Dr. Kimberly Hieftje of Yale School of Medicine has been awarded $460,000 by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development to support her research on “A Digital Intervention for HIV Prevention in Black Adolescent Girls.”
- August 01, 2019
Dr. David Chambers, Deputy Director for Implementation Science at the National Cancer Institute, presents Advancing the Science of Implementation in Cancer Control’
Dr. David Chambers, Deputy Director for Implementation Science at the National Cancer Institute, presenting on ‘Advancing the Science of Implementation in Cancer Control’ on June 25, 2019
- July 02, 2019
Scientific innovations are created every day, but how do we ensure that they are used efficiently and reach the people who need them most? David Chambers, DPhil, deputy director for implementation science in the Division of Cancer Control & Population Sciences at the National Cancer Institute, tackled that question during his June 25 grand rounds lecture titled “Advancing the Science of Implementation in Cancer Control: An NCI Perspective."
- July 02, 2018
Two new centers at the School of Medicine and the School of Public Health will promote the adoption of research findings into clinical practice and develop and assess sustainable, cost-effective interventions to improve public health domestically and around the world.
- January 12, 2018
The new Yale Scholars in Implementation Science (YSIS) career development program has received an additional $1 million in National Institute for Health K12 grant funding, according to program director Dr. Steven L. Bernstein. The program was launched in September with an initial grant of $2 million.
- September 07, 2017
Dr. Steven L. Bernstein of the Yale School of Medicine has been awarded a K12 grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health to fund a five-year program to train young scholars in implementation science relevant to diseases of the heart, lung, and blood, or to sleep disorders.