Wilkins, Goldenberg Appointed to New Medical Student Education Leadership Positions
Kirsten Wilkins, MD, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, has been named Director of Medical Student Education overseeing all medical student education in the Yale Department of Psychiatry. Matthew Goldenberg, MD, MSc, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, has been named Psychiatry Clerkship Director.
Richard Flavell Is Named a Distinguished Fellow by the American Association of Immunologists
Richard A. Flavell, PhD, is one of 20 scientists who have been named Distinguished Fellows by the American Association of Immunologists, which recognizes members for distinguished careers and outstanding scientific contributions, as well as their service to AAI and the immunology community. It is one of the highest honors that AAI bestows.
Balancing the curriculum
For most of its history, the School of Medicine was a place where young white men learned from older white men. Those days are gone. Black men and women trickled into the medical school in the middle of the 20th century. By the 1990s, women made up half of each medical school class and the presence of minority students was increasing.
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.
Gigi Galiana offers Pro Tip to Young Scientists in Aperture exhibit
Galiana and the other women featured in the exhibit were asked to provide a statement about advice they would offer their younger self, what they would say to inspire the next generation of women, and what led them to choose their career path.
Yale Cancer Center Awards for Clinical Excellence presented during annual Conclave
Debra Brandt, D.O. and Kevin Kim, M.D. were each honored with the Yale Cancer Center (YCC) Award for Clinical Excellence at YCC’s annual Conclave on Monday, January 13. The night celebrated the accomplishments of goals set for 2019 and honored faculty and staff with clinical and research prizes.
MoMba App: Hopelab and Elevate Team Up on Social Media Application
Elevate, a policy lab at Yale School of Medicine and Hopelab, a social innovation lab in San Francisco, Calif., recently teamed up in a collaboration focused on the MoMba® app, a social media application designed to strengthen the mental health of mothers as well as their connections with their young children.