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James Rothman ‘71, wins Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine: Yale’s own celebrated for discovering mechanism behind a molecular cargo transport system

James Rothman ‘71, wins Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine: Yale’s own celebrated for discovering mechanism behind a molecular cargo transport system

James Rothman ’71, Professor of Cell Biology at Yale, has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.

Written in our DNA: A Genetic Explanation for the Ethnocentricity of the HIV/TB Epidemic

Written in our DNA: A Genetic Explanation for the Ethnocentricity of the HIV/TB Epidemic

Why is the TB/HIV dual epidemic so pervasive in sub-Saharan Africa? Dr. Richard Bucala’s research at the Yale School of Medicine suggests genetics holds the answer.

Alumni Profile: Richard Skolnik ’72

Alumni Profile: Richard Skolnik ’72

Richard Skolnik ’72 spent 25 years at the World Bank and is now back at Yale inspiring future generations of global health developers.

New Thoughts on the Origins of Ovarian Cancer

New Thoughts on the Origins of Ovarian Cancer

The origin of epithelial ovarian cancer is not the ovary, according to a recent discovery in the lab of Dr. Gil Mor.

Inspiring Female Scientists: Yale’s Second Annual UWISAY Conference

Inspiring Female Scientists: Yale’s Second Annual UWISAY Conference

The Second Annual Conference for Undergraduate Women in Science and Engineering at Yale (UWISAY) went off with great success.