Amy Xiong
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Alum founds prize for undergrad entrepreneurs

As a graduate student studying molecular biology at Yale, Jonathan Rothberg GRD ’91 found that he had few ways of pursuing a career in science […]

Math prof wins prestigious prize

Mathematics and computer science professor Ronald Coifman won the 2018 Rolf Schock Prize in Mathematics, one of the highest honors in his field, on March […]

Med School faculty revamp curriculum with sex differences

Faculty and students at the School of Medicine are spearheading efforts to integrate sex- and gender-related differences in health into the medical school curriculum, aiming […]

NIH officer calls for more diversity

Hannah Valantine, the National Institutes of Health’s first chief officer for scientific workforce diversity, gave the inaugural “Perspectives of Women in Science” lecture on Tuesday […]

Donation to expand psychosis treatment clinic

Marc and Elizabeth Rabinowitz have donated $120,000 to the Program for Specialized Treatment Early in Psychosis, a collaboration between Yale and the Connecticut Department of […]

Gene linked to opioid dependence

A variant of a gene involved in several neuropsychiatric disorders may be linked to opioid addiction, according to a recent study by researchers at the […]

Lecturer discusses life-saving technologies in low-resource areas

Rice University bioengineering professor Rebecca Richards-Kortum on Tuesday gave a lecture about her work addressing preventable deaths of newborns in Africa in front of an […]

WISAY lecture series showcases female scientists

Women in Science at Yale — working alongside Associate Dean for Science Education Sandy Chang and the Yale Science and Quantitative Reasoning Center — has […]

Five Yale profs receive research fellowship

Five professors at Yale have each received a $65,000 fellowship to further their research in their respective fields. Awarded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, […]

JE head receives engineering honor

Mark Saltzman, the founding chair of the School of Engineering & Applied Science’s Department of Biomedical Engineering and the head of Jonathan Edwards College, has […]

STEM profs engage with undergrads over dinner

Stephanie Eisenbarth, a professor at the School of Medicine, spoke at a dinner with about 15 undergraduates on Thursday night as part of a monthly […]