The Yale School of Public Health is actively working on many of today’s most pressing health issues. Research includes HIV/AIDS, air pollution and respiratory health, insect-borne diseases, health disparities, cancer epidemiology, global health systems, chronic diseases and genomics, among many others. Advances in these areas help to improve the lives of people locally, nationally and worldwide.

Ebola Modeling

The Ebola epidemic that began in 2013 is by far the largest outbreak in the history of the disease. YSPH researchers have developed a series of mathematical models to predict the diseases's...


Sleeping Sickness

An international team of researchers led by YSPH successfully sequenced the genetic code of the tsetse fly, opening the door to scientific breakthroughs that could reduce or end the scourge...


Stroke Prevention Guidelines for Women

New guidelines issued by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association addresses four risk factors distinct to women, such as pregnancy, oral contraceptives, menopause and...

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Indoor Tanning

People who use indoor tanning beds have a significantly higher risk of developing basal cell carcinoma (BCC) before the age of 40 than their peers who never used the devices. YSPH...



A novel anti-smoking effort that offers at-risk people financial incentives if they successfully quit tobacco has been designed by YSPH researchers for use in Connecticut. The iQuit program...


Healthier Eating

Four healthy corner stores and counting have been launched in New Haven to promote healthier eating in order to combat alarming rates of chronic disease. The School of Public Health and...


Genetic Research

Our researchers have narrowed the search for the gene or genes associated with inherited susceptibility to a malignant brain cancer known as a glioma to a region on chromosome 17. The next...


Tick-borne Diseases

Yale researchers have discovered a new tick-borne disease that is caused by a bacterium that is related to the bacterium responsible for Lyme disease. This new bacterium has been found in...

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