Yale Psychiatry Faculty Member to Interview Tarana Burke, Founder of the #MeToo Movement, for 2021 Women's Mental Health Conference Keynote
The 2021 Women’s Mental Health Conference at Yale (WMHC) has announced that a Yale Psychiatry faculty member will moderate its keynote Q&A, and has finalized the agenda for its upcoming conference.
2020 Day of Instrumentation on Jan. 24: Invitation to Register
Registration is open for the second annual Yale Day of Instrumentation on January 24, 2020. For more information and to register, please visit: https://instrumentation.yale.edu The goals of this event are to: Continue to develop the campus community around instrumentation development at Yale Update the community on recent developments and next steps Seek input from the campus community on the needs and next steps in the instrumentation initiative at Yale The day-long event will consist of plenary talks in the morning and working groups in the afternoon. The goal is to understand better and collect your ideas for how instrumentation and technology development can best support the research mission of Yale.
American Heart Association’s Clinical Research Prize awarded to Yale outcomes research pioneer Harlan M. Krumholz, M.D.
The American Heart Association has awarded its Clinical Research Prize to Harlan M. Krumholz, M.D., S.M., FAHA, the Harold H. Hines, Jr., Professor of Medicine and the director of Yale School of Medicine’s Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation.Source: American Heart Association
Seventh Annual Yale Day of Data on Friday, Dec. 6
The 2019 Yale Day of Data centers on the theme of Data Privacy, which emphasizes the challenges of balancing abundant information and openness in research with concerns about privacy and surveillance. It will be held at Yale Law School on December 6.
D'Onofrio highlights heroes fighting opioid epidemic in Emergency Medicine conference keynote
In May, D’Onofrio and her department were honored at the annual meeting of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM), the field’s research arm. D’Onofrio was selected to give the keynote address, and Yale residents and faculty members received awards and accolades.
Improving the World’s Largest Health System—Scholars Convene at YSPH to Plan for Future
Some 200 researchers and health leaders gathered at Yale University for the second biennial conference of the China Health Policy and Management Society (CHPAMS), focusing on the Healthy China 2030 national blueprint for the health of the 1.3 billion Chinese.
Experts Convene to Discuss Improving Reproducible Research Practices for Schools of Public Health
It is estimated that more than $200 billion is spent on biomedical research every year. The return on that investment is too low, agree a group of experts who gathered at the Yale School of Public Health to discuss reproducibility and transparency in research last week.
Festschrift Honors Career, Contributions of Lawrence Marks
A prestigious group of scholars gathered at the Yale School of Public Health on April 5 to honor the career of Lawrence Marks, professor emeritus and senior research scientist in Environmental Health Sciences. After more than five decades, Marks is retiring from the Yale School of Public Health and the John B. Pierce Laboratory, where he is both director and fellow emeritus.
Scientist, Journalist and Filmmaker Converge on YSPH to Explore the Threat of Climate Change
Climate change was in the air Wednesday as three separate speakers-a scholar, journalist, and a filmmaker-converged at the Yale School of Public Health to explore the implications of climate change on human health in the coming decades.
Dr. D’Onofrio to headline 2018 SAEM Annual Meeting
The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine (SAEM) is pleased to announce that Gail D’Onofrio, MD, MS, professor of emergency medicine and founding chair, Department of Emergency Medicine, Yale School of Medicine, has been named keynote speaker for its annual meeting, in Indianapolis, May 15–18, 2018.Source: SAEM
Public Health in Connecticut–Racial Disparities a Persistent Issue
Connecticut is the fourth richest state in the country and the third healthiest. Nevertheless, it still has three very poor cities where health disparities among minorities are reflected in health statistics across the board, said Dr. Raul Pino, commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH).