Experimental Design, run by Daniel Burkhardt of New Haven CT, designed the new website of the Krause Laboratory.
Click here to visit Experimental Design.
“What do you think?" It was eight years ago. Dr. Julie Ann Sosa and Dr. Sanziana Roman, two leading endocrine surgeons, approached Dr. Diane Krause about growing new parathyroid cells in the lab. They wanted to treat patients — mostly women — suffering from a lack of the hormone these cells produce."
“Diane Krause, MD, PhD, professor of laboratory medicine, of cell biology, and of pathology, has received the 2018 Yale Postdoctoral Mentoring Prize, awarded annually by the Office of the Provost to a faculty member who exemplifies the role of a mentor and who has provided exceptional mentoring to one or more postdoctoral scholars during the previous year."
Gay Hyre of West Haven was among about 3,000 people who braved intermittent rain and chilly temperatures to join in the March for Science New Haven on April 22. The event was one of hundreds of marches worldwide on the 47th anniversary of Earth Day to protest President Donald J. Trump’s proposed cuts to research, public health, and environmental protection and his administration’s disdain for accepted scientific fact on such issues as climate change.
More than any other scientific field, with the possible exception of climate change, embryonic stem cell research is subject to the ups and downs of politics and trouble may lie ahead for scientists in Connecticut and across the country.
“Yale researchers have discovered how megakaryocytes — giant blood cells that produce wound-healing platelets — manage to grow 10 to 15 times larger than other blood cells."