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Stephen M. Strittmatter, MD, PhD, Vincent Coates Professor of Neurology and professor of neuroscience, has been named a laureate of the 2021 King Faisal Prize for Medicine for his work in regenerative medicine in neurological conditions. The King Faisal Foundation, e...
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A major challenge surrounding public health measures to tackle the global pandemic of COVID-19 is to determine the pace of its spread in a given location. Researchers at Yale, led by Nathan Grubaugh, assistant professor at the Yale School of Public Health, develope...
John Kerry, whose involvement at Yale and in the Biden administration was recently profiled by Yale News, has been instrumental in the launch of the Jackson Institute.  Since joining Jackson in 2017, Kerry has taught and collaborated with undergraduates and graduate stud...
Cécile Fromont is an associate professor in the history of art department at Yale University and a member of the Council on Latin American and Iberian Studies (CLAIS). Her writing and teaching focus on the visual, material, and religious culture of Africa and Latin Amer...
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Yale Center Beijing hosted a hybrid in-person and video-conference event focused on 'Higher Education in China and the United States' on January 22, 2021. The discussion was simultaneously translated in English and Chinese. The event featured Pericles Lewis, Vice Pres...
For Sunil Parikh global health work runs in the family. While growing up, he traveled with his parents to rural areas of India and China while his father, who was a cardiologist, tended to those communities with little access to health care. “Those trips had a big impact...
Widespread use of arsenic-contaminated water in Bangladesh during the 20th century has been called by the World Health Organization the largest mass poisoning in history. A new study co-authored by Yale economist Mark Rosenzweig finds that, in addition to profound health impac...
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Yale-NUS College has organized a series of collaborative webinars to take place throughout the Spring 2021 semester focused on timely topics and featuring faculty from Yale, Yale-NUS, and National University of Singapore (NUS). The series is intended for audiences across ...
Yale Professor of Public Health Rafael Pérez-Escamilla describes his research on childhood development and breastfeeding practices in Brazil. His global public health nutrition and food security research program has contributed to improvements in breastfeeding and ...

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