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Yale University guidelines for Physicians and Pharmaceutical industry

Yale University School of Medicine has drafted guidelines to be followed by the principal investigator of the project in Yale University and Pharmaceutical industry for effective and critical interactions between University and Pharmaceutical Industry. // ....The guidelines are prepared to maintain stringent quality of the research and also recommend that University investigator should not accep...

Prestigious Gairdner Awards for medical research in 2006 Goes To Two Yale biologists

Two Yale Biologists and three other scientists will receive The Gairdner International Awards, 2006, among the most coveted awards in science, for their exemplary// research on RNAs, cell motility and hormones. The awards will be presented on October 26, in Toronto. ....John Dirks, president of the Gairdner Foundation said 'The 2006 awards honor outstanding achievements in our understanding of o...

Sandwich Royale, Adorns Shelves of Selfridges in London

Selfridges can now boast of a hugely expensive sandwich, which true to its name can cause a potential customer, to feel sandwiched between its capacity// to create more pocket space on the one hand, and be a taste buds tickler on the other! ....This famously rich sandwich, meant perhaps only for the rich and famous, will make it’s consumer rich by 2000 calories. Well, as they say, you win some...

Yale School of Medicine Launches Telemonitoring Of Heart Failure Symptoms

Yale School of Medicine is launching an initiative to assess if monitoring the symptoms and weight over telephone can reduce the number of hospitalizations in heart failure patients.// Tele-HF is a four-year randomized controlled trial, which is being funded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. ..The trial will enroll 1,600 heart failure patients across the country. Patients from the...

Muhammad Ali In Battle Royale With Obesity

Boxing legend Muhammad Ali has found a new opponent to flatten out - childhood obesity in the US. Ali, who was famed for his fast jabs and even faster one-liners// has taken up the challenge to fight obesity by agreeing to collaborate with Goat Foods, an acronym of Greatest Of All Time" to promote reduced-calories food and drinks. ......Among the items promoted by Ali are Shuffle, Jabs and Rumbl...

Yale Child Study Center Receives NIH Grant for Autism Research

The Yale Child Study Center has received a $3.5 million National Institute of Child Health and Human Development grant for an ongoing, multidisciplinary research program// on autism and related developmental disorders. ....The five-year research program focuses on developmental aspects and outcomes for affected patients. The project includes a prospective study on the earliest manifestations of...

Yale Scientist Received Medical Science Prize From Keio University

Thomas A. Steitz received the 11th Keio Medical Science Award from Keio University in Tokyo. Mr. Steitz, a Sterling Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry// at Yale, received the award in a ceremony and commemorative symposium conducted by the University on November 1 2006. ..The award, made to researchers in recognition of their outstanding achievements in the fields of medical or...

Prestigious Wilson Award Goes To Yale Cell Biologist Joel Rosenbaum

Joel Rosenbaum, professor in the Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (MCDB) and faculty member at Yale since 1967, will be awarded// the prestigious 2006 E. B. Wilson Medal, the American Society for Cell Biology’s highest honor for scientific research in cell biology. ....The medal is indeed a recognition of Rosenbaum’s contribution on the assembly, maintenance and funct...

Autism Gene Identified by Yale and Global Consortium

Yale School of Medicine autism experts Fred R. Volkmar, M.D., and Ami Klin are part of a global research consortium from 19 countries that identified an individual gene and a// region of a chromosome that may lead to autism in children. ..The findings are published online in Nature Genetics and also will be published in the journal’s March print edition. They are based on the largest autism geno...

Yale Researchers Named Ellison Foundation Senior Scholars in Aging

New Haven, Conn. — Two distinguished Yale scientists have been named Senior Scholars in Aging research by the Ellison Medical Foundation, a four-year award made// to established investigators for research into understanding development processes that affect lifespan, and age-related diseases and disabilities. ..Named at Yale are Frank J. Slack, associate professor of molecular, cellular and deve...

Yale Researchers Weigh the Science on Soft Drinks and Health

Yale University researchers have released results of a study showing clearly that soft drinks are associated with increased caloric intake//, higher body weight, a decrease in calcium and other nutrients, and increased risk of Type II diabetes. ....The report also noted that studies funded by the food industry were much less likely to show detrimental effects from soft drinks than studies that r...

$1.5 Million Grant to Yale for Narcolepsy-Neurotransmitter Study

Yale School of Medicine researchers have received a $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to study neurons// that play a major role in narcolepsy. ....Narcolepsy is a neurodegenerative disease characterized by daytime sleepiness. The NIH grant will further Yale research into narcolepsy and other disorders linked to neurons that produce the peptide hypocretin. ....“The...

Yale Cancer Center Answers: A New Weekly Radio Progam on WNPR

New Haven, Conn. Yale Cancer Center is proud to announce the launch of a weekly program, Yale Cancer Center Answers on WNPR Connecticut Public Radio. Beginning on National Cancer Survivors Day , June 3, the radio program will air from 6:00 to 6:30 p.m. on Sunday evenings and feature the latest information on cancer care. ......Co-hosts Edward Chu, M.D. and Ken Miller, M.D. ... ...Cancer Answers...

Yale F&ES Graduation to Offset Gas Linked to Global Warming

To demonstrate their commitment to fighting global warming, the 2007 graduates of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies will invest in projects that sequester carbon dioxide or develop renewable energy in order to offset the pollution that their families will emit as they travel to commencement on Memorial Day. ......The 131-member class will spend $2,620, or $20 per graduate, to...
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