COVID-19 Vaccine Found to Be Effective against Brazilian P.1 Variant
The inactivated vaccine, CoronaVac, proved effective in combatting COVID-19 in the city of Manaus, Brazil, where the highly transmissible P.1 variant emerged and has devastated the local population, researchers from Brazil and the Yale School of Public Health have found.
"The HAPPINESS Project and Increasing Access to Mental Health Services"—A New "Yale Talk" Podcast by President Salovey
The second episode of President Salovey's podcast series is about the HAPPINESS Project. Drs. Theddeus Iheanacho and Charles Dike from the medical school are his guests, along with Mr. Eddie Mandhry of Yale's Office of International Affairs.
Two Yale Students Begin Their Professional Development as Yale Ciencia Academy Fellows
Forty young science leaders will kick off their year as fellows of the Yale Ciencia Academy (YCA) for Career Development at an in-person meeting held to coincide with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting in Seattle (February 13-17, 2020).
A Forum on the Outbreak of a Novel Coronavirus, on Feb. 6
In response to news and concerns about the respiratory illness outbreak caused by a novel coronavirus initially identified in China, the Yale Institute for Global Health, Yale School of Public Health and the Global Health Justice Partnership will hold a discussion and question and answer session on Thursday, February 6, 2020.
Rapid Data Sharing and Genomics Vital to China Virus Response
Virus genomics is playing a critical role in combating an emerging respiratory virus in China that has international health officials on alert. Yale School of Public Health scientist and genomics expert Nathan Grubaugh explains what's happening.
Global Health Education Innovation Award: Applications Invited
The YSM OGHE GHE Innovation Award is designed to promote faculty research programs in global health education at Yale and to provide opportunities for medical students to learn methods relevant to conducting this type of research. Funded activities should address an important issue in global health education.
Spreading HAPPINESS in Nigeria: Yale, Partners Expand Mental Health Program
On Jan. 17, during a four-day trip to Nigeria that is part of the Yale Africa Initiative, Yale President Peter Salovey met with officials to finalize plans for expanding the HAPPINESS Project, a program of the Yale Department of Psychiatry.
Harmful Effects of Ageism on Older Persons’ Health Found in 45 Countries
In the largest examination to date of the health consequences of ageism, or age-based bias, researchers at the Yale School of Public Health have found evidence that it harms the health of older people in 45 countries and across 5 continents. The study included over 7 million participants.
YIGH and Emory Lead International Study Team to Collect Social Contact Research Data
The Yale Institute for Global Health in collaboration with Emory University recently hosted multi-country study mixes that included epidemiologists, engineers, and anthropologists who use standardized methods such as proximity-sensing devices and social contact diaries to collect data from urban and rural populations and lower- and middle-income countries.