Recent YSCC Discoveries
In honor of World MS Day on May 30, 2023, Yale Department of Neurology Chair and neuro-immunologist David Hafler, MD spoke with NBC Connecticut on the importance of early detection of MS, advances in effective therapies, and improvements in prognosis over the last 30 years.
- May 27, 2023
Student research – especially the thesis – and faculty mentors were celebrated at Student Research Day on May 9, 2023.
- May 25, 2023
American Society for Investigative Pathology Features Katerina Politi, PhD, During Women in Pathology MonthSource: American Society for Investigative Pathology
The American Society for Investigative Pathology features Katerina Politi, PhD, Associate Professor of Pathology, during Women in Pathology Month.
- May 24, 2023Source: Yale Ventures
The Blavatnik Fund for Innovation at Yale, made possible by a generous grant from the Blavatnik Family Foundation, supports Yale faculty in the commercialization of biomedical and digital health innovations.
- May 22, 2023
Clemente Britto-Leon, MD, assistant professor of medicine (pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine) at Yale School of Medicine (YSM), received the Carol Basbaum Award from the Respiratory Cell and Molecular Biology (RCMB) Assembly of the American Thoracic Society.
- May 21, 2023
Katie McAvoy, MD, clinical fellow (pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine), was awarded top abstract by the American Thoracic Society (ATS) Innovations in Fellowship Education Working Group.
- May 20, 2023
Lauren Ferrante, MD, MHS, assistant professor of medicine (pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine) has won the American Thoracic Society (ATS) Jo Rae Wright Award for Outstanding Science.
- May 19, 2023Source: Hartford Courant
Geoffrey Chupp, MD, professor of medicine (pulmonary, critical care and sleep medicine), and Kelsey Kaman, MD, assistant professor, discuss what you need to know this allergy season.
- May 17, 2023
It’s been more than three years since the COVID pandemic began, causing over six million deaths worldwide (as of April 2023). While things have largely returned to normal thanks to vaccines, lockdowns, and public health measures and with the Public Health Emergency recently ending, life is a “new normal.” No one who has come out on the other side of the height of the pandemic has remained unaffected, whether physically, emotionally, or both. This is particularly true for the frontline healthcare workers who cared for very sick patients despite the fear of becoming ill themselves.
- May 16, 2023
Women’s Health Research at Yale Funds Studies to Improve Early Detection of Ovarian Cancer, Treatment of Prenatal Infections, and Aortic Aneurysm Outcomes in Women
Women's Health Research at Yale announces recipients of 2023 Pilot Project Program Grants