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25 Years of Women’s Health Research at Yale

For the past 25 years, Women's Health Research at Yale has been investigating conditions of high morbidity and mortality in women and understanding sex and gender differences that affect health outcomes.

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  • Christopher J. Tien, PhD awarded pilot grant

    Christopher J. Tien, PhD, assistant professor and lead physicist for Brachytherapy in the Department of Therapeutic Radiology in the Yale School of Medicine, was recently awarded a pilot grant from the American Cancer Society and Yale Cancer Center for his application “Characterization of a novel brachytherapy applicator with dynamic shielding for radiation therapy in cervical cancer.” As Dr. Tien is a clinical physicist, this grant represents his first extramural funding. Other members of the Yale Cancer Center will be key collaborators on the work, specifically: Dr. Emily Draeger, Dr. Jay (Zhe) Chen, and Dr. Shari Damast.

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  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Efforts Start at the Top

    Efforts to expand diversity, equity, and inclusion at Smilow Cancer Hospital and Yale Cancer Center emanate from Eric P. Winer, MD, Director of Yale Cancer Center and Physician-in-Chief of the Smilow Cancer Network and extend throughout the enterprise.

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  • Smilow Breast Cancer Care Referrals in Greenwich and Stamford

    Experts at Smilow Cancer Hospital and Yale Cancer Center, in partnership with the team at the Breast Center at Greenwich Hospital, are at the forefront of providing innovative and comprehensive multidisciplinary breast care, and access to clinical trials to our patients.

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  • Health Headlines: How your age affects healthcare screenings

    In today’s health headlines, how your age affects the kind of healthcare and screenings your doctor recommends as you get older. Radiation oncologist at Yale Cancer Center and Smilow Cancer Hospital, and Professor of Therapeutic Radiology at Yale School of Medicine, Dr. Suzanne Evans, is discussing this topic.

    Source: WTNH
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