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Yale School of Medicine cares. For cutting-edge science, for advanced clinical care, and for training of medical professionals who care for the world. Your gifts during the For Humanity campaign sustain this vital mission, enabling our scientists and physicians to expand their skills from bench to bedside. You can support breakthroughs in how to prevent, detect, and treat disease—and help bring these discoveries to the people who need them most.

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Yale School of Medicine educates and nurtures creative leaders in medicine and science, promoting curiosity and critical inquiry in an inclusive environment enriched by diversity. We advance discovery and innovation fostered by partnerships across the university, our local community, and the world. We care for patients with compassion and commit to improving the health of all people. During the For Humanity campaign, you can sustain this mission with giving in support of faculty, students, research, equipment, and clinical programs.

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Yale Sterling Professor of Immunobiology Ruslan Medzhitov

January 3, 2022

A New Paradigm for Understanding Health and Disease

What can theories from physics, math, and even economics tell us about disease? The Tananbaum Center for Theoretical and Analytical Human Biology uses conceptual models from a variety of fields to shed light on human health.
Immunobiologist Richard Flavell stands in his Yale University laboratory

October 25, 2021

Understanding the Immune System

As one of the world’s foremost experts on immunobiology, Richard Flavell looks to the field’s future and its link to inflammation science to better understand human health.
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