This YJBM focus issue features articles on vaccines and vaccinations from authors across the world, ranging from original contributions on COVID-19 to perspectives pieces on the economic impact of vaccines.
- April 07, 2022
Stress is a major risk factor for mental and physical health problems, from anxiety and depression to heart disease—and YJBM presents articles that showcase the multi-faceted ways that stress impacts our lives.
- January 06, 2022
This focus issue features articles on just a few of the estimated 7,000 rare diseases people in the world experience. As we get closer to Rare Disease Day on February 28, 2022, YJBM hopes to spotlight the critical need for an emphasis on rare disease research.
- November 08, 2021
YJBM September 2021: Health Equity | A New Framework for Understanding Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Atopic Dermatitis
News & Views article for the YJBM September 2021 issue on Health Equity.
- October 22, 2021
Tribute to Mary McCrea Curnen, MD, PhD: A Central Figure in the Program for Humanities in Medicine's Creation
Mary G. McCrea Curnen, MD, PhD, who played a central role in the creation of Yale School of Medicine’s Program for Humanities in Medicine (PHM), passed away on September 29, 2021, at age 98.
- September 30, 2021
The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine’s September 2021 issue on Health Equity has been published on PubMed Central. The YJBM September 2021 focus issue explores the breadth and complexity of health inequities research in the US and abroad.
- July 01, 2021
Zoonotic disease research includes a diverse array of work that not only explores the sources of infection and the consequences of disease, but also provides solutions for the future by identifying infrastructure needs and genetic tools for empowering study.
- May 06, 2021
Dominique Catena, Third Year Medical Student at Florida State University Medical School writes about organ donation.
- April 13, 2021
Dr. Henry Sackin '78 writes an essay about a childhood friend.
- October 23, 2020
Going Beyond Fertility in Studies of Women’s Health by Mallory Ellingson