Abel Geleta
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
Pathways to Wellness prepares for grand opening in Hamden

The wellness center aims to reimagine what wellness and mental healthcare looks like in Black communities.

PROFILE: Doreen Abubakar, the neighborhood hero

isionary and community leader Abubakar strives to alleviate the issues and challenges facing New Haven communities

Researchers develop innovative approach to nanoparticle-based treatment of brain cancer

Scientists from Yale and the University of Connecticut are leveraging the combined power of science and technology to improve brain cancer treatment.

Yale researcher highlights racial ethnic bias in school disciplinary practices

Jayanti Owens’ recent research explores the nuanced relationship between students’ race and how teachers respond to misbehavior.

Yale doctors and researchers collaborate to address gun violence in New Haven

Through the Hospital-based Violence Intervention Program, doctors and law enforcement are running a strategic initiative to address gun violence in New Haven.

Yale honors nine-year old scientist Bobbi Wilson for lanternfly donation

Nine-year old Bobbi Wilson, who toured Yale labs after a viral racial profiling incident, returned to Yale for a ceremony celebrating her lanternfly donation to the Peabody Museum.

#ScienceTwitter: STEM professors discuss challenges of Twitter’s changing climate

Recent management changes at Twitter have the scientific community questioning the platform’s moderation and the future of the community of scientists on Twitter.

Yale undergraduates develop award-winning strategy to prevent gun violence

Yale students place first for their proposal for reducing gun violence in communities at the Tulane Health Policy Case Competition

Yale MSI researchers identify dietary molecule that helps harmful bacteria survive in the gut

A study concluded that Helicobacter pylori, a bacterium found in the stomach, is resistive to oxidative stress by transporting ergothioneine.

YSEC explores intersection between arts and sustainability

A new project spearheaded by the Yale Student Environmental Coalition, will encourage students to incorporate environmental efforts into artistic expression.

Yale biotech spinoff Modifi Biosciences receives $2.4 million to continue research and development on novel cancer therapeutics

The National Cancer Institute backs Modifi Bio’s innovative approach to precision oncology as they move to investigational new drug studies.