YJBM 2018-2019 Colloquium Series: "Top-down Regulation of Attention by Prefrontal Cortex: Dysfunction in Attention Disorders" on March 25
Dr. Amy Arnsten will speak from 2:30-3:30 p.m. on March 25th in BCMM 206/208 (295 Congress St.), delivering a lecture titled: "Top-down Regulation of Attention by Prefrontal Cortex: Dysfunction in Attention Disorders." Light refreshments will be provided.
Save the Dates: IEEE Games, Entertainment, and Media Conference, June 19-22
The IEEE Games, Entertainment and Media (GEM) conference will be taking place at Yale University between June 19 and 22. This year’s conference will include a new platform for the exhibition of performances and experiences that utilize the emerging fields of Motion Capture, Virtual Reality, and Augmented Reality with a particular emphasis on pedagogy in these areas.
YSM Celebrates 100 Years of Women
Just over a century ago, Louise Farnam, Helen May Scoville, and Lillian Nye were the first women to be admitted to the School of Medicine. Their achievements and contributions, along with the many women who have followed since then, were recognized on June 1, 2018 with Celebration and Reflection, a daylong symposium commemorating the 100-year anniversary of women at YSM.
Happy 20th Anniversary, WHRY!
In recognition of Women's Health Research at Yale's 20th anniversary, the center’s many supporters, scientists, students, and mentees offered their thoughts and feelings about the last two decades and the change WHRY has made in leading us toward a healthier and happier future.
Yale advances in a ‘March Madness’-styled scientific research competition
Two Yale research teams recently moved forward into round four of a different kind of March Madness competition. The event, called STAT Madness, aims to raise awareness about scientific breakthroughs from national institutions and is sponsored by the Boston-based news organization STAT. The ongoing heated competition consists of voting for the best innovation in science from the past year. The current round of voting ends at midnight on Thursday, March 22.Source: Yale News
The Long Road: Where women's health has been and where it's going
It wasn’t until 1986 that the National Institutes of Health created a guideline to include women in federally funded research. It wasn’t until 1993 that the United States first passed a law requiring the inclusion of women in studies seeking federal grants. And it wasn’t until just this year that studies funded with federal money required the use of female animals, tissues, and cells.
Unmet Clinical Needs
On October 27, the Yale Center for Biomedical and Interventional Technology (CBIT), a YCCI emerging core, hosted Clinician Pitch Night. More than ninety students from Yale College, the School of Management, the School of Medicine, and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences gathered to listen to pitches from clinicians seeking creative, efficient, and cost-effective solutions to challenging problems that arise in caring for patients.
Yale Stem Cell Center will host two-day symposium to celebrate its 10th anniversary
Since it was founded in 2006, the Yale Stem Cell Center has supported the ground-breaking work of researchers and scientists working in basic stem cell research and translational science. On Thursday, Nov. 10, and Friday, Nov. 11, the center will hold a symposium in honor of its 10th anniversary.
The Connecticut Mental Health Center: Celebrating 50 years of a successful partnership between the state and Yale University
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Connecticut Mental Health Center, 20 authors have collaborated on a paper that highlights the diverse array of clinical, educational, and research initiatives offered by CMHC.
Keeping Our Kids Safe From E-cigarettes
On May 14 the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), in cooperation with Rep. Jackie Speier (D-Calif.) and Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), sponsored a Congressional briefing on electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) titled, “E-cigarettes: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You.”Source: AACR
Blumberg to Speak on Teen Suicide Prevention Panel
Hilary Blumberg, MD, John and Hope Furth Professor of Psychiatric Neuroscience and Professor of Psychiatry, and in the Child Study Center and of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging, will participate in a panel discussion Sunday, April 11, 2021, related to the prevention of youth suicide.