A large and diverse program of research that is part of the Yale Cancer Center.
Optimizing the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of vaccination strategies and other health interventions by quantitatively evaluating and informing public health policies.
Supports research that combines behavioral, social and biomedical approaches to HIV prevention, treatment and the elimination of HIV disparities.
Epidemiologic research investigating the impact of environmental, genetic and clinical factors on pregnancy, birth and childhood.
Utilizes Yale's multidisciplinary expertise and global reach to train future leaders, provide a comprehensive educational program and catalyze innovative research.
Center for Neuroepidemiology and Clinical Neurological Research
Statistical methods and technologies for understanding disease etiologies and developing treatment and prevention strategies.
Established in 2007 to identify solutions to New Haven’s health challenges through an approach known as community engaged research.
A joint effort with the CT Department of Public Health and the CDC to assess emerging and re-emerging infections and to evaluate methods for prevention and control.
ERIC is at the forefront of action-oriented health disparities research with direct implications for improving health and healthcare outcomes for historically vulnerable populations both...
Develops leadership through education and research that strengthen health systems and promotes health equity and quality of care.
Brings together scholars developing policy-relevant research that can improve health, strengthen health care systems and enhance health care delivery.
Physiology and health in the modern environment.
Provides genomic, proteomic, bioinformatics, biostatistical, and high performance computing technologies for biological and biomedical research.
Samoan Obesity, Lifestyle and Genetic Adaptations Study Group
Part of a network of 37 academic/community partnerships funded by the CDC. This is the only center based in a hospital.
Provides expertise for the design, conduct and analysis of health and health care studies, methodological development, and education and training.
Multi-disciplinary research initiatives including falls and injury prevention projects, and studies of disability, dementia, hospitalization end-of-life care and patient preference.
Seeks to understand Earth’s climate system and energy resources, and the ecological and social consequences of changing climate and energy regimes.
Is the focal point for global health at Yale, bringing together expertise and knowledge from across campus with partners around the world.
Interdisciplinary research aimed toward creating science-based policy that reduces addiction to tobacco products.