Branford genomics facility expands
Four months after its opening, the Mount Sinai Genetic Testing Lab— located in Branford, Connecticut and run by the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai — is on track to meet its growth targets for the year.
Post-bac program aims to increase diversity in sciences
After spending almost a year working with Yale faculty in the Combined Program in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences, the first class of the Yale Post-baccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP) has begun to hear back from the graduate schools to which they applied.
CERN head outlines growth
Fabiola Gianotti will be the first female to head CERN, the top particle physics lab in the world, beginning her tenure at the start of 2016.
Q&A: Treating the hard to treat
Arielle Baskin-Sommers is a professor of psychiatry and psychology at Yale. Her research specializes in psychopathology and disinhibitions.
Negative age stereotypes getting worse over time
Negative perceptions toward the elderly have been on a steady rise for the last 200 years, according to a new Yale study looking at over 400 million words in archives of American publications.
Students skeptical of mental health changes
Yale Health will hire more psychologists, psychiatrists and clinical social workers, Director of Yale Health Paul Genecin announced in a Thursday campus-wide email.