Kevin Lin
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Hackathon addresses health care disparities

Thirty-one members of the Yale community convened at the Center for Engineering Innovation and Design this past weekend for the Hack the Gap health care […]

Slifka Center hosts biotech startup fair

The Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life hosted its first Biotech Startup Fair this past weekend in an effort to promote awareness about the startup […]

YSM Gender Program offers comprehensive trans health care

The Yale School of Medicine established the Gender Program in October 2015 to provide clinical assistance to children and their families experiencing gender identity issues. […]

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Med school offers elective on healthy eating

The Yale School of Medicine offered a two-week elective class this past fall for 10 medical residents which focused on healthy eating and cooking that […]

Students create anti-hangover supplement

Two undergraduates, Margaret Morse ’17 and Liam McClintock ’17, have created SunUp, an anti-hangover supplement. The pair have worked on the project since last semester. […]

Students featured in gender identity film

A group of Yale students was featured in the Feb. 6 premiere of “Gender Revolution,” a two-hour documentary on the National Geographic Channel that explores […]

Yale-Mayo Clinic to further regulatory science

Funded by a United States Food and Drug Administration grant of up to $6.7 million over two years, Yale and the Mayo Clinic are establishing […]

HOCKEY: Teams utilize heart-rate monitors

This season, members of the Yale women’s hockey team have begun wearing heart rate monitors to inform their workouts and monitor their fitness, joining the […]

Health care hackathon draws large, diverse audience

On the weekend of Jan. 20, the Center for Biomedical and Interventional Technology and the Yale School of Medicine’s Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging co-hosted the third annual Health Care Hackathon.

ITS launches My Apps at Yale

My Apps at Yale gives students access to more than 60 Yale-licensed software applications from a single platform.

Yale startup brings 50,000 to D.C. women’s march

Rally, a startup co-founded by Numaan Akram and Siheun Song DIV ’15, helped to bring 50,000 individuals to this past weekend’s Women’s March on Washington.