Yale scientists take the driving seat in pursuit of Lyme disease answers
Empowered by the cryo-electron microscope, scientists at the Microbial Sciences Institute have taken a major step towards understanding how Lyme disease navigates and disseminates in its hosts, and how we can control it in future
Stavroula Hatzios named a Beckman Young Investigator
The assistant professor at the Yale Microbial Sciences Institute is one of 10 scientists nationally to be named a Beckman Young Investigator for 2020. The award will help the Hatzios Lab to develop new technologies that target disease-causing bacteria in the human gut
In Gratitude for One Yale
“We are alive and kicking, and our important work continues” – With #COVID19 looming, “all hands on deck” at Yale’s West Campus helped safeguard the community, while enabling important research to forge ahead.
Scientist harnesses existing techniques, power of Yale technology, to rewire human immunity to COVD-19
From his lab at the Yale System Biology Institute, John MacMicking is undertaking COVID-19 related research to contribute towards the global effort against the virus
Stavroula Hatzios named Scialog Microbiome, Neurobiology and Disease Fellow
Congratulations to the assistant professor at Yale’s Microbial Sciences Institute, who receives the Fellowship from the Research Corporation for Science Advancement
Paul Messier to chair Yale Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage
Paul Messier will serve as the new chair of the Yale Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage, it has been announced. Appointed for two years, Messier succeeds current director Ian McClure, who continues as Chief Conservator at Yale Art Gallery.
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