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Addiction pioneer recognized with professorship

Addiction pioneer recognized with professorship

Leader of Connecticut-based vaccine maker endows chair for chief of internal medicine

As executive chair and head of global business development at Meriden, Conn.-based Protein Sciences, Dan Adams develops and manufactures vaccines. The School of Medicine’s Patrick G. O’Connor, M.D., M.P.H., chief of general internal medicine, works to improve treatment for addiction in primary care settings, where help may be most accessible. The two men share a commitment to the mission statement of Protein Sciences, which reads in part: “To save lives and improve health by effectively...

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Addiction pioneer recognized with professorship

Parent well-being is focus of new gift to Child Study Center

When parents seek mental health services for their children, they may be ill equipped to choose the most effective approach. Even after they have obtained professional help for a child, they may not realize how valuable it can be to receive care for themselves, both for their own well-being and to help them better address the child’s needs.

Spurred by personal experiences, Lynne Singer Redleaf and her husband, Andrew...

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Fund will help Child Study Center innovate, increase access

Fund will help Child Study Center innovate, increase access

The Yale Child Study Center (CSC) has a distinguished history of applying scholarship and research to the clinical needs of children in New Haven and Connecticut. Famously, 25 years ago, the center launched a program that encouraged New Haven child mental health professionals...

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