March 20, 2020
Yale新闻 highlights its coverage of how campus is responding to the coronavirus pandemic, and how Yale experts are taking action against the crisis.
May 8, 2020
At a time when hospitals are running low on PPE, a Yale-built system that tests non-certified respirators and masks has opened up valuable new options.
A pulse oximeter measures heart rate and oxygen levels in your blood. Doctors are debating who really needs one to check for a potential symptom of COVID-19.
In an online talk, Amy Wrzesniewski, Lorenzo Caliendo, and James Levinsohn discussed diverging responses to COVID-19 and the need for global cooperation.
Yale New Haven Health CEO Marna P. Borgstrom is part of a team guiding the state’s response to the pandemic, guiding PPE and supplies to where they’re needed.
May 7, 2020
Directed by YSPH Professor Linda Niccolai and grad student Tyler Shelby, Yale’s contact tracing program launched days after coronavirus arrived in Connecticut.
In addition to pollutants like car exhaust, researchers led by Krystal Pollitt are exploring using the device to detect pathogens like the novel coronavirus.
Peschel was recognized as a leader in the field of radiation oncology, a dedicated and compassionate clinician, and an outstanding mentor.
Overall visits to Yale New Haven Health System emergency departments are down about 40%, a drop doctors fear is due to people avoiding care.
May 6, 2020
The Nicoli lab investigates how microRNAs (miRNAs) play a role in the physiology of the cardiovascular system.