical settings.
- February 09, 2023
Santiago Clocchiatti-Tuozzo, MD Honored with Bernard J. Tyson Career Development Award and Stroke Underrepresented Racial and Ethnic Groups Travel Grant
The American Heart Association has honored postdoctoral research fellow Santiago Clocchiatti-Tuozzo, MD with both the Bernard J. Tyson Career Development Award and the Stroke Underrepresented Racial and Ethnic Groups Travel Grant for excellence in neurology and cerebrovascular disease research.
- February 08, 2023
The American Heart Association has honored Daniela Renedo, MD a postdoctoral fellow in the departments of Neurosurgery and Neurology, with the Stroke Basic Science Award for excellence in cerebrovascular disease research.
- February 01, 2023
Stroke survivors face an increased risk of suffering a second stroke and developing cognitive disabilities as a result. Evidence indicates that hypertension plays a significant role in this comorbidity, and yet, only 60% of stroke survivors have their blood pressure under control. A Yale-led study studies the link between elevated genetic predisposition to hypertension and more-difficult-to-control blood pressure.
- December 09, 2022
The clinical trials the network performs reflect the fact that emergency medicine is an area of health care unlike any other, because of the high stakes and time pressures involved for patients in sudden need of emergent treatment.
- August 30, 2022
The center will foster transformational work that bridges existing departments, levels of analysis, and disciplinary boundaries, and will focus on areas of clinical and translational neuroscience that are broader than any single disease.
- June 22, 2022Source: National Institutes of Health All of Us Research Program
Julian Acosta, MD, Guido Falcone, MD and MD/MHS Student Audrey Leasure study the correlation between cardiovascular disease prevalence and populations underrepresented in medicine by using the All of Us dataset.
- May 19, 2022
Student Research Day honors YSM’s MD students for their research and—with the creation last year of this unique mentorship prize—pays tribute to the faculty mentors who support them.
- May 05, 2022
During the 2022 European Stroke Organisation Conference (ESOC) held from May 4-6, Natalia Szejko, MD, PhD a postdoctoral fellow in the Falcone Lab was awarded the ESOC Young Research Investigator Award in Stroke for her submitted abstract, “Epigenetic Age and Ischemic Stroke: Findings from the Health and Retirement Study.”
- May 02, 2022
The collaboration that advanced the discovery of ketamine as a treatment for depression was among four Yale award winners at the Association for Clinical and Translational Science (ACTS) annual meeting held in Chicago from April 20 through 22.