Beatriz Horta
Staff Reporter
Beatriz Horta is a staff reporter from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil covering the School of Medicine, School of Nursing and medical research. She's sophomore in Trumbull College majoring in psychology and MCDB.
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Yale settles with Department of Labor after underpaying female cardiologists

The University has agreed to pay a total of $87,500 to four female cardiologists after the U.S. Department of Labor found the employees were compensated […]

Professor found guilty of sexual harassment by UWC can move forward in discrimination suit, judge rules

Cardiology professor Michael Simons MED ’84 can move forward in his case alleging that the University discriminated against him because he is a man by […]

Common cold may protect against the flu, Yale study finds

Yale researchers found that contracting the common cold could help protect against later infection with the flu. In the midst of one of history’s largest […]

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative awards Yale researchers with grants to study neurodegeneration

Three Yale researchers have been awarded grants by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, or CZI, to research neurodegenerative diseases — disorders characterized by the molecular unraveling […]

Yale News
Yale lab receives prestigious grant to study working memory

The Arnsten Lab at Yale has been selected as one of 16 labs worldwide to receive funding from the NeuroNex program for a project that […]

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Yale launches free coronavirus screening program

As the University finalizes its plans for the fall, Yale has launched a coronavirus screening program to offer free viral testing for all students, faculty […]

School of Drama costume shop produces face masks for donation

In an effort to mitigate the shortage of protective personal equipment, Yale School of Drama’s costume shop is producing protective face masks and donating them […]

Yale Center working to develop COVID-19 therapy

The Yale Chemical and Biophysical Instrumentation Center, or CBIC, is investigating a treatment for acute respiratory distress syndrome, one of the symptoms caused by the […]

Lukas Flippo
Undergraduates explore partial automation of ventilators in class project

None of the students who enrolled in “Mechatronics Laboratory” could have anticipated that they would end the term tasked with searching for solutions for a […]

As COVID-19 takes over hospitals, graduating med students look ahead

As the coronavirus pandemic batters the country, the Yale School of Medicine’s graduating class is facing changes to commencement events as it prepares to enter […]

New endowment promotes study of the brain

A new donation by Yale alumni will promote neuroscience research at the School of Medicine. James Lawrence ’74 and Mary Lawrence MPH ’98 created a […]

Giovanna Truong