Yale School of Medicine scientists have found that genetically modified viruses that contain genes from Ebola can help target and kill brain cancer cells.
By Kathy Katella
Yale Medicine doctors and Yale New Haven Hospital (YNHH) teams have spent more than a year refining the hospital’s infection-protection guidelines.
After major surgery, Yale Medicine’s Tele-ICU, a two-way audio/video system, allows staff to monitor critically ill patients when they're back home.
The father of neurosurgery, Harvey Cushing, MD, left a collection of century-old brains, which are being studied to help discover new treatments.
Falls are a serious problem among older people. Their consequences can be severe. Here's how to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.
By Kathleen Frey Raven
When Haifan Lin launched the Yale Stem Cell Center, he focused on fundamental research rather than research into particular diseases. That bet paid off.
By Barbara Steinberger
Yale Medicine and Yale New Haven Health offer a telemedicine program for transplant patients, saving people time and money.
At Yale Medicine, a quick turnaround for pathology reports assists doctors when they're performing surgery. The doctor learns where his scalpel goes next.
Kathy Hofmann suffered a pulmonary embolism but, due to excellent emergency care, she was diagnosed and treated quickly and effectively.
When Cheryl Violante suddenly developed an extreme case of deep vein thrombosis, quick-thinking Yale Medicine caregivers saved her life.
Holly Lopez was 38 years old when she first experienced seizures. Yale Medicine neurosurgeons implanted electrodes to target the site of the seizures.
Yale Medicine's Nina Bernstein wasn’t used to being on the receiving end of a scary medical diagnosis. Then she got cancer, which she diagnosed herself.