Mai Chen
Contributing Reporter
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Yale researchers evaluate safety of popular sterilization method

A joint study led by researchers at Yale and UC San Diego studied a popular method of sterilization banned by the FDA and found that it is not “generally harmful.”

Yale researchers create cellular model of chronic lung disease

Researchers at the Yale School of Medicine visualize cells affected by chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and anticipate future gene therapy treatments.

Yale School of Medicine recruits scientists pioneering imaging technology

C. Shan Xu and Song Pang, two scientists recognized for their contributions to 3D imaging technology, have joined the Yale School of Medicine faculty.

Yale researchers link higher levels of low density cholesterol with decreased risk of hemorrhage

A recent Yale study links elevated lipid levels with decreased risk of subarachnoid hemorrhage, a type of stroke caused by brain aneurysms.

FDA and the School of Medicine collaborate to promote diversity in clinical trials

The FDA Office of Minority Health and Health Equity awarded the Yale School of Medicine a $3 million contract to promote diversity in clinical trials.

LATINX SPECIAL ISSUE: Marietta Vazquez first Latina named YSM assoc. Dean

Marietta Vazquez ’90, a professor in pediatrics at the Yale School of Medicine, has made strides to connect the medical institution and the community she […]

‘Everybody’s friend’: School of Medicine Director of Admissions Ayaska Fernando dies at 35

Following a battle with cancer, Yale School of Medicine Director of Admissions Damith “Ayaska” Fernando, 35, passed away on Oct. 2.  Originally from Sri Lanka, […]

Yale study finds pivotal information on the origins of sauropod dinosaurs

A new study by researchers at Yale and the University of Oxford has added crucial information to the understanding of the origins of sauropods, which […]

Primordial lightning strikes are potential source of life on Earth, Yale study finds

A new study by researchers at Yale and the University of Leeds suggests that prehistoric lightning bolts may have produced the biologically active phosphorus that […]

Anticoagulant use soon after hospitalization can reduce death risk in COVID-19 patients

A recent study involving researchers at the School of Medicine found that prescribing anticoagulants could be effective in preventing COVID-19 deaths. The paper was published […]

Yale TikTok: A potential market for Gen-Z students

TikTok has become an increasingly popular social media outlet for many Yalies, with the top videos from Yale students averaging half a million views.   […]

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