Shandra Ahsan
Contributing Reporter
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Yale experts explain ChatGPT

ChatGPT, the AI bot that drew over 1 million users soon after its launch, has taken the world of AI and education by storm.

Former CDC directors explore public health distrust at Yale talk

The Yale Institute for Global Health hosted a public panel with three former CDC directors to discuss CDC reform and the credibility of public health officials.

Yale global health researchers evaluate Ethiopia Primary Healthcare Transformation Initiative

Researchers at the Yale School of Public Health published a paper describing how the Ethiopia Primary Healthcare Transformation Initiative is improving primary healthcare system performance.

Yale researchers develop digital tool to identify cases of elder abuse

A team of Yale researchers has developed a web-based app to empower and identify victims of elder abuse.

Social media post leads Yale scientist to long COVID discovery

Akiko Iwasaki’s active Twitter use might have led her to the treatment for long COVID after finding a Facebook poll made by individuals with the condition.

Yale professor Lisa Suter discusses implicit biases in health care

In a recent talk “Enhancing Diversity and Reducing Implicit Bias in Rheumatology,” Lisa G. Suter addressed implicit bias in medicine and its role in health care disparities.

Medicare could help close racial gaps in healthcare, Yale study finds

In a recent study, Yale SOM’s Paul Goldsmith-Pinkham and his co-authors looked into the impact of Medicare eligibility on racial and ethnic disparities in health outcomes.

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