In recognition of Native American Heritage Month, we sat down with two medical students who are members of the Chickasaw Nation to learn about their motivations for choosing medical school at University of California San Diego
As the antibiotic-resistance crisis widens, researchers seek new therapies. To learn about intriguing viruses called bacteriophages that fight bacteria, an innovative first-year biology class led to new findings, co-led by 28 undergraduates, on how bacteriophages protect themselves against bacteria.
Learn about Serotones, a classical music group in the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences that performs in healthcare settings around San Diego.
The new Learning-Aligned Employment Program, funded by the state of California, is paying the hourly wages of UC San Diego students with financial need for their work as research assistants in labs across campus.
UC San Diego has launched one of the only programs aimed at training students in the emerging field of STEM research education. The new program gives undergraduate students coveted research experience while also asking them to think critically about how science is taught and to whom.
They flew through Category 2 hurricanes, helped develop antibody therapeutics for cancer patients, gained firsthand experience in the pharmaceutical industry and more. These five students are back on campus after gaining real-world exposure to their chosen career paths this summer.
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