From class project to health startup
Two Yale College students hope to launch an Android application this evening that aims to increase vaccination rates in the developing world.
Non-coding regions tied to autoimmune diseases
A team of researchers at Yale, University of California, San Francisco, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard have identified the specific genetic variations that cause 21 autoimmune diseases. What is more, they have proposed a novel role for gene regulation in human disease.
People cooperate to their disadvantage
Conceptions of fairness guide individuals to share, even when different strategies exist that could create greater equality, according to a new Yale study bridging psychology and economics.
YLS conference talks health law
Fifty years after the passage of Medicare and Medicaid, and four years after the passage of the landmark Affordable Care Act, the Yale Law School hosted a conference to examine the current state of health law in the United States.
Ebola benefit concert promotes solidarity
Five performing groups joined together Saturday night in Battell Chapel for a benefit concert meant to increase campus awareness of Ebola and fundraise for disease relief.
Yalies dance for Ebola relief
One week after being released from quarantine, Ryan Boyko GRD ’18 received a welcoming hug from Associate Dean of the School of Art Samuel Messer — signaling the community’s embrace of Boyko’s Ebola relief efforts. Boyko, who was quarantined for three weeks after helping model the Ebola epidemic in Liberia, served as a guest speaker »