Yale researchers investigate bone fragility in HIV patients

Researchers at the Yale School of Medicine and Yale School of Nursing are collaborating on a study to create a risk-assessment model for bone fractures in patients with HIV.

Yale joins as research partner in $25 million Quantum Leap Challenge Institute

The University has joined in a multi-institutional project that seeks to exploit the behavior of complex quantum systems.

First randomized trial on masking affirms efficacy, Yale study says

The effectiveness of masks in preventing COVID-19 has been supported by the results of a 300,000-person randomized trial in Bangladesh led by two School of Management researchers.

YSPH study examines high COVID-19 repeat positive test rates in nursing homes

A Yale School of Public Health study conducted in collaboration with the state found that some nursing home residents experienced repeat positive COVID-19 tests.

Portable MRIs help doctors diagnose stroke faster

A new Yale study shows that innovative, portable MRIs are making brain imaging, and specifically stroke diagnosis, faster and more accessible.

Joan Steitz donates Wolf Prize award money to RNA Scholars Program

Molecular biophysics and biochemistry professor Joan Steitz decides to use her award money from the Wolf Prize to fund the creation of an RNA Scholars Program within the Yale Center for RNA Science and Medicine.

Researchers at the medical school image live COVID-19 infection in mice

Scientists at the medical school used microscopic technology to image COVID-19 infection in mice, which will hopefully aid in developing treatments.

In eight-year scheme, former medical school employee charged with stealing millions from Yale

Jamie Petrone-Codrington was charged Friday, prompting an investigation by the FBI and Yale Police Department.

Yale researchers discover potential key for space travel on Mars and Titan

The ability to predict the weather on planets, such as Mars, and on Saturn’s moon Titan could help ensure the safety of space missions, both manned and unmanned.

Mars floating in space.
YSPH study finds COVID-19 vaccine rollout has saved 279,000 lives

Researchers used modeling techniques to estimate the number of lives saved and hospitalizations prevented due to the U.S. vaccine rollout compared to the result if no vaccines had been administered.

A healthcare worker fills a syringe with a vaccine.
Yale experts weigh in on challenges in achieving global vaccine equity

Public health researchers shared their thoughts on the equity of global vaccine distribution at a June event hosted by the School of Medicine.

A healthcare worker fills a syringe with a vaccine.