Improving the Diagnosis of Heart Disease in Women
Dr. Samit Shah is leading a team to demonstrate the effectiveness of validated, but not widely administered procedures for the many women who have reduced blood flow to the heart without blocked arteries or cholesterol build-up often associated with heart disease.
Assessing an Insomnia Intervention for Black Women
Dr. Soohyun Nam is testing — for the first time — an evidence-based stress-reduction intervention for insomnia that has shown potential for addressing the underlying causes of sleep difficulty in a manner culturally sensitive to the needs of Black women.
New Clinical Trial Evaluates Cardiovascular Outcomes in Tricuspid Valve Repair Without Open Heart Surgery
Investigators at the Yale School of Medicine are participating in an international study to evaluate the clinical outcomes of TriClip, the first non-surgical minimally invasive tricuspid valve repair device developed by Abbott.
Cardiology fellows in Connecticut value contacts, help with job search and research opportunities over work-life balance, study finds
Early career advancement in academic medicine relies on mentorship. The MENTOR study aims to understand how different expectations and needs shape the experiences of cardiology fellows and their faculty mentors.
WHRY Funds Studies on Heart Disease, Insomnia, and Pain
Women’s Health Research at Yale today announced funding for three new studies investigating a method for improving the diagnosis of heart disease in women, a therapy for clinically significant sleep disruption common in Black women, and the influence of biological sex on the underlying brain patterns that link pain and opioid use.
Leading in times of crisis: Yale physicians on team dynamics and effective leadership
Tariq Ahmad MD, MPH and John K. Forrest, MD discuss their past experiences with the American College of Cardiology’s (ACC) leadership development programs and how academic medical centers can navigate the global pandemic.