University | 8:45 pm | April 22, 2012 | By Caroline Tan

“Haven Games” bring Hollywood to Med School

On the left you can see Katniss Everdeen, the girl on fire, imagined as a Medical School student.

In case you haven’t had a chance to see The Hunger Games in theaters yet, an abridged version geared specifically for Yalies surfaced on YouTube on Thursday. Titled “The Haven Games,” the video — written and produced by Yale School of Medicine students — aims to welcome recent admits to the Medical School’s class of »

Sci-Tech | 12:08 pm | March 7, 2012 | By Ben Prawdzik

School of Medicine grad wins big settlement

A Sacramento jury awarded a settlement in the hundreds of millions to a Yale School of Medicine graduate. Above, California's Capitol Building in Sacramento.

A Sacramento jury awarded a Yale School of Medicine graduate $168 million in damages last week in a lawsuit over 18 complaints of harassment and professional misconduct at Sacramento’s Mercy General Hospital, the Los Angeles Times reported. Ani Chopourian MED ’99 began working as a physician assistant for the cardiovascular surgical team at Mercy General »

University | 11:11 pm | February 26, 2012 | By Michelle Hackman

Medical School starts blog to answer health questions

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Got a medical question? A new blog from the Yale School of Medicine may have the answer. “Ask Yale Medicine” enlists experts from across the school’s faculty to field emailed questions and post replies on the site. A number of blogs have already been posted — questions answered include “How can I prevent winter sports »

Uncategorized | 4:42 pm | August 21, 2009 | By Zeke Miller

Dean ’71 talks health care, Yale

Long considered one of the most knowledgeable figures on the topic of health care, Howard Dean ’71 has recently been the subject of a number of profiles, as debate on a “public option” continues. Dean will be teaching a residential college seminar this semester, “Understanding Politics and Politicians,” with his friend and fellow Piersonite, organizational »

Uncategorized | 11:41 pm | August 4, 2009 | By Paul Needham

Two Kohs are better than one

Bored during your internship? Here’s something to add to your reading list: A profile of former Yale Law School Dean Harold Hongju Koh and his brother, Howard Koh ’73 MED ’77, that appeared in The Boston Globe today. The brothers are now, respectively, legal adviser in the Department of State and assistant secretary for health »