For patients suffering from genetic disorders or diseases that may be cured by a combination of three new technologies, the clinical applications can’t come quickly enough.
The line between mental illness and genius has long been known to be razor-thin. Yale researchers stumbled upon evidence of this fragile boundary while researching auditory hallucinations in schizophrenia.
A dangerous hospital-acquired infection, Clostridium difficile, is now increasing in the community.
How research findings make their way to the classroom.
Some parasites may be unlikely allies with human health.
Helpful in some places, bacteria can cause conditions like MS when they break through the body’s barricades.
Geneticist Monkol Lek, PhD, suffers from a rare disease, muscular dystrophy, which he also researches.
Research on obesity may change approaches to nutrition.
Yale M.D./Ph.D. takes unconventional path to develop a new paradigm of care
How regeneration happens and how it might be exploited are the subjects of intense investigation.
Two young doctors describe their debilitating illnesses.