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June 24, 2022
Yale epidemiologist Gonsalves discusses his work on HIV/AIDS, COVID, and monkeypox, as well as stepping off the trodden path as a way to find success.
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June 6, 2022
Thomas Balcezak, chief clinical officer at YNHHS, discusses the financial and human capital challenges faced by hospitals in the wake of pandemic.
June 6, 2022
Speaking alongside WHO officials and health ministers, Mobarak described his field work testing public health interventions informed by behavioral science.
April 26, 2022
Yale research based on wastewater data suggests that many more people had been infected with COVID-19 by May 2021 than official case counts indicated.
medical assistant administering COVID vaccine to a person of color
December 17, 2021
Faculty experts at Yale – including social scientists Alan Gerber, Greg Huber, and Josh Kalla – were members of a team partnering with Made to Save, a national...
November 30, 2021
Using anonymized data from mobile devices showed physical distancing was less prevalent in rural areas compared with cities and suburbs, according to the study.
November 29, 2021
In a new Yale study researchers provide evidence that persuading white evangelical Christian vaccine holdouts to get their shots has only gotten more difficult.