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Class of 2022 Shining Stars

June 2, 2022

…in drug development and medicine. Suelen Lopez Razo Bachelor of Science in Chemistry As a child growing up in a low-income family in Mexico, Suelen Lopez Razo never expected to go to college. When her family immigrated to El Centro, CA, 15-year-old Lopez Razo faced more than just the everyday…

UC San Diego Staff Named LEED Fellow

November 10, 2022

Walt Kanzler, UC San Diego’s senior director of Project Quality Management, has been selected as a 2022 Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) fellow joining the ranks of fewer than 300 LEED fellows around the world.

A smart ring shows it’s possible to detect fever before you feel it

December 14, 2020

Temperature data collected by wearable devices worn on the finger can be reliably used to detect the onset of fevers, a leading symptom of both COVID-19 and the flu, according to a team of researchers from the University of California San Diego, UC San Francisco and MIT Lincoln Lab.

Celebrating Our Differences

March 8, 2018

…the UC San Diego Medical Center. As the hospital’s first openly transgender staff member, Harris has worked to improve communications between hospital staff and LGBT patients through education, including leading faculty and staff through sensitivity and awareness trainings. One of her main goals has been informing people on how discrimination…

Welcome to the Festival

April 25, 2019

…funny odyssey through America's media machine that puts perpetrator and survivor on an inevitable collision course of reckoning. Directed by graduate student Joseph Hendel. Preview: April 30 @ 7:30 p.m. Show dates: May 7-16 @ 7:30 p.m. Theatre: Sheila and Hughes Potiker Theatre Get Tickets “The Gradient” by Steph del…

UC San Diego Turning Back the Clock on Parkinson’s

April 16, 2015

…the latest diagnostic methods, technology and treatment options for Parkinson’s disease and related disorders. UC San Diego is one of only a few centers in the nation conducting research on a PET scan that detects deposits of a protein called tau that aggregates in the brain of patients with a…

May You Be Well: New Ways to Build Resilience

April 29, 2021

…listening to a calming meditation stream. In addition to making connections, students can also learn how to cultivate resilience during times of turmoil. Health Promotion Services offers individual biofeedback appointments at no cost that are designed to identify unique sources of stress, develop coping strategies and promote relaxation. Through the…

UC San Diego Physicist Flexes ‘BICEP’ to Introduce Controversial New Book

April 5, 2018

In 1895 Alfred Nobel, the inventor of dynamite sat at a desk in Paris and secretly wrote out his last will and testament. In that document, the man known to many as “the Merchant of Death” stipulated that his vast wealth be distributed in the form of yearly prizes to…

SDSC’s ‘Gordon’ Supercomputer: Ready for Researchers

March 5, 2012

Accurately predicting severe storms, or what Wall Street’s markets will do next, may become just a bit easier in coming months as Gordon, a unique supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego, begins helping researchers delve into these and other data-intensive projects.

Diversity Awards Recognize Dedication to Empowerment and Community Engagement

March 10, 2016

…and Inclusion Division of Medical Education, Health Sciences Stuart A. Sandin, Ph.D., Marine Sciences UCSD Community Stations, Research Manuel Nel Garcia, Resource Management and Planning David M. Artis, Ph.D., Student Affairs Dion Brown, UC San Diego Health University-Wide Individual Recipients Joanna M. Boval Sara Clarke Kaplan, Ph.D. Dayo F. Gore,…

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