Anjali Mangla
Staff Reporter
Anjali Mangla is a Science & Technology Editor for the News. She previously covered the intersection of STEM and social justice. Anjali is a sophomore in Ezra Stiles College planning to study Neuroscience, Global Affairs and Global Health Studies.
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Health advocates express concern over YNHHS hospital consolidation

Yale-New Haven Health system is seeking state approval to acquire three new hospitals in northern and central Connecticut to access novel patient populations in Waterbury, Manchester and Rockville. The system hopes to level the playing field with its largest state competitors like Hartford Healthcare.

Welcome to the special issue: Amplifying AAPI Voices 2022

Welcome the Yale Daily News’ special issue celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander communities! We are incredibly excited to present a mix of reported content and thoughtful personal essays as well as multimedia and artwork.

Yale experts weigh in on challenges in achieving global vaccine equity

Public health researchers shared their thoughts on the equity of global vaccine distribution at a June event hosted by the School of Medicine.

A healthcare worker fills a syringe with a vaccine.
Yale’s COVID-19 case count and a year and a half of changing alert levels

Before bringing students to campus last fall, Yale made a COVID-19 dashboard to track case counts among students, faculty and staff. Throughout the year, Yale […]

Yale scientists make key COVID-19 breakthroughs

When the COVID-19 pandemic took the world by storm, Yale scientists were at the forefront of national efforts to understand the science of the SARS-CoV-2 […]

Racist Zoom-bombing occurs during YSN event

At a Zoom event co-sponsored by various student affinity groups at the Yale School of Nursing on April 12, a racist Zoombombing occurred during a conversation about racism in healthcare.

PROFILES: Prominent Asian researchers in STEM at Yale

The News conducted interviews with three prominent Asian American researchers and professors at Yale, who have each contributed tremendously to science.

Navajo tribal citizen Patricia Nez Henderson speaks at SHEA event

On April 8, STEM and Health Equity Advocates at Yale, or SHEA, invited Patricia Nez Henderson SPH ’94 MED ’00 to discuss diverse perspectives on […]

Carcinogen found in hand sanitizer distributed by Yale

On March 26, students, faculty and staff were notified in an email from Yale’s Environmental Health & Safety Department, or EHS, that benzene, a substance […]

YSPH study finds that Black Medicare patients have higher 10-year death rate after strokes

A study conducted by researchers at the Yale School of Public Health found that 76.4 percent of Black Medicare patients die during the 10 years […]

Reina Maruyama speaks at STEM and Social Inclusion Event

Reina Maruyama, associate professor of physics and astronomy, spoke at the third event of the STEM and Social Inclusion lecture series on Tuesday. Organized by […]