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13.04.21 02:09 COVID-19 vaccine found to be effective against Brazilian P.1 variant

Schlagwörter: Organization, CoronaVac’s, Foundation, CoronaVac, Brazilian

The inactivated vaccine, CoronaVac, proved effective against COVID-19 in the city of Manaus, Brazil, where the highly transmissible P.1 variant emerged.

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13.04.21 02:09 Better mobile crowdsourcing can help combat food waste and feed the hungry

Schlagwörter: Volunteer-based, Goldilocks, Wednesdays, Americans, Professor

Yale SOM’s Vahideh Manshadi and Scott Rodilitz worked with Food Rescue US to hone their strategy for connecting volunteers with food donations.

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13.04.21 02:09 At West Campus, new and improved access to Peabody Museum’s bounty

Schlagwörter: Peabody-affiliated, Mesoamerican, Workstations, Tenochtitlán, Micronesian

Its rows of compact shelving house the museum’s anthropology and history of science and technology collections, more than 1.5 million items in all.

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12.04.21 19:56 Yale researchers size up the mental health toll of the pandemic

Schlagwörter: Neuroscience, Pre-pandemic, Psychology, Scientists, University

In a new report, Yale researchers examine how the pandemic is affecting our brains — in particular the prefrontal cortex.

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12.04.21 19:56 Sekhon named Meyer Professor of Political Science and Statistics and Data

Schlagwörter: Connecticut-based, Bridgewater, Institution, Statistics, University

Jasjeet Sekhon has been named the Eugene Meyer Professor of Political Science and of Statistics and Data Science, the appointment was effective Feb. 20.

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12.04.21 19:56 Christine Hayes appointed the Sterling Professor of Religious Studies

Schlagwörter: Talmudic-midrashic, Professorship, Perspectives, Introduction, Interactions

Christine Hayes has been appointed the Sterling Professor of Religious Studies, the appointment was effective Feb 20.

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12.04.21 19:56 Laurie Santos appointed the Chandrika and Ranjan Tandon Prof. of Psychology

Schlagwörter: Coursera.org, Comparative, University, Statistics, Chandrika

Laurie Santos has been appointed the Chandrika and Ranjan Tandon Professor of Psychology, the appointment was effective Feb. 20.

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12.04.21 19:56 Keith Baker appointed the D. Allan Bromley Professor of Physics

Schlagwörter: Distinguished, Massachusetts, Accelerator, Switzerland, Outstanding

Keith Baker has been appointed the D. Allan Bromley Professor of Physics, the appointment was effective Feb. 20.

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11.04.21 10:12 Frank Tirro, former School of Music dean and pioneering jazz historian

Schlagwörter: Northwestern, University’s, Continuities, Encyclopedia, Illustrated

Frank Pascale Tirro, dean of the Yale School of Music from 1980 to 1989, passed away after a long illness on March 28.

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11.04.21 10:12 For veterans, a hidden side effect of COVID: feelings of personal growth

Schlagwörter: COVID-related, Translational, Epidemiology, Psychiatric, Resilience

The survey revealed another, startling finding. A full 43.3% of respondents said that they have experienced positive psychological benefits during the pandemic.

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11.04.21 10:12 Leaking calcium in neurons an early sign of Alzheimer’s pathology

Schlagwörter: Understanding, Neuroscience, Alzheimer’s, Association, Essentially

New findings about early pathological changes in the brain may provide strategies to slow or prevent the progression of Alzheimer’s, Yale researchers report.

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08.04.21 23:37 Leading through COVID: How Connecticut accelerated its vaccinations

Schlagwörter: Administering, Immunization, Northeastern, Connecticut, Operation

Josh Geballe, chief operating officer of the State of Connecticut, discusses the state’s vaccine rollout and the decision to adopt an age-based approach.

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08.04.21 21:50 Leading through COVID: How Connecticut accelerated its vaccinations

Josh Geballe, chief operating officer of the State of Connecticut, discusses the state’s vaccine rollout and the decision to adopt an age-based approach.

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08.04.21 00:44 STEM-focused juniors win Goldwater Scholarships

Schlagwörter: International, Communication, Collaborative, Scholarships, Professional

Four Yale College juniors — Daniel Chabeda, Megan He, Ronald Hood, and Sarah Zhao — are among the 410 college students to receive Goldwater Scholarships.

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08.04.21 00:44 Librarians and faculty team up to develop accelerated GIS course

Schlagwörter: Developmental, Pre-pandemic, Accelerator, Information, Foundations

The six-week course module gives students an intensive introduction to Geographic Information Systems technology.

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08.04.21 00:44 Smoke-free worksite laws curbing vaping

Schlagwörter: Specifically, Considering, Addiction, Separate, Studies

A new study from the Yale School of Public Health suggests smoke-free worksite laws may yield reductions in electronic nicotine delivery systems.

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08.04.21 00:44 Aquatic ecosystems source of half of global methane emissions

Schlagwörter: Biogeochemistry, Rosentreter, Environment, Fluctuating, Geoscience

A new study has found human alterations to natural aquatic ecosystems can increase methane emissions which traps heat more effectively than carbon dioxide.

