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- HIV medication offers protection against malaria
- Lyme pathogen linked ot emerging tick disease
- Obesity widespred in the Pacific Islands
- Frequent plasma donations making people sick
- Elderly benefit from positive, subliminal stereotypes
- Light drinking while pregnant may not be harmful
- Laser accurately measures fruit, vegetable intake
- Helping children with respiratory syncytial virus
- Energy drinks associated with behavioral problems
- Women ignore heart attack symptoms, delay help
- Extent of C. difficile infections is calculated
The mathematics of disease
Researchers are using complex calculations to better understand — and — prevent the spread of various diseases.
At the height of a deadly epidemic, YSPH researchers develop a model that sheds light on the transmission patterns of the virus.
An epidemic of sexual violence in South Africa's townships can be significantly reduced, and mathematical modeling shows how.
|A conversation with Reza Yaesoubi|
Modeling concentration launched at YSPH
A new program at the Yale School of Public Health will provide students with public health modeling skills.
Dean steps down
A look at the many accomplishments of Dean Paul Cleary, who is stepping down after 10 years.
Student-alumni mentorship program flourishes
A Yale School of Public Health program pairs aspiring health professionals with specialists in the field.
- Undaunted by Ebola
- Veterans Day, Every Day
- Providing water, sustaining life
- Alumni News
- Caribbean health
- Ebola quarantines medically unjustified, unconstitutional, YALE-ACLU report says
- REIDS re-funded
- A healthier Elm City
- Veteran researcher, leading tick expert retires
- Galvani's appointment makes history at Yale
- Centennial lectures
- Invasion of the bloodsuckers
- Awards and Honors
- Zika's rise
- YSPH around the world