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Raising the Bar

October 24, 2013

…building a healthcare facility extends beyond the traditional design response of incorporating function, technology and efficiency. Rather, the Jacobs Medical Center establishes a benchmark for the future of health care–striving to improve patient outcomes as a result of the architecture.” The advanced surgery hospital on the second and third floors…

An Economic Sleuth

June 7, 2018

…at Delhi University, he studied economics at the University of Oxford where he earned his master’s degree. After working as a consultant for the World Bank’s Poverty and Inequality Unit in Washington, D.C., he completed doctoral work at the University of Michigan. “All of my university experience has been at…

Alexander Vardy Named First Jack Keil Wolf Chair in Electrical Engineering

May 14, 2013

Electrical engineering Professor Alexander Vardy, a renowned researcher in information and coding theory, has been appointed as the first Jack Keil Wolf Endowed Chair in Electrical Engineering at the University of California, San Diego.

A New Map Reveals the Complicated World in Which Cells Seek to Repair Damaged DNA

May 22, 2023

UC San Diego scientists develop an interactive software that enables scientists to better investigate the DNA damage response.

UC San Diego Receives $5 Million to Launch Center for Learning Health Systems Science

January 4, 2024

UC San Diego has received a $5 million grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) to establish a Center for Learning Health Systems Science. The new center will train clinicians and researchers in the science of optimizing health care.

Graduate Student Artists Throw Open Doors to Public at Open Studios Event

April 10, 2012

…to Public at Open Studios Event Photos by Alan Decker Doors open at Open Studios. They open literally, for the campus and larger San Diego communities, as visual arts MFA and Ph.D. students invite people to view their creative spaces, and figuratively, for the participating graduate students themselves, as they…

Marco Werman of the ‘The World’ from GBH and PRX to Host the Public Radio Program from UC San Diego

June 15, 2022

Marco Werman, host of the international news program “The World” from GBH and PRX, will serve as Journalist in Residence for UC San Diego’s Department of Communication and will host the public radio show from a new broadcast studio located in the university department.

$20 Million Gift to UC San Diego Funds Research to Reverse Glaucoma

November 17, 2022

Researchers at the University of California San Diego may soon be closer to finding ways to reverse the effects of glaucoma, thanks to $20 million in support from Hanna and Mark Gleiberman. The gift will establish the Hanna and Mark Gleiberman Center for Glaucoma Research at UC San Diego.

Engineers, Visual Artists and Medical Device Researchers Mix in New UC San Diego Building

September 6, 2012

Making buildings and bridges safer during earthquakes. Printed 3-D blood vessels and capillaries for regenerative medicine. Safer cardiac pumps for children born with heart defects. Giant art collections sorted with a click. Better composite materials for aircraft. In the new Structural and Materials Engineering building at the University of California,…

UC San Diego Helps to ‘Create, Refine, Amplify’ at Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity

June 29, 2017

…growing. This summer it extends to Canada’s Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity where Steven Schick looms large. The distinguished professor of music, Reed Family Presidential Chair holder, and music director and conductor of La Jolla Symphony and Chorus is serving as co-artistic director of Banff Centre’s 2017 Summer Classical…

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