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Electronic Health Records Unlock Genetics of Tobacco Use Disorder

Health & Behavior

By utilizing the power of electronic medical records, researchers from UC San Diego are uncovering the genetics of tobacco use, which would help scientists discover new ways to stop occasional tobacco use from evolving into tobacco use disorder.

Electronic Health Records Unlock Genetics of Tobacco Use Disorder

Following Cellular Lineage

Health & Behavior

A group of researchers based at UC San Diego and Rady Children's Institute have advanced the understanding of how the cerebral cortex develops by tracing the lineage of certain brain cells.

Following Cellular Lineage

How Trauma Gets Under the Skin

Health & Behavior

Traumatic experiences in early childhood can cause metabolic changes that impact muscle function later in life, according to new research co-authored by UC San Diego professor Anthony Molina.

How Trauma Gets Under the Skin

Opening Portals to the Underworld

Science & Environment

A photographic exhibition opening the evening of Wednesday, April 24 at the Qualcomm Institute captures caves long-considered by the Maya to be entrances to the underworld.

Opening Portals to the Underworld
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Take 10 With a Triton: Roger Hailstork Returns to the Bookstore With a Focus on Accessibility

Profiles

Roger Hailstork recently rejoined UC San Diego as director of the UC San Diego Bookstore after a decade away. He is thrilled by the changes on campus—everything from new connections to the Divine Nine Plaza—and focused on making sure all students can get academic resources at an accessible price.

UC San Diego Labor Center Appoints Its First Executive Director

Profiles

Satomi Rash-Zeigler will set the vision for the center and lead its strategic growth by fostering collaborations between faculty, students, workers and community organizations.

Symposium on Cardiomyopathy Research and Treatment Slated for May 3

Health & Behavior

The University of California San Diego’s Steven M. Strauss and Lise N. Wilson Center for Cardiomyopathy will host the inaugural Cardiomyopathy Precision Medicine Symposium in La Jolla, Calif., on May 3, 2024.

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