Marisa Peryer
Staff Reporter
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YNHH hospital prices published online

As of the new year, Yale New Haven Hospital’s prices are available online as part of the federal government’s effort to increase hospital price transparency. […]

Alpern steps down from School of Medicine deanship

Current School of Medicine Dean Robert Alpern announced he would not seek a fourth term of deanship on Wednesday.

Alpern’s big pharma payments total over $500,000

When Yale School of Medicine Dean Robert Alpern submitted a 2017 study for publication, he failed to reveal a crucial fact: his ties to the company whose treatment the study researched.

Tyson’s honorary degree comes into question

Neil deGrasse Tyson, a prominent astrophysicist and recipient of a Yale honorary degree, has come under fire after four women levied allegations of sexual misconduct against him.

YSM students honor resident with award

Described by colleagues as a “total star” who radiates warmth and kindness, Yale School of Medicine resident Benjamin Yu has been granted the 2018 Yale […]

Lamont recruits School of Medicine professors

As Gov.-elect Ned Lamont SOM ’80 — a business executive who just narrowly secured a spot as Connecticut’s next governor — prepares to take office, […]

Conference engages local students with science

On Sunday, contributors to the Yale Scientific Magazine set aside their writing talents for the day and instead engaged a group of young students with […]

Peabody Specimen Spotlight

Prolific fossil collector Sam Ciurca found his first fossilized eurypterid — which are colloquially referred to as “sea scorpions” — 50 years ago by accident […]

Yale scientists study mysterious stains on high-profile photos

A frameless painting by Alessandro Filipepi Botticelli sat on an easel under bright white lights. The 500-year-old “Virgin with Child” tempera painting was due for […]

Lux et Scientia Episode 1: Sandy Chang & “Introduction to the Profession”

Helena Lyng-Olsen profiles the man, the myth, the legend, Associate Dean for Science and Quantitative Reasoning Education Sandy Chang. Katherine Du reports on a mandatory […]

NIH issues new misconduct policies

The National Institutes of Health, which funds the majority of the School of Medicine’s research projects, recently instituted new policies intended to hold institutions accountable for complaints of faculty sexual misconduct.