IN THE NEWS
Mentions of our research in the press and the media are an important way to build recognition and awareness for our work. Read on below to see a selection of the latest coverage we have received.
OFFICE HOURS WITH… STACY MALAKER
Meet Stacy Malaker, an assistant professor of chemistry who uses mass spectrometry to analyze the relationship between human disease and proteins called mucins.
WENDY U. AND THOMAS C. NARATIL PIONEER AWARD
Women’s Health Research at Yale Funds Studies to Improve Early Detection of Ovarian Cancer, Treatment of Prenatal Infections, and Aortic Aneurysm Outcomes in Women
MEET THE YALE CHEMISTRY NSF FELLOWS
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has once again selected students for their highly sought-after Graduate Research Fellowship Program, including Malaker lab graduate student Joann Chongsaritsinsuk!
YALE RESEARCHER STUDYING HOW TO DETECT OVARIAN CANCER EARLIER
NBC News CT highlights how Dr. Stacy Malaker is using her expertise in chemistry to take a closer look at ovarian cells so she can identify a biomarker that will help detect cancerous cells sooner.