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Yale PCCSM Feb 21
NEW Research: Physiological Traits and Adherence to Obstructive Sleep Apnea Treatment in Patients with Stroke
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Yale Internal Medicine Feb 21
We've known that he is a but it's nice that others see it too! to Dr. Leo Cooney Jr. who received the Living Legend Award from the Connecticut Coalition to Improve End of Life Care.
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WHRYale Feb 21
Cardiologist Erica Spatz, M.D., is collaborating with WHRY to develop a more personalized, precision-based approach to diagnosing and treating women who display different kinds of evidence of heart attacks.
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yale_mhc Feb 21
Join us on Friday, March 27 for "The Home" panel including "It is important to consider interventions that simultaneously address the inequity in housing options". RSVP now!
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Global Health @ Yale Feb 21
Thank you for joining our discussion on global health. We can all learn from your experience and ideas.
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Yale Department of Radiology & Biomedical Imaging Feb 21
Our team heads to tomorrow for the 2nd Yale-Harvard IR Retreat to share ideas abt therapies. There’s no rivalry btw the 2 schools when it comes to .
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Jasmine Weiss Feb 21
Former Secretary of the State John Kerry! Foreign Policy, Politics and Global Health so much to do!
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Prof Ruth Montgomery Feb 21
Yale Institute of Global Health sponsors essential discussion for health with Secretary John Kerry ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Guido J. Falcone Feb 21
Congrats for presenting our work on hemoglobin levels and outcome in ICH.
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Tsai CITY Feb 21
Got an idea for a hardware or AI solution to a medical challenge? We can help you prototype it: apply for a Rothberg Catalyzer Prototype Fund grant of up to $1000 by 11:59pm today!
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Yale Internal Medicine Feb 21
Dr. Parul Gandhi is one of our spectacular who treats at VACT. Hear more about her journey to & :
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WHRYale Feb 21
Most of us are tired after a long work week, but did you know that working long-hour schedules over many years increases the risk of heart disease, cancer, arthritis, and diabetes, particularly among women? Learn more
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Yale Postdoctoral Association Feb 21
We are extending the abstract submission deadline to Sunday, March 8th. Please spread the word and consider participating!
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Carrie Ramanauskas Feb 21
PEER Supports Bridgeport Early Childhood Social-Emotional Learning Initiative via
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WHRYale Feb 20
Many foods are rich in calcium and associated with lowering cardiovascular risk, but how do calcium supplements compare? WHRY Explains:
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Smilow Cancer Hospital Feb 20
More than a dozen . faculty, including are presenting at the 2020 Targeted Therapies of meeting to share the latest research and treatment advances.
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Yale Cancer Center Feb 20
Drs. Iris Isufi, Stuart Seropian, and Abu-Sayeef Mirza present at the meeting Abstract:
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Yale PCCSM Feb 20
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Yale University Feb 20
Only a handful of children have been diagnosed with coronavirus, “for reasons that are unclear” says ’s Richard Martinello
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Cancer Cytopathology Feb 20
We are pleased to continue our Outstanding Reviewer Recognition Program for 2019. Today, we’d like to congratulate from , who was named a 2019 Outstanding Reviewer for his expertise, dedication, and promptness in reviewing our manuscripts.
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