Chloe Nield
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Yale researchers develop first FDA-approved drug to delay autoimmune disease

Yale School of Medicine's Kevan Herold led the clinical trials for teplizumab, a drug found to delay the development of type 1 diabetes, which affects around 1.95 million Americans.

PROFILE: Veer Sangha Wins Elizabeth Barrett-Connor Research

The Ezra Stiles College senior won the prestigious award for his development of equitable heart disease diagnosis technology.

Psychiatry residents voice concern over new program director

The new director, who was chosen to replace an earlier hire that fell through, had a 4 percent approval rating in a survey of residents of the Yale School of Medicine’s psychiatry residency program.

Schools of Medicine and Nursing aim to boost diversity

Yale’s professional schools have continued to train faculty and staff in medical fields a range of diversity, equity and inclusion concepts.

Genecin, Chen to depart from Yale Health

The two administrators helped steer the University’s healthcare facility through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Yale researchers analyze containment strategies for monkeypox

Researchers at the Yale School of Public Health analyzed the extent to which monkeypox containment strategies need to be followed in order to avoid it becoming an endemic disease, including how these strategies should be applied on college campuses.

The light at the end of the tunnel: The COVID-19 vaccine at Yale

In an email sent on March 10, 2020, University President Peter Salovey told all Yale students to remain home after spring recess through at least […]

Yale researchers find the signals essential for hair follicle formation

Researchers at the Yale School of Medicine found two signals that are essential and sufficient to a cell's differentiation into a dermal condensate.

Researchers find infrastructure inequality prevents sustainable urbanization

A joint study analyzed the presence of infrastructure inequalities determined by preferential bias and how such inequalities are exacerbated by urbanization.

Yale researchers find certain immune cell types are predictive of COVID-19 mortality

Yale researchers applied Multiscale PHATE, a tool which was developed at Yale, to immune cell samples and found that the abundance of certain cell types can predict COVID-19 patient mortality with 83 percent accuracy.

Yale researchers find collective activism can be a buffer for ecoanxiety and depression

A study conducted by faculty from Yale and Suffolk University found that climate change-related anxiety and depression could be combated by participating in collective action against climate change.