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New research by an international team of scientists from the Yale School of Public Health (YSPH) and the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation in Brazil among others has found vaccination highly effective in protecting the elderly during an epidemic where the COVID-19 Gamma v...
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The new Fulbright Distinguished Scholar Award in Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at Yale University will give one $30,000 award for a Brazilian scholar to spend one academic semester per year lecturing and researching beginning in the fall term 2022 or spring term 2023 f...
Gabriela de Queiroz Campos, a first-year Yale medical student from Brazil, had a desire to help guide other Brazilian students interested in U.S. medical schools. To do so, she has joined forces with other international medical students at Yale to run F-1 Doctors, a mento...
HUB55 has partnered with Yale and Brazil to create a new series of podcasts. The series highlights in-depth conversations with professors, alumni, and researchers on a variety of topics related to institutional collaborations in Brazil, including science, arts, and the humanit...
Yale School of Public Health Professor Rafael Pérez-Escamilla, Ph.D., has worked around the world during a long and productive career to create better health and nutrition outcomes, with a focus on promoting breastfeeding, household food security, and combatting malnutr...
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A new webinar series ‘Supporting Future Science Research’ at Yale was launched in Fall 2020 and was completed in Spring 2021. It was created with the aim of promoting opportunities for Brazilian students to meet Yale researchers and learn about and be a part o...
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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...
The European Studies Council and Council on Latin American & Iberian Studies have published a series of interviews on their website titled “On the Ground Perspectives.” This new series features our international academic collaborators and institutional partners...
An index that evaluates the performance of municipalities for early childhood development was developed through a partnership between researchers from Yale and Brazilian universities. Yale School of Public Health associate researcher Gabriela Buccini explains the partners...
The partnership between Yale University and the University of São Paulo (USP) has been growing annually with the development of joint research, technology transfer agreements, and exchange of students and scholars. The most recent initiative is focused on the Institutio...

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