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craig crews phd
March 25, 2019
Craig Crews was featured in Nature Medicine for his work on new therapeutics that harness cellular machinery to degrade targets are entering clinical trials, led by a PROTAC...
from left to right greta weiss, ronit kaufman, isabel corpus, talia morison-allen, john carlson
March 12, 2019
Interested students of MCDB 105a, “Biology, the World and Us” went to the 2019 AAAS meeting  in Washington D.C. with Course Coordinator Ronit Kaufman and Professor John...
inside the yale science building the 500-seat oc marsh lecture hall will provide space for large classes and for visiting speakers and campus events
March 12, 2019
The Yale Science Building was designed by César Pelli to fit into the larger ecosystem of the buildings around it. This $283 million project, also the work of Dimeo, will...
tom pollard p h d
March 7, 2019
Actin is the second most abundant protein on earth, and scientists have extensively detailed the chemistry that enables it to string together into filaments that support the...
Valerie Horsley PhD
March 6, 2019
The Graduate Division of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (GDBBS), part of the Laney Graduate School at Emory University, is honored to present Dr. Valerie Horsley the...
vivian irish phd
March 6, 2019
On February 20th, 2019 the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering announced that they have elected 24 new members.  Thirteen of those new members are Yale faculty...
laurie tomei smiling with her flowers
February 14, 2019
The Business Office staff gathered on February 14, 2019 to celebrate Laurie Tomei’s 10 years of service with the University. Laurie began her career at Yale in April 2008, as...