Giving to Yale


2 Jun 2009 Fox Foundation Funds Researchers’ Work on Parkinson’s Disease
The Michael J. Fox Foundation has awarded $125,000 to Yale biomedical engineers Mark Saltzman and Michael Levene for research aiming to overcome obstacles to drug delivery in regions of the brain affected by Parkinson’s disease (PD).
14 Jan 2009 Donaghue Grant Supports Healthy Outcomes for Women at Risk for Type 2 Diabetes
The Yale Center for Clinical Investigation, in partnership with the Fair Haven Community Health Center, has received the first Donaghue Program for Research Leadership grant from The Patrick and Catherine Weldon Donaghue Medical Foundation.
4 Nov 2008 Dr. Raymond and Beverly Sackler Fund New Institute for Biological, Physical, and Engineering Sciences
Research collaboration among scientists working in the traditionally unrelated fields of biology, physics, and engineering has gained new momentum at Yale, thanks to a gift from Dr. Raymond and Beverly Sackler.
26 Jun 2008 Yale Researchers Receive Donaghue Awards For Work on Global Healthcare, Depression
Research projects by two investigators have been given a boost with awards from the Patrick and Catherine Weldon Donaghue Medical Research Foundation for Health-Related Research.
5 May 2008 Campaign Committees Convene at Yale’s New West Campus
More than sixty members of the Yale Tomorrow Campaign Committees met to discuss how the new West Campus will affect Yale and the Campaign.
11 Apr 2008 $10 Million Gift Will Drive Research, Trials of New Skin Cancer Treatments
With a gift of $10 million to the School of Medicine, Roz Milstein and Jerry Meyer are helping to expand the School’s research and treatment programs in melanoma.
11 Apr 2008 New Faculty Prize Will Recognize Superb Patient Care
The School of Medicine has announced the creation of the David J. Leffell Prize for Clinical Excellence, an annual award.
27 Feb 2008 Yale College Curriculum Cultivates Skills in Science
When Mary Attardo ’11, a freshman from Staten Island, New York, decided to come to Yale, she was looking for a challenge.
1 Nov 2007 Yale Climate Scientist Honored by Packard Foundation
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation recently awarded Alexey Fedorov a fellowship for his research on large-scale interactions between tropical oceans and the atmosphere.
20 Sep 2007 T. Kyle Vanderlick Named Dean of Engineering
T. Kyle Vanderlick appointed Dean of Engineering and the Thomas E. Golden Professor of Engineering.
1 May 2007 La Cassa Magica Raises Funds to Support Clinical Trials Unit at New Cancer Hospital
Annual black-tie benefit supports creation of clinical trials unit within hospital.
1 Apr 2007 A Passionate Venture
Alum’s $2.5 million gift spurs study of Alzheimer’s. The gift will support the School of Medicine's Yale Scholars Initiative.
1 Mar 2007 PET Center Exemplifies Cutting-Edge Technology, Strong Partnership with Industry
The Yale PET Center provides a fast, accurate way to take pictures of the living brain and other parts of the body.
1 Mar 2007 The Galapagos Islands Come To New Haven
A course on evolution, ecology and behavior is designed to teach students how to ask good questions.
1 Mar 2007 Brain’s “Default Mode” Awry in Schizophrenia
Yale scientists are lifting the veil on the human brain thanks to new imaging tools that show its workings in detail and in real time.
1 Mar 2007 Fleury Named New Director of Yale Institute for Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering
Provost Andrew Hamilton has announced that Paul Fleury, dean of Yale Engineering, will be the new director of the Yale Institute for Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering (YINQE).
1 Feb 2007 New genes found in Crohn’s disease, serious eye ailment
Two Yale professors use cutting-edge research tools to tackle genetically complex human disorders like age-related macular degeneration and Crohn's disease.
1 Feb 2007 Physicists Take Next Step Toward Quantum Computing
Using artificial atoms on a chip, physicists from the Yale Institute for Nanoscience and Quantum Engineering (YINQE) have taken the next step toward quantum computing by demonstrating that the particle nature of microwave photons can now be detected, according to a report spotlighted in the Feb. 1 issue of the journal Nature.
23 Jan 2007 New Yale PET Research Center Opens
The new PET Research Center allows researchers and clinicians to more quickly identify and treat disease.