After two centuries of shared history, the School of Medicine and the city of New Haven continue to shape each other.
With the increasing incidence of mass shootings like those in Las Vegas last year and in Parkland, Fla., this year, hospitals like Yale New Haven have learned to be prepared.
We take a look at the myriad ways in which the presence of the School of Medicine affects the larger New Haven community, from taking care of patients and examining the impact of gun violence to promoting the city as a hub of biotech research.
For years the School of Medicine has worked with community organizations to address the city’s major health issues.
Bio Haven: Research nurtures a local bioscience industry.
At the annual Hunger & Homelessness Auction, Yale students hear firsthand what it’s like to be hungry.
How the School of Medicine and community partners work together for a healthier New Haven.
How Yale researchers learn to ask the right questions.
ED physicians treat the underlying causes of problems that bring people back time and again.
Yale students provide tests, referrals, and advice on handling high blood pressure and blood glucose.
Yale’s Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars make a point of engaging the community in their research and making the world a healthier place.