Will Eger, MPH '21, recently published a paper about syringe services based on his student work and experiences.
- November 22, 2022
The Curbsiders Addiction Medicine podcast covers introductory topics in addiction medicine through expert interviews and provides listeners with clinical pearls in caring for patients with substance use disorders. The first season can be found on all major listening platforms, including Spotify and Apple podcasts.
- November 15, 2022
Q&A with Roy Herbst, MD, PhD, medical oncologist, in recognition of Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
- November 01, 2022
ME/CFS (myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome) is a highly disabling, severe condition that has been largely overlooked and even questioned as an illness by physicians and biomedical researchers for decades. But now, scientists including Yale's Akiko Iwasaki and Harlan Krumholz are finding parallels between post-infection long COVID and ME/CFS.
- October 17, 2022
Given the benefits of antiretroviral treatment, for many individuals with HIV, substance use disorder— including opioid, alcohol, and tobacco use disorder—is a greater threat to their health than the virus. Although medications and behavioral treatments are available to address these conditions, many patients are not offered them and do not have the opportunity to benefit.
- October 06, 2022
Yale School of Public Health Professor Sten H. Vermund, an international leader in HIV/AIDS and global health research and policy, will give the prestigious John F. Enders Lecture Oct. 22 in Washington, D.C. The lecture is one of the highest honors bestowed by the Infectious Diseases Society of America.
- May 10, 2022
Machine learning algorithms accelerate biomedical research in viral infection, cardiovascular disease, breast cancer and more at Yale’s van Dijk Lab.
- May 03, 2022
Churches are closing in predominantly Black communities – why public health officials should be concernedSource: Brookings
Public health officials need to become more intentional and systematic in understanding the demographics served by churches in predominantly Black communities, the ways in which they deliver services, their capacity to serve as potential extension sites for health care access, and the ways in which they support, more generally, the social determinants of health in their communities.
- May 02, 2022Source: The New York Times
New York City entered a higher risk level for the coronavirus on Monday, a troubling reminder that the pandemic is not over and that the virus still has the power to harm New Yorkers.
- December 09, 2021
A historic U.S. investment in the global prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS is helping African countries fight the spread of COVID-19.