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The Yale Center for Methods in Implementation and Prevention Science and the National Institute of Public Health of Mexico Partner to Launch an Implementation Science Summer Course for Health Professionals
The Yale School of Public Health’s (YSPH) Center for Methods in Implementation and Prevention Science (CMIPS) and the National Institute of Public Health of Mexico (INSP) formalized collaboration back in 2019 with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that was the culmination of a long-standing, productive working relationship between INSP and Drs. Donna Spiegelman, the Director of CMIPS, and Rafael Pérez-Escamilla, the Director of the Maternal and Child Health Promotion program within CMIPS.
- July 16, 2021
A team of researchers at the Yale School of Public Health is contributing to scaling up surveillance efforts for drug-resistant malaria in Africa as the situation becomes increasingly urgent.
- July 15, 2021
Discoveries & Impact (July 2021)
- June 30, 2021Source: The Business Desk
Liverpool John Lennon Airport (LJLA) has announced a new route, this time to the holiday island of Malta. Malta is currently on the green list of destinations that passengers can travel to without needing to self-isolate for 10 days on their return.
- June 29, 2021
Implementation Science Training at Yale Boosted by NIH Training Grant to Drs. Donna Spiegelman and Eric Velazquez
Donna Spiegelman, ScD, founding Director of Yale’s Center for Methods in Implementation and Prevention Science (CMIPS), and Eric Velazquez, MD, section chief for Cardiovascular Medicine at the Yale School of Medicine, were recently awarded a National Institutes of Health Training Grant in Implementation Science Research and Methods (T32). The award will play a significant role in building a critical mass of implementation science methods scholarship at Yale and developing the next generation of implementation scientists by training at least 9 pre- and postdoctoral researchers over the next five years.
- June 13, 2021Source: CNN
The news about a potential link between the Covid-19 vaccine and a cardiac ailment in young people may be striking fear in the hearts of some parents. But pediatric cardiologists have a message for these parents: Covid-19 should scare you more -- a whole lot more -- than the vaccine.
- June 10, 2021Source: Yale Medicine
While vaccines are working, experts say masks still could come in handy—and not just for COVID-19.
- June 08, 2021Source: YaleNews
As people age, genetic errors begin to accumulate during the process of cell division. For the study, researchers explored whether one category of these emerging genetic variants in white blood cells — called mosaic chromosomal alterations, or mCAs — played a role in increased infection risk.
- June 07, 2021
With age comes an increased risk of many infections. The mechanisms connecting aging and weakened immunity, however, have remained unclear. A new study has identified a category of genetic markers in white blood cells which makes individuals more susceptible to diverse infections. The study, conducted by a team of researchers from Yale, the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT, and the National Cancer Institute (NCI), was published June 7 in the journal Nature Medicine. As people age, genetic errors begin to accumulate during the process of cell division. For the study, researchers explored whether one category of these emerging genetic variants in white blood cells — called mosaic chromosomal alterations, or mCAs — played a role in increased infection risk.
- May 20, 2021
Three members of the Yale School of Public Health’s academic community have been selected by the Class of 2021 for their commitment to promoting academic achievement and advancing the student experience.