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Excelling where men once reigned

Longtime chair expands her department’s breadth and inspires more women to lead

Roberta L. Hines, M.D., chair and Nicholas M. Greene Professor of Anesthesiology, wants people to know that anesthesiologists do far more than sit behind the operating-room curtain. Rather, anesthesia is a multidisciplinary and often longitudinal discipline.“The OR is...

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Excelling where men once reigned

Scientists from medical school become AAAS fellows

Two School of Medicine faculty members have become fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).Charles A. Greer, Ph.D., professor of neurosurgery and of neuroscience; and Martin A....

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Connecticut’s science and engineering academy inducts six faculty

Six members of the School of Medicine faculty are newly elected members of the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering (CASE). They are among 11 new members from Yale, and 24 chosen overall.The academy elected...

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A warm, loving remembrance

On March 11, which would have been her 80th birthday, the School of Medicine held a memorial at Battell Chapel for Carolyn Walch Slayman, Ph.D., deputy dean for academic and scientific affairs, Sterling Professor of...

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