Research Centers

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- 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.

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- supports research that combines behavioral, social and biomedical approaches to HIV prevention, treatment and the elimination of HIV disparities.

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- Center for Neuroepidemiology and Clinical Neurological Research


- 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.

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- statistical methods and technologies for understanding disease etiologies and developing treatment and prevention strategies.

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- established in 2007 to identify solutions to New Haven’s health challenges through an approach known as community engaged research.

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- 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.

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- brings together scholars developing policy-relevant research that can improve health, strengthen health care systems and enhance health care delivery.

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 - 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.

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- provides expertise for the design, conduct and analysis of health and health care studies, methodological development, and education and training.


- seeks to understand Earth’s climate system and energy resources, and the ecological and social consequences of changing climate and energy regimes.


- multi-disciplinary research initiatives including falls and injury prevention projects, and studies of disability, dementia, hospitalization end-of-life care and patient preference.

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- 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.