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.

Yale researcher awarded grant for 3D hip replacement model

In December 2021, Yale orthopaedic researcher Aidin Eslam Pour was awarded a grant for personalized hip replacements that use 3D simulation models to prevent postoperative dislocation.

Yale researcher receives award to investigate “dark matter” of the human genome

Sarah Slavoff’s work studying the “dark matter” of the human genome could lead to the development of more effective treatments for melanoma.

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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Two Yale faculty members elected as fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Professors Donald Engelman and Debra Fischer were recognized by the AAAS for their contributions to science.

Reptiles and viruses: New E&EB faculty lead research

Brandon Ogbunu Ph.D. ’10 and Martha Muñoz head some of the newest laboratories within the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology department.

Yale School of Medicine recruits scientists pioneering imaging technology

C. Shan Xu and Song Pang, two scientists recognized for their contributions to 3D imaging technology, have joined the Yale School of Medicine faculty.

Three Yalies awarded prestigious Churchill Scholarships

Two seniors and an alumnus have been awarded Churchill Scholarships to study science, mathematics, engineering and science policy at the University of Cambridge for the 2022-23 academic year.

Yale medical students rally for abortion rights on 49th anniversary of Roe v. Wade

On Jan. 22, students at the School of Medicine organized a rally outside of Cafe Med in support of reproductive justice.

Emmanuella Asabor MED ’24 recognized by Forbes 30 Under 30

MD-PhD Candidate Emmanuella Asabor was one of the 30 individuals recognized by the Forbes 30 under 30 list in Healthcare.

Yale School of Medicine Emergency Medicine Chair forced from position, according to faculty

In the midst of a stressful period due to a rise in COVID-19 cases at Yale New Haven Hospital, Emergency Medicine Chair Gail D’Onofrio was forced from her position, according to multiple faculty members at the School of Medicine.