YSM alumnus Paul Rothman has built a career on answering the call to service in the medical profession; mentoring played a major role in his decision to pursue this path.
Transplant surgeon David Mulligan leads efforts to improve patient care; make more organs transplantable; and test 3D printing that could ease the field’s dire shortages in the future.
As health complications mount in elderly patients, so do prescriptions for medicine—sometimes with unpredictable effects. The answer may reside in reducing the number of medications.
With the publication of a study examining Phase III clinical trial results, Yale researchers help establish the effectiveness of fostemsavir, an investigational HIV-1 attachment inhibitor.
The traditional approach to inflammation is that it’s bad and should be suppressed, but recent findings offer a more nuanced view.
Researchers hope that the Colton Center for Autoimmunity at Yale will yield results over the next 10 years.
Glucose plays a complex role in immune system health.
When a person develops certain autoimmune disorders, others often follow in their wake. Figuring out why, and how to stop the deterioration, are top priorities for scientists.
Researchers at Yale are aware of how wounds know to heal. Now they want to know why.
The human body has a number of innate responses to infection that include heating the affected part of the body, or cooling it down. Yale School of Medicine researchers are looking hard at the causes behind both.
How researchers at Yale are complicating the picture of human health.
A dangerous hospital-acquired infection, Clostridium difficile, is now increasing in the community.
Helpful in some places, bacteria can cause conditions like MS when they break through the body’s barricades.
How research findings make their way to the classroom.
By inserting human genes into mice, Richard Flavell and his team are creating a mouse with a working human immune system.