Carlos Salcerio
Staff Reporter
Carlos Salcerio covers the Yale School of Medicine and the Yale School of Nursing for the SciTech desk. Originally from Cuba, he is a prospective pre-medical student majoring in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry in Jonathan Edwards College.
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New infection and immunity center looks into long COVID-19, chronic Lyme disease

The Yale School of Medicine’s new Center for Infection & Immunity, which launched on Aug. 18, is researching post-acute infection syndromes while encouraging diversity, elevating scientists and incorporating patients as research partners.

Two professors named APA fellows for contributions to psychology

Yale faculty members Traci Cipriano and Thomas J. McMahon were recognized by the American Psychological Association for outstanding work.

Research team secures $25 million grant to develop mRNA cancer vaccine

The joint team of researchers is looking to use the grant money to revolutionize cancer defense by orchestrating immune responses through mRNA technology.

Biotech company founded by Yale alum opens new headquarters in Connecticut

Quantum-Si, a biotechnology company based in Branford, Connecticut, moved into a new space to support over 100 staff as they continue to develop and market their protein sequencing technology called “Platinum.”

Yale researchers develop holistic metric for measuring weight loss

Developed by Yale researchers, the Weight-specific Quality of Life metric aims to provide a more comprehensive and stigma-free assessment of weight loss among veterans.

Yale experts explain causes of seasonal allergies

With the start of spring, an increase of pollen release has resulted in more cases of seasonal allergies.

Yale study sheds light on why women might be more prone to Alzheimer’s

Key structural differences in the brain region responsible for wakeful rest may explain women’s higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.