William J. Zhang
Contributing Reporter
Author Archive
‘Blank Space’ in memory? Researchers investigate Taylor Swift-induced amnesia

In a recent review, School of Public Health student Nathan Carroll theorized that excitement and sensory overload could explain memory lapses among concertgoers during the pop star’s Eras Tour.

New Parkinson’s research center to open at Yale

Yale School of Medicine will establish the Stephen and Denise Adams Center for Parkinson’s Disease Research with a Harvard Medical School neurologist at its helm.

Elizabeth Bradley delivers the Yale School of Public Health Dean’s Lecture

Bradley, one of this year’s four Wilbur Cross Medal recipients and a member of the News’ presidential shortlist, reflected on her career and moments of transition.

Health minister of Bhutan speaks at the School of Public Health

Dechen Wangmo, health minister of Bhutan and School of Public Health alumna, describes institutional collaboration on public health in Bhutan.

AI helps predict adverse outcomes in cardiovascular medicine, Yale study finds

Yale researchers have created a noise-adapted artificial intelligence model that can detect heart disease.

Mark Silverberg shares “pearls and pitfalls” of entrepreneurship at Trumbull Tea

The Trumbull Head of College House hosted ophthalmologist and Yale alumnus Mark Silverberg for a talk on the “pearls and pitfalls” of medical entrepreneurship.

Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel L. Levine discusses LGBTQI+ health at Yale Law School

The Yale Solomon Center for Health Law & Policy welcomed Levine for a keynote on the importance of gender-affirming care for transgender and non-binary youth.