Victims of stroke and traumatic neurological injury face a difficult problem: healing requires growing new connections. Researchers are working on ways to accelerate and supercharge the mind’s ability to mend.
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.
She survived a decade of brutal war in China, then came to Yale and helped revolutionize the field of virology
How evolution and selection help microbes adapt to changing circumstances.
Over the last half-century research has produced strong evidence of viral links to some cancers. Now vaccines may protect against both.
Under a new center, ecologists and epidemiologists try to understand the interactions among humans, environment and disease.
Jordi Casals-Ariet spent his life studying and categorizing viruses, and in 1969 his search for the agent behind the mysterious Lassa fever almost killed him. But his near-lethal infection paved the way for improvements in lab safety.