Science and the scientific method can help push back against popular misconceptions, and F. Perry Wilson, faculty at YSM, is doing what he can to help the public understand that.
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.
West Haven’s VA was an early adopter of telemedicine technology and procedures. That paid off when COVID struck.
Yale School of Medicine was an early adopter of telemedicine technology, and it’s made a major difference in safely reaching patients and clinical trial participants during social distancing.
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.
A Yale New Haven Hospital program enables injured or recuperating patients to recover faster and more completely by guiding them through a proven procedure.
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.
A versatile remedy also a potential treatment for breast cancer.
Microbial biodiversity helps keep humans healthy by shielding them from fatal infections.
How researchers at Yale are complicating the picture of human health.
Women medical students share thoughts about the School of Medicine.
After 40 years of service, Margaret "Peggy" Bia bid patients, co-workers, colleagues, and friends good-bye at a service designed to honor kidney transplant recipients.
How Yale researchers learn to ask the right questions.
For years the School of Medicine has worked with community organizations to address the city’s major health issues.
Medical students help refugees navigate the health care system.