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.
Save the Dates: Kavli Institute for Neuroscience Two-day Symposium: "Cell Biology of Parkinson's Disease Genes" on April 28-29
The Kavli Institute for Neuroscience is organizing a two-day symposium, "Cell Biology of Parkinson’s Disease Genes," April 28-29, 2020. Registration required by the end of January.
An Invitation to the Yale Alumni Health Network’s Premier Event: Dean Kamen on “A Visionary’s Vision of the Future of Medicine,” Jan. 15 at the Yale Club of NYC
Dean Kamen – inventor, entrepreneur, and tireless advocate for science and technology – will speak on the future of medicine at the Yale Club of New York City on Wednesday, January 15.
Dorothy Horstmann, MD, and Current Women Faculty Are Celebrated at Unveiling of Aperture 2
Faculty, students, and staff celebrated the achievements of women faculty on November 20 at the unveiling of an oil portrait of the late Dorothy Horstmann, MD, and the opening of Aperture 2: Portraits of Women Faculty in Medicine.
"Aperture 2: Portraits of Women Faculty in Medicine," and Dorothy Horstmann Portrait, Will Be Dedicated on Wednesday, Nov. 20
Come to a reception celebrating "Aperture 2: Portraits of Women Faculty in Medicine." This event opens the second part of a series of photographic portraits of women faculty on display on the second floor of Sterling Hall of Medicine. At this time, the portrait of Dorothy Horstmann, MD will be unveiled. A noted epidemiologist whose work on the poliovirus laid the groundwork for the development of a vaccine, in 1961 Dr. Horstmann became the first woman at the School of Medicine to earn tenure as a full professor.
Ensler to Give Keynote Speech at Women's Mental Health Conference at Yale on Oct. 25
Playwright, activist, performer, and feminist Eve Ensler, best known for her play “The Vagina Monologues,” will be the keynote speaker at the first Women’s Mental Health Conference at Yale to be held Friday, October 25, 2019, at Yale School of Medicine, 333 Cedar St.
Landmark Conference Sept. 26-27 at Yale Law School: "The Affordable Care Act at 10: History, Legacy, Challenges"
This unprecedented gathering will reflect on the policy, legal, and political advances and challenges that a decade of the Affordable Care Act has brought us. We will gather the leading scholars and some of the most important players involved in the Affordable Care Act's passage and implementation, including former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel, former HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, former U.S. Solicitors General Donald Verrilli and Paul Clement, and many others.
HAVEN Free Clinic ¡ANDA! 5K Run/Walk: Sunday Morning, Oct. 6, in New Haven’s Edgewood Park
The student-run HAVEN Free Clinic is hosting its sixth annual ¡ANDA! 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, October 6th at Edgewood Park in New Haven. The goal is to raise $25,000 to support clinic operations, to enable HAVEN to provide quality, comprehensive care to patients in New Haven.
Implementation Science: Putting Important Discoveries to Their Best Use
Scientific innovations are created every day, but how do we ensure that they are used efficiently and reach the people who need them most? David Chambers, DPhil, deputy director for implementation science in the Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences at the National Cancer Institute, tackled that question during his June 25 grand rounds lecture titled “Advancing the Science of Implementation in Cancer Control: An NCI Perspective."
Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine's Colloquia Series 2019 Continues on Wednesday, July 10
Please join the YJBM on Science Hill to hear Dr. Josh Gendron, Assistant Professor of Molecular, Cellular & Developmental Biology, Yale University, speak about "Protein degradation and the plant circadian clock." This is the second colloquium of the year and compliments the YJBM June 2019 issue: Clocks and Cycles.