Caitlin Westerfield
Staff Reporter
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Times general counsel talks Trump, WikiLeaks

The New York Times’ top lawyer spoke to students Thursday about his 30-year career helping the paper improve its coverage of sensitive stories, from the […]

Sex differences could affect treatment for alcohol

Researchers at the Yale Positron Emission Topography (PET) Research Center have found that there may need to be different treatments for male and female alcoholics. The finding is based on research that shows differences in the number of kappa opioid receptors (KOR) — a receptor that increases likelihood of addiction when active — in male and female brains.

Yale chosen as a research site for “the Manhattan Project” of Brain Imaging

Yale was recently selected to be a part of a 10-year study focused on the brain growth and development of 10,000 adolescents across the country.