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Industrial Disasters May Cause Higher Rates of Disability and Cancer for Future Generations

June 5, 2023

Industrial accidents may have a much longer-term and serious impact on people’s health than just the immediate aftermath, suggests a study from the University of California San Diego published online in the journal BMJ Open.

The Preuss School Class of 2023 Celebrates Commencement

June 12, 2023

This year 94% of scholars from The Preuss School, a charter middle and high school on the UC San Diego campus, were accepted to a four-year university; all of them are the first in their family to attend college.

Premature Baby Born in 1981 Delivers Premature Twins in 2022 at Same Hospital

June 20, 2023

Patient who was in the UC San Diego Health NICU in 1981 receives specialized care throughout life and delivers premature twins at the same hospital.

$1.5 Million Donation Supports Research on Effects of Psychedelic DMT on the Brain

July 11, 2023

UC San Diego Psychedelics and Health Research Initiative received the gift from philanthropist Eugene Jhong to further our understanding of the unique states of consciousness induced by DMT and how it could benefit human health.

Fly Toolkit Created for Investigating COVID-19 Infection Mechanisms

July 21, 2023

Researchers have created a resource for analyzing how viruses infect human cells. The fruit fly-based toolkit provides a shortcut for assessing SARS-CoV-2 genes and understanding how they interact with human proteins, offering researchers a resource for new COVID-related drug therapies.

UC San Diego Health among First in Nation to Perform Regenerative Brain Cell Procedure for Epilepsy

July 26, 2023

UC San Diego Health is among the first in the nation to perform an experimental regenerative brain cell therapy for epilepsy aimed at eliminating seizures.

Intermittent Fasting Improves Alzheimer’s Pathology

August 21, 2023

New results from researchers at UC San Diego School of Medicine suggest that intermittent fasting could be an effective treatment approach for Alzheimer’s disease. Mice fed on a time-restricted schedule had better memory and less accumulation of amyloid proteins in the brain compared to controls.

These Screen-printed, Flexible Sensors Allow Earbuds to Record Brain Activity and Exercise Levels

September 28, 2023

A pair of earbuds can be turned into a tool to record the electrical activity of the brain as well as levels of lactate in the body with the addition of two flexible sensors screen-printed onto a stamp-like flexible surface.

New Biomarker Predicts Whether Neurons Will Regenerate

October 16, 2023

Researchers from University of California San Diego have identified a new biomarker that can predict whether or not neurons will regenerate after an injury. The findings could help scientists develop regenerative therapies for spinal cord injuries and other neurological conditions.

Smartphone Attachment Could Increase Racial Fairness in Neurological Screening

October 24, 2023

This smartphone attachment could enable people to screen for a variety of neurological conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease and traumatic brain injury, at low cost—and do so accurately regardless of their skin tone.

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