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UC San Diego and GSK Collaborate to Eradicate Cancer Stem Cells, Treat Leukemia

July 8, 2015

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Moores Cancer Center are working with GSK on a bench-to-bedside project to treat leukemia and other diseases by eliminating cancer stem cells. The collaboration is part of GSK’s Discovery Partnerships with Academia (DPAc) program, where academic partners become…

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May 24, 2018

…student Moises Jaramillo; local artist Claudia Jimenez, who gives ASL tours at a San Diego museum and also works at Amazon; ASL poet and instructor Rezenet Moges-Riedel; and Carol Padden, dean of the Division of Social Sciences at UC San Diego. From left, moderator Wink with four members of the…

NOAA Awards $2.5 Million to Scripps Researchers Working on Climate Solutions

September 12, 2023

Two projects led by researchers from UC San Diego’s Scripps Institution of Oceanography have been awarded nearly $2.5 million by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to probe the potential of climate change solutions.

9,000 New Students Arrive to an Evolving Campus

October 3, 2019

…in climate change and human solutions; human development sciences with 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…

UC San Diego Scientists Advocate Combining Technical and Social Expertise to Combat Climate Change

October 27, 2016

Less than two weeks before global leaders meet in Marrakech, Morocco at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, scientists from the University of California San Diego offer their expert advice: bring scientists and policy makers together now to help ensure success in combating climate change in the future.

Supercomputer-Generated Models Provide Better Understanding of Esophageal Disorders

July 23, 2021

Gastroesophageal reflux disease, more commonly known as GERD, impacts around 20 percent of U.S. citizens, according to the National Institutes of Health. If left untreated, GERD can lead to serious medical issues and sometimes esophageal cancer.

On the Frontlines of Science Policymaking

December 10, 2020

…have significant impacts on human health and well-being,” he said. Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry Seth Cohen. Photo courtesy of Seth Cohen, UC San Diego Physical Sciences According to Cohen, science- and fact-driven policymaking is incredibly important—as seen in this era of COVID-19. He said that most scientists not already…

Diversity Awards Honor Outstanding Outreach and Inclusion Initiatives

February 27, 2014

…Chancellor Recognition Division of Arts and Humanities High School Outreach Program—Academic Affairs UC San Diego Emeriti Mentor Program—Business Affairs Edwina Welch, Ed.D.—Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Bess H. Marcus, Ph.D.—Health Sciences Cheryl L. Peach, Ph.D.—Marine Sciences Carlos D. Molina—Research Patricia Lea’e—Resource Management & Planning Jon Carlos Senour—Student Affairs Patricia T. Atanoa—UC…

Celebrating the Past and Future

October 2, 2014

…of Oceanography, Division of Arts and Humanities, and many other campus areas. Connect with friends and colleagues at the free festival, open to the campus and local community. Hullabaloo: Eat, play, dance 8 p.m. – midnight, Nov. 14, Town Square and Matthews Quad When the sun sets, the glow sticks…

UC San Diego Honors the Life and Legacy of César Chávez

March 31, 2022

…justice and respect for human dignity. César E. Chávez Celebration Events April 6 | Leading for Change: Student Advocacy Across HSIs April 7 | 21st Annual César E. Chávez Celebration Kickoff and Scholarship Awards April 7 | The Vibrant Being: Luis Valdez in Conversation with Dr. Jorge Huerta April 14…

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