Discoveries & Impact highlights select scientific discoveries across the Department of Internal Medicine...
- December 19, 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a disproportionate impact on many people in underserved communities, including those who are incarcerated or work in our nation’s prison systems. Infections across this community have been five times higher than in the general U.S. population. Surrounding communities have also been disproportionately affected.
- December 19, 2022
Researchers from the Yale School of Medicine Section of Cardiovascular Medicine outline emerging areas of research in cardiovascular medicine. Explore the latest advances in scholarly and scientific publishing.
- November 23, 2022
‘Mass incarceration is one of the greatest health challenges of our time’: MacArthur ‘genius’ Emily Wang on building solutionsSource: STAT
‘Mass incarceration is one of the greatest health challenges of our time’: MacArthur ‘genius’ Emily Wang on building solutions
- November 01, 2022
A Yale study found that despite growing investments in health care over the past 20 years, barriers to timely medical care are increasing, as are racial and ethnic disparities in access to health care.
- October 19, 2022
“You have to understand the community you serve.” New Haven’s director of public health, Maritza Bond, MPH, made this point during the two-part panel discussion series for the Yale health professional schools community, New Haven Voices, held on September 8 and 29.
- October 12, 2022Source: YaleNews
The fellowship, which was created in 1981, is presented to individuals in a variety of fields who have shown exceptional originality in and dedication to their creative pursuits. Nominations are submitted anonymously by leaders in their respective fields. Recipients receive a $625,000 stipend paid in installments over five years to continue their creative pursuits. Wang is the 20th recipient who was actively serving as a Yale faculty or staff member at the time of their award.
- October 10, 2022
The Yale Schools of Medicine and Public Health and the Urban League of Southern Connecticut are teaming up with more than a dozen nonprofit organizations and local government agencies to see if an infusion of community programs and interventions in New Haven can mitigate systemic racism and reduce gun violence in the city.
- September 16, 2022
New research from Yale Cancer Center reveals a higher risk of cancer mortality in incarcerated adults, as well as among those diagnosed with cancer in the first year after release from prison.
- July 28, 2022
As a part of our “Meet Yale Internal Medicine” series, today’s feature is on Brita Roy, MD, MPH, MHS, assistant professor of medicine (general medicine), and director of population health.