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New clues found to common respiratory virus

Daisy Leung, PhD is one of the senior scientists who helped solve the structure of a protein that helps a...

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Burnham named a top young pathologist

Organization recognizes her leadership in clinical microbiology, work on hospital-associated infections

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Malaria drug protects fetuses from Zika infection

Indira Mysorkar, PhD, affiliated faculty in Pathology & Immunology, is the senior scientist on the study demonstrating that treatment of...

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Department welcomes new residents and fellows in 2017

Twelve new residents and 20 new fellows joined the Department of Pathology & Immunology in the beginning of July. Residents...

Faculty and trainees receive multiple awards at ACLPS meeting

The Department of Laboratory Medicine at Yale hosted the 52nd Annual Academy of Clinical Laboratory Physicians and Scientists meeting on...

UTI treatment reduces E. coli, may offer alternative to antibiotics

The new study, which shows that treatment with a molecular decoy may lessen recurrent infections, was a collaboration with Jeffrey...

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Center for Genome Sciences and Systems Biology gets $10M gift and new name

The Center, Directed by Jeffrey Gordon, MD, is focused on research of the gut microbiome.

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Ladenson receives the 2017 IFCC distinguished award

This first time award, presented by the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry, honors Ladenson for his remarkable scientific work to improve cardiac...

Grant updates: March and April 2017

Virgin receives nearly $7 million of a total of $7.8 million in grants awarded to numerous faculty in Immunobiology and...

New imaging technique aims to help surgeons remove cancer

Deborah Novack, MD, PhD is the co-senior author on the study that was published in Science Advances.

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