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  • Becker, Crowley, Esserman & Heapy Win Grant Through NIH HEAL Initiative

    Yale School of Medicine (YSM) faculty William C. Becker, MD, associate professor (general internal medicine); Susan Crowley, MD, FASN, professor of medicine (nephrology); and Alicia Heapy, PhD; associate professor of psychiatry; teamed with Yale School of Public Health’s (YSPH) Denise Esserman, PhD, associate professor of biostatistics, were recently awarded a grant for their project, “Video-Telecare Collaborative Pain Management to Improve Function and Reduce Opioid Risk in Patients with End Stage Renal Disease Receiving Hemodialysis” through The Helping to End Addiction Long-term, or the NIH HEAL Initiative.

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  • Are Young CT Smokers Being Forced to Quit Cold Turkey?

    Grace Kong, PhD, Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, and Lisa Fucito, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, spoke to the New Haven Register for a story about a new law in Connecticut that raises the legal age to purchase tobacco from 18 to 21.

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  • Yale Sleep Researchers Awarded $4.6M To Study Sleep Deficiency / Opioid Use Disorder

    Henry Klar Yaggi, MD, MPH, associate professor of medicine; vice chief of Research at Yale’s Section of Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Medicine, director of the Yale Centers for Sleep Medicine, and an investigator at the VA CT Clinical Epidemiology Research Center (CERC) was recently awarded a grant through The Helping to End Addiction Long-term, or the NIH HEAL Initiative.

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  • Cook: When Men Are Sexually Abused in the Military

    Joan Cook, PhD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, is co-author of a letter to the editor in the October 2 New York Times titled, "When Men Are Sexually Abused in the Military." Cook is the principal investigator of a study that is looking at how to encourage sexual and gender minority men to engage in treatment for past sexual abuse.

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  • Yale Scientists Win NIH Awards for Pioneering Work

    Yale School of Medicine’s Valentina Greco and Marina R. Picciotto are among the 11 recipients of the National Institutes of Health’s Pioneer Award, which recognizes scientists who have a history of creative research and who show promise in originating “pioneering approaches to major challenges.” Greco and Picciotto will each receive $3.5 million dollars of funding over the course of five years. In addition, four young Yale scientists will receive the NIH’s Innovator Award.

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