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Albert Ko, MD, Raj and Indra Nooyi Professor of Public Health and professor of epidemiology (microbial diseases) and of medicine (infectious diseases), and Thomas Murray, MD, PhD, associate professor of pediatrics (infectious diseases), weigh in on the surge of HMPV this spring.
- May 27, 2023Source: The Guardian
The Yale professor and long Covid expert on why the virus is causing ongoing illness for so many, and the challenges she faces as a woman of colour in science.
- May 23, 2023
Michael Cappello receives the Francis Gilman Blake Award for outstanding teaching of the medical sciences at YSM's commencement on May 22.
- May 19, 2023
Volunteers from the Yale School of Public Health deployed to eight New Haven-area locations during the YSPH 2023 Day of Service.
- May 12, 2023Source: Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering
Akiko Iwasaki, Sterling Professor of Immunobiology and Professor of Dermatology and of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology and of Epidemiology (Microbial Diseases), Yale School of Medicine, and an Investigator for the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, has been selected as the 2023 recipient of the Connecticut Medal of Science. Dr. Iwasaki is recognized for her major discoveries in the areas of innate sensing of viruses, and instruction of adaptive anti-viral immunity.
- May 10, 2023Source: New Haven Independent
Gov. Ned Lamont joined hospital officials in New Haven to declare an official end to the Covid-19 public health emergency — and reflect on lessons for the next one.
- May 08, 2023
Yale School of Public Health students of color gathered in Harkness Ballroom April 14 for a night of socialization and networking as part of the annual Alumni of Color Panel & Networking Night, planned by the YSPH Emerging Minority Student Association (EMSA). The purpose of the night was to strengthen connections between students and alumni of color to further YSPH’s efforts relating to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
- May 05, 2023Source: Science
Moves by WHO and U.S. usher pandemic into new phase of disease monitoring, even as coronavirus kills thousands weekly.
- May 02, 2023
In Sudan, health systems are under attack while government and paramilitary forces have been battling for control of the country since April 15. As the crisis enters its third week, healthcare professionals in Sudan fear a total collapse of the healthcare system.
- May 02, 2023Source: NBC News
Reduced access to medical care during the pandemic likely led to fewer screenings and delayed diagnoses.