WHRY Student-led Blog Sheds Light on the History and Current State of Women's Health
WHRY Undergraduate Fellow Anjali Walia offers a personal perspective on the latest in women's health and the long history that continues to unfold in advancing policies and practices to fully study women and sex-and-gender differences.
Why Didn’t I Know This?: Yale Undergraduate Launches Blog on Women’s Health Research
This winter, Dhikshitha Balaji launched “Why Didn’t I Know This?” — WHRY’s first blog, hosted on the social publishing platform Medium. Every week, she shares her thoughts on women’s health and sex and gender differences.
Raising the Volume: Yale student-run biomedical journal focuses on sex and gender
One of the primary missions of Women’s Health Research at Yale is training the next generation of scientists to study the influence of sex and gender. And perhaps there is no one better to voice that necessity than a member of that generation.
An uncertain prognosis
I am a senior at Yale studying molecular biophysics and biochemistry with the privilege of learning the methods and technologies of evolving biomedical science while conducting research on nicotine addiction in a neurobiology lab. However, for the first time in my life I’m doubting my decision to become a scientist.Source: The Hill
Research in the News: Yale med student finds link between weight gain after HIV treatment and mortality
Bianca Yuh, a third-year student at Yale School of Medicine, spent last summer working on her thesis with the Veterans Aging Cohort Study, a key source of data on HIV-infected veterans. She was interested in investigating factors that determine positive and negative outcomes for older people with HIV infection after they receive treatment. Her findings, published March 11 in Clinical Infectious Diseases, suggest an easy intervention that requires no additional medication or diagnostic evaluation
Virtual M.S./CDE Program Rewarding for YSPH Grad
After graduating from the Yale School of Public Health’s intense M.S. in Chronic Disease Epidemiology program earlier this year, Ronald Chow, M.S., CDE ’21, said he would one day like to step foot in New Haven and thank his faculty mentors in person.