Amberson Lecturer Will Highlight the Journey in Pursuit of Curing Human Pulmonary Fibrosis
Scientists seeking a better understanding of the cosmos turned their attention to the night sky, first with the naked eye, and then with increasingly powerful telescopic tools. This year’s J. Burns Amberson Lecture honoree, Naftali Kaminski, MD, ATSF, has followed a similar trajectory in his 20-year quest to further the understanding of disease in the human lung.Source: ATS2022 Conference News
Long COVID and Cognitive Dysfunction: Searching for Answers
Gilbert H. Glaser professor of Neurology and chief of the Division of Neurological Infections and Global Neurology Serena Spudich, MD shares her knowledge of cognitive dysfunction in long-COVID patients, research conducted in her COVID Mind Study and Yale program, and what treatment options are currently available.Source: TheBodyPro
Yale Pathology Diagnostic Pathology CME Annual Review Scheduled for September 17-18 at Yale Club of NYC
The Yale Department of Pathology presents its inaugural Diagnostic Pathology CME Annual Review on September 17-18 at the Yale Club of New York City. This inaugural course at the Yale Club in the heart of Midtown Manhattan will focus on the recent World Health Organization updates in all major pathology subspecialties.
How Effects on the Brain Can Produce Long COVID
COVID-19 may be primarily a respiratory illness, but its reach extends far beyond the lungs, with an impact that includes the brain. The neurologic and psychiatric complications of COVID-19 are incredibly diverse and sometimes persist long after patients recover from their initial infections.
The Blavatnik Fund for Innovation at Yale Awards Over $3 Million in Accelerator Funding to Develop 12 New Therapeutic and Digital Health Products
New Haven, CT - Yale University announces its largest ever round of Blavatnik awards: a total of 12 new projects have received over $3 million in accelerator funding. 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 applied research and technology in the life sciences, mainly advancing promising medical breakthroughs in therapeutics.Source: Yale Ventures
Yale Pathology Meets in Madison for Department Retreat; First In-Person Gathering Since Pandemic Began
Faculty and staff of Yale Pathology went to the Water’s Edge Resort in Madison on April 2 for a full-day retreat, the department’s first in-person gathering since the coronavirus pandemic began more than two years ago.