Social entrepreneurs from Yale Univeristy are changing the nature of public health, from creating replacement arteries to training the global health leaders of tomorrow.
There’s something for everyone. We began our tour at the top. Glass elevators whisked us up to Level 6, where there was a roof garden with a spectacular view of the Connecticut River and a hurricane chamber and a weather station where you can create your own weather forecast and TV broadcast.
Dr. James P. Comer, the Yale University child psychiatrist whose Comer Method has been used in hundreds of schools around the world, recently was named to the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for African Americans.
Over last weekend, a local startup company called Eli Nutrition put a small batch of its new antacid, Tummyzen, up for sale on Amazon. The product is based on research by Dr. John Geibel of the Yale School of Medicine.
Erika Sloan, a 2012 graduate of Simsbury High School and current sophomore at Middlebury College in Vermont, will make her television debut tonight (Feb. 14) as one of 15 students participating in the JEOPARDY! College Championship.