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SAVE THE DATE: Yale Conference for Alcohol Research and Education (Y-CARE)

June 22, 2022

We invite you to attend the inaugural Yale Conference for Alcohol Research and Education (Y-CARE)

Saturday, September 10, 2022, from 8AM – 3PM (EST)

The Anlyan Center (TAC) Auditorium, 300 Cedar Street, New Haven, CT 06519

(Virtual option available for select portions)

The conference offers a dynamic day of learning, interaction and collaboration on the theme of “Alcohol Research”. The event is targeted to clinicians who are interested in the care of patients with alcohol related diseases and researchers who are working or wish to work in the field.


Details on conference registration will be provided in the coming weeks. Registration will be free.

Abstract Submission

If you have a project related to alcohol, we invite you and your team to submit one or more abstracts for poster presentation by August 1, 2022. The poster session will be a great opportunity to interact with other clinicians and researchers and get acquainted with their work. Any trainees (undergraduates, medical student, residents, graduate students, postdoctoral associates and fellows) who submits an abstract and presents a poster will be considered for a poster award. To learn more about abstract submission or to submit an abstract, please click here:

For questions, please email

Hybrid event

We highly encourage in-person participation, however a virtual option will be available for those who are unable to attend in-person. All posters and talks will be presented in-person.

CME Category 1 credits will be awarded.

Please share news of this event with your colleagues and save the date to your calendar.


We look forward to seeing you on September 10, 2022!

Bubu Banini, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor of Medicine, Digestive Diseases

Translational Research Director, Metabolic Health and Weight Management

Yale School of Medicine

Graeme Mason, PhD

Professor of Radiology and Biochemical Imaging and of Psychiatry

Director of Metabolic Modeling and of Psychiatric MRS

Yale School of Medicine

David Fiellin, MD

Professor of Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Public Health

Director, Program in Addiction Medicine

Vice Chief for Faculty Affairs, General Internal Medicine Yale School of Medicine

Submitted by Isabella Backman on June 22, 2022