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New Chair Sets Fast Pace as Academic Senate Returns to Business

December 6, 2011

…Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine, a “collaboratory” among Torrey Mesa partners, on the UCSD campus. Subramani briefed the assembly on a variety of current issues, including an update on the search for a Vice Chancellor for Diversity; the recent and well-attended Founders’ Symposium and its “Flash Forward from 50” theme;…

Patricia Shiley Continues Family Legacy with $2 Million Gift to Shiley Eye Institute

November 8, 2018

…is not correctable with medical treatment or surgical procedures. The gift will also benefit the UC San Diego Shiley EyeMobile for Children, which provides free eye screenings and glasses for underserved children in the local community. Honoring her grandfather, Shiley is also adding to the principal of the existing Stuart…

Teaching the Joy of Coding

December 7, 2017

…working for a large tech company. For CSE 190, she talks to students about effective teaching practices and how to navigate programming environments for people who are just starting to learn how to code. Guthals works with students to design and implement engaging projects. Then she releases them into the…

HEART Fellows Bring Unique Insights to Homelessness Research at UC San Diego

June 4, 2024

Seven formerly unhoused San Diego County residents are contributing their insights and perspectives as co-researchers at UC San Diego’s Homelessness Hub.

UC San Diego Celebrates Hidden History of US Innovation with Exhibit of 19th Century Patent Models

November 18, 2021

…of history of business technology, shares unique artifacts Through the spring of 2022, UC San Diego’s Design and Innovation Building is hosting a historic exhibition of 19th-century patent models in partnership with Hagley Museum and Library, sponsored by Qualcomm Incorporated. Patent Models: A Celebration of American Invention showcases the breadth…

Dissecting COVID-19: Biology Professor Opens Infectious Disease Course to Public Audiences

April 2, 2020

…new ideas and innovative technologies to understand them. Only a few short months ago when Meyer began to prepare to teach the spring class, he had no idea of the relevance the course would come to embody. “I may change some of the subjects in case there’s new information on…

Class Acts: 2020 Grads Step into the Spotlight

June 4, 2020

…in the School of Medicine to help develop and patent Epinoma, a blood test to screen for liver cancer. “It’s by far one of the most intriguing ideas that I’ve been fortunate to work on,” he said. “Our discussions with various oncologists and cancer patients highlighted some of the most…

UC San Diego Hosts Its First Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality Hackathon

March 1, 2018

…of Illinois and Georgia Tech. Thanks to sponsors including Google, Oculus, Sony and HTC, the students were able to offer enticing prizes to teams in a variety of categories including best medical project, best multiplayer XR project and best beginner project. The grand prize-winning team of three UC San Diego…

How to Spot Patients Most Likely to Die from Blood Infections

September 3, 2020

…San Diego School of Medicine. Gonzalez is a biochemist who specializes in proteomics. As genomics is the study of all the genes in a cell or organism, proteomics is the study of all of the proteins. He uses leading-edge tools to identify the proteins in a mixed sample based on…

Star Traveler

October 22, 2015

…physical, life, biological or medical arenas—are selected more frequently. Yet all applicants must be willing to get out of their comfort zone. “The standard saying is that aspiring astronauts have to be able to live in a tin can with five other people for six months,” said Rubins. “But truthfully,…

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