Samantha Liu
Staff Reporter
Samantha Liu covers Community Health & Policy for the SciTech desk and serves as co-chair for the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Committee. As a Global Health Scholar, she studies English and Molecular Biology.
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White House memo pushes Yale research toward public accessibility

Yale librarians and researchers react to the memo, which calls for all federally funded research to be made publicly available by December 2024.

PROFILE: From Taiwan to Yale, Sandy Chang shoots for the STARS

Associate dean for science & quantitative reasoning Sandy Chang prioritizes democratizing science through mentorship and improving research accessibility.

Inside Governor Ned Lamont’s bill to expand maternal healthcare

If passed, the bill could radically change the landscape of Connecticut maternal care — and the lives of underserved people.

Finding “something genuine inside” for Asians in medicine

Discourse around Asian American medical experiences has become more prevalent in recent years. While the journey is by no means done, recent initiatives at Yale, […]

School of Medicine researchers and parent advocates collaborate for Angelman Syndrome patients

On March 31, members from the School of Medicine and the Foundation for Angelman Syndrome Therapeutics convened to reflect on progress being made towards combating the neurodegenerative disease.

Connecticut hospitals face record financial losses

Yale-New Haven Health, Trinity Health and other hospital systems across the state reported unprecedented financial losses in FY 2022.

YNHH’s Smilow Cancer Hospital pioneers new radiotherapy technology

The machine, created by biotechnology startup RefleXion, is the first of its kind to combine PET imaging and radiotherapy for use against solid tumors.

New Haven, YNHH members raise $75,000 for women’s heart health

In its annual campaign to educate the public about women’s cardiovascular health, New Haven has raised $75,000 for the American Heart Association.

The Chinese Program hosts first large-scale, in-person lantern festival

The Chinese Program at Yale, which offers advanced subject-based courses taught in Mandarin, celebrated the lunar Yuanxiao festival with over 250 attendees on Feb. 24.

At Home in the Oriental Pantry

The rows of hoisin sauce, stacks of instant ramen, and arrays of teaware at Yoon-ock’s grocery store, Oriental Pantry, rival the inventory of an H […]

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Digestive Health Center provides care to over 1000 patients in first three weeks of operation

The newly-opened Digestive Health Center combines patient care, clinical research and community education in New Haven.