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07.04.21 18:15 L.A. Paul appointed Millstone Family Professor of Philosophy

Schlagwörter: Philosophical, Distinguished, Contribution, Association, Achievement

L.A. Paul was appointed the Millstone Family Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Cognitive Science effective Feb. 20.

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07.04.21 18:15 Elimelech named Sterling Prof. of Chemical and Environmental Engineering

Schlagwörter: Environmental, Postdoctoral, Engineering, Environment, Aggregation

Menachem Elimelech, has been appointed the Sterling Professor of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. His appointment was effective Feb. 20.

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07.04.21 18:15 D’Onofrio appointed Albert E. Kent Professor of Emergency Medicine

Schlagwörter: Distinguished, Association, Outstanding, Connecticut, Department

Gail D’Onofrio, was named Albert E. Kent Professor of Emergency Medicine. Her appointment became effective in October 2020.

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07.04.21 07:38 Yale College admits 2,169 applicants from record applicant pool

Schlagwörter: QuestBridge, Washington, Throughout, President, Committee

Yale’s Office of Undergraduate Admissions has offered admission to 2,169 of the 46,905 students who applied for the Class of 2025.

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07.04.21 07:38 Nanoconfinement concept improves safety of diagnostic contrast agent

Schlagwörter: Iodine-based, University, Daghighian, Therefore, Oklahoma

The Yale-led research team found that when packaged in a nanoparticle, CT contrast agents, such as iodine, increased the absorption of X-rays.

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07.04.21 07:38 Blending economics, development, and human rights

Schlagwörter: Diaz-Alejandro’s, English-language, Diaz-Alejandro, Inter-American, EGC-affiliated

Cuban economist Carlos Diaz-Alejandro was one of Yale’s youngest professors, an expert on Latin American economics, and an advocate for U.S.-Cuba relations.

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07.04.21 07:38 Photo exhibit at the Yale Divinity School celebrates LGBTQ visibility

Schlagwörter: Communications, Office

The exhibit titled “Seminary” features the work of Gabrielle Muller ’20 M.A.R. In this discussion with YDS she discuss her exhibition.

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07.04.21 07:38 California’s path to a carbon-neutral grid

Schlagwörter: Guan/Bloomberg, Intermountain, California’s, Fortunately, California

Elliot Mainzer ’98 SOM, explains how California’s grid is preparing for another hot summer while transitioning to carbon-neutral power.

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07.04.21 07:38 Yale School of Medicine community shows its opposition to hate

Schlagwörter: Indian-Americans, Philippines, Medicine’s, Department, Third-year

Approximately 300 people gathered on March 29 in front of Sterling Hall of Medicine to demonstrate against Anti-Asian racism.

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07.04.21 07:38 Arts and Ideas festival honors Nunez-Smith as ‘Visionary Leader’

Schlagwörter: International, Biden-Harris, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Nunez-Smith

Nunez-Smith, a national expert on disparities in healthcare access who is now helping the Biden administration, received the award last week.

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06.04.21 00:27 Turning CO2 and wastewater into something useful, with support from a fan

Schlagwörter: Sustainability, Okeechobee, University, Technology, California

Yale chemist Hailiang Wang, whose lab creates small-molecule and nanomaterial catalysts, had a breakthrough stemming from an idea he received from a Yale alum.

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06.04.21 00:27 Biodiversity’s healthy byproduct — nutrient-rich seafood

Schlagwörter: Postdoctoral, Evolutionary, Proceedings, University, Hutchinson

A wide range of vitamins, minerals, and fatty acids crucial for human health, are lacking in ecosystems where the number of aquatic species have been reduced.

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05.04.21 18:21 Yale researchers dig into EHR use data – and gender differences

Schlagwörter: Informatics, Association, Proceedings, Corporation, Measurement

A new Yale study looks at electronic health records data, including time spent by specialty, and how these findings may help improve the technology.

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05.04.21 17:34 Sterling Library nave to become a new exhibit destination at Yale

Schlagwörter: University’s, Exhibition, Sterling’s, University, Rockenbach

The new Hanke Exhibition Gallery will occupy the space between the Starr Reference Room and the entrance to the stack tower.

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05.04.21 17:34 COVID-19 vaccines for teens: One step closer

Schlagwörter: Pfizer-BioNTech, Administration, Wednesday, Meanwhile, Elsewhere

Yale’s Onyema Ogbuagu shares insights about the promising results of a new vaccine trial for adolescents aged 12 to 15.

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05.04.21 17:34 Proposed infrastructure plan provides opportunities for green innovations

Yale School of the Environment’s Kevin Gillingham discusses the climate initiatives embedded in Biden Administration’s $2 trillion infrastructure package.

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01.04.21 22:18 Humanities Quadrangle: A cherished Yale icon reimagined

Schlagwörter: Civilizations, Boston-based, Comparative, Quadrangle, Department

After 30 months of renovations, the redesigned and refurbished Humanities Quadrangle at 320 York St. is now a shared home to 15 humanities departments and more.

