Yale School of Public Health Elihu Professor of Biostatistics Jeffrey Townsend has received a $4 million grant to study fungal evolution and disease progression.
- July 23, 2019
Adults who take several prescription medications are more likely to experience serious falls, say Yale researchers and their co-authors in a new study. This heightened risk can affect middle-aged individuals — a population not typically viewed as vulnerable to debilitating or fatal falls, the researchers said.
- May 23, 2019
Women’s Health Research at Yale funds studies on pain relief, cannabis, and genetic origins of sex differences in disease
Women’s Health Research at Yale (WHRY) today announced funding for first-of-their-kind studies on pain relief, cannabis, and the genetic basis of sex differences across a broad range of ailments, including Alzheimer’s disease and heart disease.
- May 17, 2019
People with HIV who drink too much were more likely to reduce drinking after undergoing an approach to care known as integrated stepped alcohol treatment, according to a Yale-led study.
- May 01, 2019
A one-week biomedical data course, offered from July 22-26 on the West Campus, is open for online registration.
- April 11, 2019
The Yale School of Public Health is offering an intensive summertime course in health modeling to better prepare practicing professionals with the latest tools that they will need to address existing and emerging health challenges.
- April 03, 2019
In a new study of patients awaiting kidney transplants, Yale researchers found significant racial disparities. This occurred despite a new system designed to reduce inequities, the researchers said.
- March 20, 2019
A research team led by the Yale School of Public Health has found that for people living with HIV/AIDS, both recent immunosuppression and prolonged HIV viremia play important and independent roles in the development of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
- March 16, 2019
The president will need to start listening to health experts if he’s going to eradicate the virus in the country.
- March 14, 2019
A powerful analytical tool, known as UTMOST, developed by Hongyu Zhao, Ph.D., the Ira V. Hiscock Professor of Biostatistics at the Yale School of Public Health, and colleagues could allow researchers to design therapeutic drugs that more effectively combat disease.