Brandon Wu
Staff Reporter
Brandon Wu covers relations between the School of Medicine and the School of Public Health. Originally from Cupertino, he is a sophomore in Pauli Murray studying Computer Science and Humanities.
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With overflowing emergency department, Yale New Haven Hospital temporarily expands to parking lot

In response to unprecedented volumes of patients and longer duration of stay, Yale New Haven Hospital is temporarily expanding its emergency room to the parking lot.

Yale School of Medicine Emergency Medicine Chair forced from position, according to faculty

In the midst of a stressful period due to a rise in COVID-19 cases at Yale New Haven Hospital, Emergency Medicine Chair Gail D’Onofrio was forced from her position, according to multiple faculty members at the School of Medicine.

School of Public Health faculty and students call for vision and autonomy ahead of dean’s departure

Following the announcement of School of Public Health Dean Sten Vermund’s upcoming departure in June, faculty and students advocated for greater autonomy from the School of Medicine and a renewed commitment to its vision.

Yale School of Medicine launches Student Mental Health and Wellness Program

The Yale School of Medicine announced the launch of the pilot Student Mental Health and Wellness Program to provide short-term individual therapy and counseling for its students.

Daniel F. Sarpong starts Executive Director role at the Yale Office of Health Equity Research

After eight years as the endowed chair and director of the Center for Minority Health and Health Disparities Research and Education at Xavier University, Daniel F. Sarpong has been tapped as the new executive director of the Yale Office of Health Equity Research.

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Yale Health reminds students to get their mandatory flu shots

As the “Yale Plague” spread this past month, University health officials have urged Yale community members to get a flu shot — a mandatory component of […]

Yale researchers warn against use of Tylenol by pregnant women

A research team including two Yale researchers have cautioned pregnant women against the use of the common pain reliever acetaminophen, brand name Tylenol. They cited […]

Yale researchers identify Americans’ willingness to prepare for “climate change” versus “extreme weather”

From the catastrophic forest fires in California to the recent flooding of Yale’s dormitories, the impacts of climate change are becoming more apparent to many […]

Researchers identify predictors of psychological stress in health care workers

Since COVID-19 infections and deaths began to soar worldwide at the beginning of last year, one group has been at the forefront of the battle […]