Some places in the body don’t suffer from inflammation as a response to intrusion. The brain and spinal cord are among them.
Working with faculty at Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Dermatology, two Yale undergrads built a device that’s helping doctors diagnose skin conditions from afar.
When two experts in their field get together and combine their labs, incredible things happen.
Medicine rekindles an historic link with the humanities, a vital tool as students become physicians.
Physicians find that an interest in art can build observation skills, and help medical students become more empathetic and reflective.
By introducing a blood supply, Yale team overcomes some of the shortcomings of artificial skin.
Yale scientists discern an abnormal sugar that gives cancer cells mobility but also gives them away.