Hundreds gathered on Friday, June 5, to demonstrate solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, and express resolution to work to dismantle personal and institutional systems of racism.
The laboratory of Angélique Bordey has made important progress in understanding neurodevelopmental disorders associated with epilepsy.
Neurodegenerative conditions pose their own particular challenges to doctors. Finding ways to treat and possibly prevent neural dysfunction is a full-time job for Yale researchers.
Schizophrenia has long been a mysterious disease, but with the help of brain scanners scientists are now giving a physical shape to the delusions and hallucinations of the disorder.
Nancy Brown discusses what makes Yale and Yale School of Medicine’s neuroscience departments so strong, and what the future holds.
One of Yale’s foremost neuroscientists, Amy Arnsten, talks about influences that brought her into the field, and about research areas into which she has unusual insight.
The Body and The Mind issue offers insights into research about the brain at Yale and Yale School of Medicine. What makes it work, and why do conditions and diseases interrupt its healthy and orderly function?
Victims of stroke and traumatic neurological injury face a difficult problem: healing requires growing new connections. Researchers are working on ways to accelerate and supercharge the mind’s ability to mend.
Professional opportunities already damaged by cuts to NIH funding, physician-scientists have struggled to launch their careers just as their unusual skill set is needed most.
Howard Koh '77 has spent his long career in public health. Focusing on a particular project helped him achieve results in government, health care, and academia.
Yale researchers are exploring how sleep shapes memory by using advanced brain imaging and monitoring techniques.
With the publication of a study examining Phase III clinical trial results, Yale researchers help establish the effectiveness of fostemsavir, an investigational HIV-1 attachment inhibitor.
Illuminating the genetic and biological underpinnings of anxiety may lead to new therapies and clinical treatments, and vastly improve quality of life.
Veronica Chiang has worked hard to compete for interesting positions, but she also credits her success to a certain amount of luck.
A neurosurgeon introduces new treatments for cerebrovascular disorders.
Research associated with neuroscience has long been a strength for Yale School of Medicine. This issue explores some of the questions currently animating the field, by looking at ongoing projects.
Yale School of Medicine students and professors pioneer a class that teaches thinking historically about current events.
YSM alumnus Robert Klitzman confronts ethical questions around the creation of human life that technology makes increasingly possible.
An initiative from the Yale Child Study Center uses online platforms to defuse tensions between children and parents, and help teach socially acceptable behavior.
Researchers at Yale School of Medicine are using fMRI in an attempt to better understand posterior cortical atrophy, a rare type of Alzheimer’s disease.