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Geneticist cited for research
Dr. Richard Lifton, a Yale School of Medicine geneticist and internationally
known expert on hypertension, has received the Wiley Prize in Biomedical Sciences
for discovering genes that cause many forms of high and low blood pressure.
Researcher focuses on heredity in
quest to understand common diseases
Exhibit traces linkages
on the ‘Tree of Life’
It may come as a surprise to learn that the fearsome Tyrannosaurus rex is closely
related to the tiny hummingbird, or that, lineage-wise, mushrooms are closer
to humans than they are to a lily.
‘Rolling’ offers honest, sometimes shocking, look at life in a wheelchair
Videotaping himself as part of Yale doctor Gretchen Berland’s documentary film project,
J. Galen Buckwalter describes how people have reacted to him during his 30
years of using a wheelchair, the result of a diving accident when he was 17.
Study: Older women more likely to suffer depression than older men
Older women are more prone to depression and are more likely to remain depressed
than older men, according to a new study by Yale School of Medicine researchers
in the February Archives of General Psychiatry.
O T H E RS T O R I E S
Researchers seeking new test for detecting kidney injury associated with cardiac surgery
Yale Rheumatic Diseases Research Core Center awarded $3.2 million in federal funding
One Law Clinic, Two Cities
Conference will look at issues surrounding nuclear disarmament
Former Yale architecture dean to give Chubb Lecture
Study gives high marks to use of bypass surgery for those in their 90s
Yale Ob-Gyn researchers discussed current work at Society for Maternal Fetal Medicine meeting
Several Yale Ob-Gyn presentations are
awarded honors at meeting
Judith Resnik wins prestigious honor for her ‘outstanding scholarship’ in law
Lectures explore mythmaking in Hollywood westerns
Panel will explore ways to promote diverse faculties
‘Images 2008’ exhibition includes works by three Yale staff members
Memorial service for Dr. Barry Goldberg
Yale affiliates to be honored guests at benefit event for LEAP
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A life-sized model of a Rafflesia plant — a leafless, stemless, rootless plant that does not use photosynthesis but bears one of the world's largest flowers — is featured in the "Tree of Life" exhibition at Yale's Peabody Museum.
This image from Dr. Gretchen Berland's film project "Rolling" show Ernie Wallengren coaching his son's basketball team.