An old strain of mouse virus becomes key for COVID-19 research in Yale School of Medicine's department of comparative medicine.
With the bulk of human science dedicated to understanding COVID-19 and designing a vaccine against it, a normally lengthy process was cut from years to months.
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.
Inflammation has captured the interest of generations of distinguished clinicians and researchers.
Researchers at Yale are aware of how wounds know to heal. Now they want to know why.
Some places in the body don’t suffer from inflammation as a response to intrusion. The brain and spinal cord are among them.
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.
Laboratories and departments increasingly seek intellectual and scientific breakthroughs through diversification.
Microbial biodiversity helps keep humans healthy by shielding them from fatal infections.
A class of biomaterials called bulk metallic glasses could transform future implanted medical devices and other engineered objects.
At the recent reunion, YSM alumni were treated to lectures by faculty about vaping and cell death.
How researchers at Yale are complicating the picture of human health.
Some parasites may be unlikely allies with human health.
Research shows that probiotics can treat some ailments, but has not yet shown why.
How microbes are changing received wisdom.
How research findings make their way to the classroom.