As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Yale affiliates’ preprint service dramatically speeds the availability of medical research.
Mary Tinetti has changed how doctors think about the care of older adults with complex needs, and dedicated her life to achieving that revolution’s goals. Here, she talks about the remaining challenges.
Yale Center for Analytical Sciences opened 10 years ago this summer; amid COVID, researchers working there stepped back to evaluate the Center’s accomplishments.
A versatile remedy also a potential treatment for breast cancer.
In 2013, YSM became the first institution to successfully integrate electronic health records with a clinical trials management system. The effort is paying off.
Doctors and community advocates have worked together to combat the epidemic of substance use disorder.
Non-addictive pain medication has changed how experts approach therapy for substance use disorders.
Physician and Connecticut state epidemiologist James Hadler sees the public as his patient.
An EPH alumna works to bring water to the remote Azawak region of Niger, where drought is devastating a traditional, nomadic way of life.
Under a new center, ecologists and epidemiologists try to understand the interactions among humans, environment and disease.
Working in a Yale laboratory in the 1940s, Dorothy Horstmann solved a puzzle that would lead to the first polio vaccine.
Part of a national effort to create community health partnerships, a Yale center is working with New Haven churches to prevent diabetes and with suburban school nurses to stop teen smoking. The goal? Healthier communities invested in their own outcomes.