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.
After 40 years of service, Margaret "Peggy" Bia bid patients, co-workers, colleagues, and friends good-bye at a service designed to honor kidney transplant recipients.
Women medical students share thoughts about the School of Medicine.
Cardiovascular surgeon Pramod Bonde takes an unconventional approach to repairing aneurysms, sparing some patients transplants or implants.
Michelle Chen, Gloria Sue, and James Tooley received awards and scholarships from the Department of Surgery for their demonstrated interest in pursuing careers in academic surgery.
A 3-year-old Bridgeport girl becomes the first patient in the United States to receive a bioengineered blood vessel.
Surgeons find that patients with DNR orders have higher mortality and are more likely to have complications after surgery.
A search for 70-year-old records unearths new details about the first use of chemotherapy for cancer.
Three years after the arrival of Sukru Emre, Yale’s transplant program has a patient volume rivaling those of larger centers and has expanded the realm of cases it treats.
A London surgeon and physician sought a Yale degree as part of his quest for upward mobility.