Developments in the field of imaging have given scientists unparalleled access to hitherto hidden worlds. At Yale School of Medicine, research is making good use of these new capabilities.
Abigail Greene and Daniel Barson are married MD/PhD candidates at Yale School of Medicine with overlapping interests.
Schizophrenia has long been a mysterious disease, but with the help of brain scanners scientists are now giving a physical shape to the delusions and hallucinations of the disorder.
Minimally invasive surgical procedures have given doctors a powerful tool to cure a variety of conditions without endangering patient health unnecessarily. Ultrasound has played an important role in that development.
Ultrasound augments learning opportunities for medical students.
Joerg Bewersdorf has become an international expert in his own right in the field of super-resolution microscopy, which elevates the resolution of light microscopy to the scale of nanometers.
Physicians once relied on seeing, hearing and touching a patient to make a diagnosis. Technology has enhanced those skills, but many doctors lament their decline.