Manas Sharma
Staff Reporter
Manas Sharma covers the Yale School of Medicine for the SciTech Desk of the News. Manas is originally from McComb, MS, and is a sophomore in Branford majoring in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology.
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Yale Bone Center celebrates 35th year of groundbreaking research and advancement

As the Yale Bone Centers completes 35 years of research and development, three researchers share their work and collaboration with the center.

Yale Department of Science and Quantitative Reasoning hosts first Entrepreneurship in STEM panel

Three leading physicians and scientist entrepreneurs led the Department of Science and Quantitative Reasoning’s first-ever “Entrepreneurship in STEM” panel, providing key advice for undergraduate students.

New Yale study shows potential target for treating blood cancers

Researchers in the Halene lab at the School of Medicine have discovered a new pathogenic mechanism in hematological malignancies that could open doors in treatment.

Yale researchers uncover the true mechanism of common diabetes drug

A new study by Yale researchers at the School of Medicine disproves previously held theories about the mechanism of metformin, one of the most effective medications to treat diabetes.

New Yale study finds reduced accessibility to COVID-19 testing for marginalized groups

Yale MD-PhD student leads study into COVID-19 testing availability for Black, Latinx and Indigenous communities during the first wave of the pandemic.

Yale receives $10 million to study COVID-19 pathogenesis and its long-term effects

Yale researchers at the School of Medicine studying the pathogenic mechanisms and long-term effects of COVID-19 receive HHMI grant to further support their collaborative studies.

Yale and National Brain Tumor Society launch DNA Damage Response consortium

Yale professor Ranjit Bindra’s lab will launch the DNA Damage Response Consortium with the National Brain Tumor Society in order to further cutting-edge treatment for brain cancer.

Study at Yale Cancer Center receives national recognition

The Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology Gastrointestinal Symposium presented a new Yale study on colorectal cancer.

Joint Yale and Harvard study shows people may be infectious beyond five-day isolation

Researchers at the Yale School of Public Health and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health showed that the Omicron variant might be infectious for longer than previously believed and prompted discussion around isolation policies in new preprint.

Seven women file lawsuit against Yale for switch-up of fentanyl and saline during procedure

A lawsuit has been filed against Yale for the erroneous administration of saline in the place of fentanyl by a nurse during procedures at the Yale Fertility Clinic.

Yale-led studies open doors for treatment of lymphoma and neuroblastoma cancers

Two new Yale-led studies published in Nature on Nov. 24 have revealed further details regarding the  anaplastic lymphoma kinase molecule, or ALK, and its role […]