When COVID-19 arrived, the center had an adaptable framework for policies already in place, based on their work since the H1N1 bird flu and SARS outbreaks.
Yale researchers examined how voters selectively judge a leaders’ responsibility for events — a process they argue is driven by more than simple partisan bias.
Yale’s Jason Abaluck, author of a landmark study of mask promotion in Bangladesh, weighs in on a recent study denying masking’s effectiveness in reducing COVID.
As a Yale undergraduate, a research fellowship from the Institution for Social and Policy Studies gave Diaz the tools to make a positive impact on healthcare.
A Yale study shows that public health measures in Syria, Iraq, and Egypt to slow the spread of COVID-19 reduced attacks by the terror group ISIS.
A dramatic shift toward remote work caused telecommuting parents in the U.S., particularly mothers, to spend significantly more time “parenting” their children.
With the year fast drawing to a close, here are some of readers’ favorite Yale News stories from the past year, and some of ours.