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01.04.21 22:18 Committee chaired by YSPH Dean Sten Vermund aims to reduce STIs in the U.S.

Schlagwörter: Transmitted, Engineering, Association, Prevention, Medicine’s

Researchers on the federal committee have generated a series of recommendations aimed at reversing a rising national trend of sexually transmitted infections.

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01.04.21 22:18 Advancing vaccination with community-academic partnerships and advocacy

Schlagwörter: COVID-19-related, NHHD-sponsored, Massachusetts, Miyagishima’s, Preparedness

Yale students, collaborating with a diverse set of other students and community members, are playing a significant role in vaccination efforts in New Haven.

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01.04.21 22:18 Yale community honors incarcerated lives with Mourning Our Losses

Schlagwörter: COVID-related, Paralleling, California, Consistent, Benjelloun

The alumni-led website honoring those who died during the pandemic has partnered with Yale’s Undergraduate Prison Project to center some of the most neglected.

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01.04.21 21:32 For older patients, focusing on what matters is often the best medicine

Schlagwörter: MyHealthPriorities.org, Understanding, Participants, Connecticut, Geriatrics

For patients with chronic conditions, understanding individual life goals can help doctors align care with their priorities while eliminating unwanted care.

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01.04.21 21:32 Case study of rare nervous system tumor reveals hypermutation

Schlagwörter: Researchers, Christopher, Erson-Omay, Colorectal, Precision

When Yale researchers found a hypermutated gliosarcoma in a patient, it helped them to understand the tumor and inform future treatment decisions.

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01.04.21 21:32 Yale, VA researchers investigate eating disorders in veterans

Schlagwörter: International, Connecticut, Afghanistan, Statistical, Recognizing

Two new studies find that eating disorders — including atypical anorexia and binge-eating — are common among some veterans, offering guidance for treatment.

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01.04.21 00:43 Yale fellow shines a light on star signals

Schlagwörter: Roettenbacher’s, Heising-Simons, Roettenbacher, Astrophysics, Postdoctoral

Rachael Roettenbacher has been named a 51 Pegasi b Fellow, the prestigious fellowship is named for the first exoplanet discovered orbiting a Sun-like star.

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01.04.21 00:43 Machine learning: Economics and computer science converge

Schlagwörter: Feigenbaum, Mechanism, Bergemann, Immorlica, Sciences

Philipp Strack, director of the Computer Science and Economics interdepartmental degree program, talks about how the program bridges these critical fields.

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01.04.21 00:43 A year at Yale: Celso Furtado’s political exile in New Haven

Schlagwörter: Possibilities, Cavalcanti, University, Brazilian, Economics

Seeking safety after being exiled from his home country of Brazil, Furtado accepted an invitation to come to Yale in 1964.

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01.04.21 00:43 Belonging at Yale: An update on DEI initiatives across the university

Schlagwörter: Accessibility, President’s, University, Diversity, President

Secretary and Vice President for University Life Kimberly Goff-Crews shared this update on programs announced in the fall by President Salovey.

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31.03.21 05:30 To meet rising need for digital preservation, Yale Library steps up

Schlagwörter: Neurochemistry, Conservation, Safeguarding, Digitization, Foundations

As digital content proliferates, its existence is threatened by obsolescent technologies and degradation. A new endowment will help Yale Library preserve it.

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30.03.21 22:30 Medical experts spread word about harmless COVID-19 vaccine reactions

Schlagwörter: Pfizer-BioNTech, Radiologists, Connecticut, According, Moderna’s

You are likely aware of vaccine side effects — sore arm, enlarged lymph nodes, and fatigue — such side effects are normal, doctors say.

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30.03.21 22:30 Yale Day of Service to continue as a yearlong event in 2021

Schlagwörter: Association’s, Instructions, Recognizing, Volunteers, Employing

The 2021 Yale Day of Service, now in its 13th year, will continue the yearlong commitment to service made in 2020, helping communities worldwide.

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30.03.21 22:30 Charles Hill, statesman and co-founder of Yale’s Brady-Johnson Program

Schlagwörter: Diplomat-in-Residence, Boutros-Ghali, International, Brady-Johnson, Distinguished

Hill, a career diplomat, teacher, and scholar, died in New Haven, Connecticut on March 27, 2021. He was 84.

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30.03.21 22:30 Detecting cancer in the brain by scanning for salt

Schlagwörter: State-of-the-art, Alternately, Scientific, Published, Muhammad

Yale scientists have devised a way to non-invasively locate tumors in the brain, by using an MRI scan to find where salt levels are imbalanced.

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30.03.21 02:40 Professor Lamoreaux on antitrust regulation and economic history

Schlagwörter: Neo-Brandeisians, Brandeisians, Department’s, University, Professor

What we can learn from 19th and early 20th century antitrust efforts and what they can teach us about how tech giants should be regulated today?

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