Meet Yale Internal Medicine: Nikhil Seval, MD, Assistant Professor (Infectious Diseases)
- September 27, 2021
How can we as a community and healthcare system end structural, systemic, and as a colleague shared recently, everyday racism?
- September 26, 2021Source: USA Today
Fact check: No evidence drinking grape juice will prevent, treat stomach flu
- September 25, 2021Source: NPR
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Dr. Saad Omer, director of the Yale Institute of Global Health, about why many developing countries have struggled to vaccinate their populations against COVID-19.
- September 23, 2021Source: MedPage Today
Dr. Naila Makhani and Dr. Helen Tremlett discuss emerging evidence about a possible prodromal phase of MS and differentiating it from MS risk factors.
- September 23, 2021
Implementation Science Hub Led by Yale Center for Methods in Implementation and Prevention Science Researchers Renewed and New Ending the HIV Epidemic Community Project Launched
Yale’s Center for Methods in Implementation and Prevention Science (CMIPS) Director Donna Spiegelman, ScD, and her team have recently received a National Institutes of Health (NIH) Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) initiative award to continue their Rigorous, Rapid, & Relevant Evidence aDaptation & Implementation to Ending the HIV Epidemic (R3EDI) Implementation Science (IS) Hub for another two years. In addition to the R3EDI renewal, they have also been awarded support for a new EHE project, led by CMIPS associate faculty member Debbie Humphries, PhD, and Dr. Spiegelman, entitled “St. Louis Enhancing Engagement and Retention in HIV/AIDS Care” (STEER), which focuses on identifying the barriers and facilitators of engagement along the HIV care continuum. These projects exemplify CMIPS’ engagement in the national effort to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic through innovative methods, promoting ethical practices, and building the capacity of a new generation of IS researchers.
- September 22, 2021Source: Yale Medicine
An early evaluation at the Yale Child Study Center put a child on the right path.
- September 21, 2021Source: Yale News
How nations can best allocate COVID-19 vaccines remains a discussion of global importance. And at its heart is the question of whether countries with greater access to vaccines should focus on vaccinating their own citizens or sharing their vaccine allotments with other nations.
- September 21, 2021Source: NPR
Johnson & Johnson says a booster six months after the first shot increases antibodies 12-fold, indicating a second shot would provide added protection.
- September 20, 2021
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