Congratulations to Alvaro Sanchez, assistant professor of ecology and evolutionary biology, and member of the Microbial Sciences Institute, who has been awarded a prestigious 2019 Packard Fellowship, one of the largest nongovernmental fellowships in the United States
Chemical Biology Retreat 2019: Speakers from across Yale presented on a wide range of discoveries - from the gut microbiome to glucose and oxygen metabolism - and their application to problems in biology and medicine
The assistant professor at the Yale Cancer Biology Institute has been named a recipient of the prestigious National Institutes of Health Director’s New Innovator Award. Muzumdar’s lab studies the mechanisms by which genetic and environmental factors contribute to cancer initiation, progression, and maintenance.
A collaboration between the Crawford and Herzon labs has led to an important discovery about how the bacterial toxin “Colibactin” causes colorectal cancer. Published today in Science, the findings could remove a barrier towards the development of future treatments
In pictures: scientists from a broad spectrum of disciplines have come together to fight some of the deadliest forms of cancer with novel approaches, extensive outreach, and through connections with clinical departments