Jessica Kasamoto
Contributing Reporter
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Yale Institute for Global Health awards Spark grant to four faculty members

Four Yale Institute of Global Health associated faculty members each receive an award of up to $10,000 for projects contributing to global health research.

Yale study finds significant protection in annual COVID-19 booster

A study coming out of the Yale School of Public Health finds that annual or bi-annual COVID-19 booster shots will likely have a significant impact in reducing endemic COVID-19 infections.

Olympian Laura Zeng ’25 to appear in multidisciplinary performance art piece

Developed by Chiara Hardy ’24 and 2-time Olympic rhythmic gymnast Laura Zeng ’25, the performance combines movement, prosthesis, sound and light.

New Yale study finds promising results with nasal COVID-19 vaccine

A team of Yale researchers recently published their findings that a nasal booster vaccine for COVID-19 may be a key way to help prevent the infection and transmission of COVID-19.

Jonathan Larson’s Rent takes Dramat mainstage

The musical, which premieres tonight at the Yale University Theater, tells the story of the struggling artist in New York City during the 90s.

Yale doctors combat emerging allergy epidemic through early exposure

As food allergies become increasingly prevalent in the U.S., pediatric allergists at Yale New Haven Children’s Hospital are playing defense, aiming to prevent food allergies in infancy.

Yale experts explain the benefits of flu shots

Three Yale experts explain why getting vaccinated against influenza is important, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Inaugural conference highlights alcohol research at Yale

The inaugural Yale Conference for Alcohol Research and Education was held on Sept. 10, bringing together students, researchers, clinicians and other community members to learn about the alcohol-related research conducted at Yale.

Yale experts weigh in on differences between COVID-19 and Monkeypox

While headlines pertaining to the monkeypox outbreak may seem reminiscent of the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers identify key differences that make for diverse outlooks for these two viral infections.