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Lewis Judd to Step Down After 36 Years as Chair of Department of Psychiatry

June 13, 2013

…Institute for Research on Aging and president of the American Psychiatric Association. “Any appointments or activity in the department, he ensured that they included the science of psychiatry.” “Lew built this department by choosing independent investigators who could work together,” said DR. Igor Grant, professor, executive vice-chair of the department…

Mapping the Mind

April 4, 2013

…Edgar Levi Chair in Aging, distinguished professor of psychiatry and neurosciences at UC San Diego School of Medicine, and director of the Stein Institute. Ralph Greenspan. Photo by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Publications “As humans, we can identify galaxies light years away, we can study particles smaller than an atom,”…

Lonely Hearts, Listen Up!

February 14, 2019

…partnership, people who are aging and single, or any other statistical minority. Just remember to keep your expectations modest! Oh, and be honest! Distorting the truth may help land you a first date with someone, but it certainly won’t bring them back for a second. No. 2 – Step up…

Meeting on ‘Green Revolution 2.0’ Draws Researchers and New Ideas

March 19, 2015

…U.S. cars and the aging of the world’s population. Older people basically drive less, he pointed out. But that downward trend in energy prices, Hamilton added, is likely to spike sharply upward again when the excess oil capacity is curtailed and global economic activity resumes. “It will be difficult to…

UC San Diego Health Ranked #1 by U.S. News & World Report

July 27, 2020

UC San Diego Health is ranked first in San Diego and sixth in California, placing it among the nation’s best hospitals, according to the 2020-2021 U.S. News & World Report. Eight common procedures and conditions were also rated “high performing.”

Optimism Meets Pessimism at The Atlantic Meets the Pacific Forum

October 10, 2013

…agreement that the world’s aging population, the advent of ‘smart’ devices and the resulting avalanche of scientific and medical data are creating both overwhelming opportunity and overwhelming challenges for healthcare, and in particular cancer care. It’s not yet clear, however, how quickly the coming revolution will take place, or who…

Brain Research at UC San Diego Brings Excitement to Celebration of Former Engineering Dean

May 2, 2013

Within days of each other, Robert W. Conn recently made two trips to Washington, D.C. to meet President Barack Obama at the White House. The Dean Emeritus of the University of California, San Diego Jacobs School of Engineering, Dr. Conn is President of The Kavli Foundation.

9,000 New Students Arrive to an Evolving Campus

October 3, 2019

…a focus on healthy aging; and Latin American studies with a concentration in migration and border studies. Additionally, several minors are debuting, including political data/data analytics as well as climate change studies. The campus celebrates a culinary renaissance It’s hard to miss Soda & Swine, a long-awaited new neighborhood eatery…

From the Sea to the Stars

October 3, 2019

…about 20 years of aging on the ground,” noted Meir. A number of other research projects with human health applications are already underway, said Meir, including studies of protein crystal growth. NASA astronauts will be looking at diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and obesity in terms of this protein crystal…

Microbial DNA in Patient Blood May be Tell-Tale Sign of Cancer

March 11, 2020

From a simple blood draw, microbial DNA may reveal who has cancer and which type, even at early stages.

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