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How Giving a Little Can Help a Lot

February 14, 2019

UC San Diego’s Crowdsurf is a great way for students, faculty and staff to connect directly with the innovative and meaningful work being done on our campus every day. With Crowdsurf—our university’s own crowdfunding initiative—you can support a range of unique and diverse projects.

NIH Awards Researchers $3.1 Million Grant to Improve Treatment of Common Pediatric Heart Condition

August 26, 2019

An international team of researchers received a five-year, $3.1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to discover new and better ways to treat a pediatric congenital heart condition known as tetralogy of Fallot, which affects a total of 85,000 individuals in the US.

Center for Future of Surgery Expands at UC San Diego School of Medicine

October 14, 2019

In Fall 2019, the Center for the Future of Surgery at UC San Diego School of Medicine expanded to address the newest surgical trends, especially those benefiting the brain and the nervous system.

Philanthropists Give $3.25 Million to Support Heart Disease Research

June 25, 2021

Steven M. Strauss and Lise N. Wilson have gifted $3.25 million to UC San Diego Health Sciences to open a new research center geared toward creating novel treatment options that will slow or halt the progression of heart disease.

Graduate Students Honored as Siebel Scholars

September 23, 2021

Five graduate students working at the interface of engineering and medicine have been honored as 2022 Siebel Scholars. They are pursuing graduate degrees in bioengineering, electrical engineering, nanoengineering, and bioinformatics, all with a focus on advancing human health. Five graduate student

Arrhythmia Mapping Technology Demonstrates Positive Clinical Results

May 4, 2022

Bioengineers and cardiologists from UC San Diego invented a technology that can accurately and noninvasively map atrial and ventricular heart arrhythmias in a matter of minutes. The technology demonstrated 97.3 percent accuracy in a clinical validation study, and recently received FDA clearance.

21 Years Old and Experiencing Stroke, Condition On the Rise among Young Adults

October 28, 2022

One in every eight strokes at UC San Diego Health occur in an adult younger than 50.

What Happens When We Pass Out? Researchers ID New Brain and Heart Connections

November 1, 2023

UC San Diego researchers have for the first time identified the genetic pathway between the heart and brain tied to fainting. In a new study published in the journal Nature, they found that vagal sensory neurons trigger fainting, laying a foundation for addressing fainting-related disorders.

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