Rachel Gilmore
Federal stem cell ruling blocks Yale scientists

For two decades, Lawrence Rizzolo, the director of medical studies at the Yale School of Medicine, has been working toward a project that aims to […]

Med School rides grant funding

Federal stimulus funding has been a boon for the Yale School of Medicine this past year, but now the school must prepare for the day […]

Applications to Med School hit record high

The Yale School of Medicine received its highest ever number of applications this year, Director of Admissions Richard Silverman said Tuesday. The school received 4,243 […]

Despite resources, STI testing rates a concern

While Yale students have proven their prowess in final exams and standardized tests, when it comes to testing for sexually transmitted infections, there is still […]

Yale joins Haiti effort

A team of six physicians and medical professionals from the Yale School of Medicine and Yale-New Haven Hospital flew to Haiti Tuesday morning to provide […]

No more swine flu isolation

As the number of swine flu cases declines across the state and nation, Yale, too, is on the mend. Reversing its previous policy enacted last […]

Connecticut day cares fall short of state rules

A study led by Yale School of Nursing Professor Angela Crowley has revealed that Connecticut child care centers and family day care homes are not […]

Pepsi opens New Haven research lab

Yale scientists have a new colleague in PepsiCo. The food and beverage giant opened a research laboratory last week at 25 Science Park. In New […]

1,500 Swine flu vaccines arrive

After weeks of delayed shipments and rationed vaccinations, Yale will inoculate students for swine flu at two clinics Wednesday and Thursday, University Health Services announced […]

250 vaccinated for swine flu

The swine flu vaccine is now available for high-risk students, YUHS Director Paul Genecin said in an e-mail to the News Friday. While the vaccine […]

Yale to revise licensing for medicines in poor countries

Yale joined five other universities Monday in calling for the expanded distribution of medicines in poor countries. The University will add financial and legal incentives […]