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A team of investigators at Yale Cancer Center (YCC) have found a major chink in the armor of an incurable childhood brain cancer called Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Gliomas (DIPG).
- August 22, 2019
An international team of researchers has discovered a new pathway that may improve success against an incurable type of children's brain cancer. The study results suggest that scientists have identified a unique way to disrupt the cellular process that contributes to Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Gliomas (DIPG).
- July 23, 2019
Yale School of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine’s Silvia Vilarinho, MD, PhD, assistant professor of medicine (digestive diseases) and of pathology, and Frederick Wilson, MD, PhD, assistant professor of medicine (medical oncology) and genetics, are winners of a 2019 Clinical Scientist Development Award (CSDA) from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation (DDCF).
- July 18, 2019
Dr. Richard Bucala, newly appointed as the Waldemar Von Zedtwitz Professor of Medicine, Pathology, and Epidemiology and Public Health, studies immune system regulation with a focus on how protective responses can lead to immunopathology and disease.
- July 05, 2019
There’s no shame in contemplating how we managed to get around before GPS came to our phones. Some may argue that there is an overreliance on automation since maps have been a proven method of exploration and travel for centuries. Yet, access to technology like GPS has democratized travel and opened the door for society to explore our surroundings in ways few ever thought possible.
- July 02, 2019
Yale pediatrician and geneticist Patrick Gallagher, M.D., studies hereditary spherocytosis (HS), an inherited disease associated with hemolytic anemia, when red blood cells are destroyed faster than they are produced due to abnormal membranes. A novel mutation in the gene that encodes alpha-spectrin, a protein essential for normal red blood cell membranes, is responsible for many cases of recessive hereditary spherocytosis (rHS), the most severe form of the disease, reports Gallagher’s team
- June 28, 2019
A proposed strategy to vaccinate against Zika infection might also be effective in tackling West Nile disease, another potentially serious infection transmitted by mosquitoes, said Yale researchers in a new study.
- June 25, 2019
A team led by Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers says it has identified two protein biomarkers in urine that may one day be used to better diagnose acute interstitial nephritis (AIN), an underdiagnosed but treatable kidney disorder that impairs renal function in the short term and can lead to chronic kidney disease, permanent damage or renal failure if left unchecked.
- June 18, 2019
Publication in the Journal Clinical Cancer Research Uses NanoString's GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler to Discover Predictive Biomarkers for Immunotherapy
NanoString Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ:NSTG), a provider of life science tools for translational research and molecular diagnostic products, today announced a publication in the journal Clinical Cancer Research of a collaborative research study led by investigators from the Yale School of Medicine. This paper represents the fourth peer-reviewed publication to describe GeoMx DSP. The article, entitled “High-plex predictive marker discovery for melanoma immunotherapy treated patients using Digital Spatial Profiling,” used the GeoMx™ Digital Spatial Profiler (DSP) to identify biomarkers that were predictive for response to immunotherapy for the treatment of melanoma.
- June 06, 2019
WHRY Director Carolyn M. Mazure discusses how we are at a critical point, and the scientific community needs to decide if it will embrace true transformational change in science.