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The University is investing more than $200 million in the creation of the Yale Center for Genomics and Proteomics, a new initiative in these rapidly developing areas of scientific research.
A team of Yale engineers, scientists, physicians and their colleagues have received a $7.1 million grant from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) to perform advanced bioimaging research that will provide neurosurgeons with a wealth of new information that could dramatically change the treatment of patients suffering from severe epilepsy.
A conference and reunion celebrating the past and future of African American Studies at Yale will take place Friday-Sunday, May 3-5.
Between his freshman and sophomore years at Yale, Bryan Mark Rigg '96 spent a summer in Germany that was to lead to his senior essay, his doctoral dissertation and ultimately his first book, "Hitler's Jewish Soldiers," he told an audience at a Silliman College master's tea on April 24.
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While it may look like a rehearsal of the graveyard scene from "Hamlet," this is actually an image from a class held at the School of Nursing for 7th-graders at St. Peter's/Sacred Heart School in New Haven. Here, student Bridell Thomas contemplates a skull used in the class.
Judy York (left) arranges a special service for hearing-impaired student Melissa Felder in which a stenographer takes classroom notes that are then displayed on Felder's laptop computer.