Yale University

Millions of New HIV Infections Can be Averted, YSPH Model Predicts

Using a novel mathematical model, a team at the Yale School of Public Health predicts that vaccines used with other interventions have the potential to avert several million cases of HIV in the coming years.

In the Spotlight

Dean Sten Vermund Receives the Ward Cates Spirit Award

Dean Sten Vermund of the Yale School of Public Health receives the Ward Cates Spirit Award from the HIV Prevention Trials Network (HPTN). This award recognizes an HPTN member who has made outstanding contributions to the organization’s mission of reducing HIV infections through public health...

CIRA Spotlight: Milena Stanojlovic Joins CIRA Staff

Milena Stanojlovic has joined CIRA's research support team as the new Assistant Director of the Development Core. She received her Ph.D. with honors from Complutense University of Madrid (Spain). Prior to joining CIRA, she had been conducting research in the field of Health Communication. She was a...