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UC San Diego Names 2020-2022 Changemaker Faculty Fellows

December 17, 2020

…Children’s Hospital; Select Physical Therapy), PK-12 education programs (e.g. Early Childhood Education Center; The Preuss School UC San Diego), and social services organizations (e.g. San Diego Youth Services; Serving Seniors) Project Description: Through the Human Development Sciences field research experience course, this project will foster deeper learning towards building explicit…

Sign Here

May 24, 2018

…their dislike of speech therapy. All of them also cherish American Sign Language. Asked by Wink about their layered identities, Jaramillo, who worked as a physical therapy aide before deciding to pursue a master’s in ASL-English bilingual education in UC San Diego’s Department of Education Studies, ticked off: “I’m a…

Q&A: When Will a COVID-19 Vaccine Be Ready?

October 15, 2020

…clinical trials assessing new therapies, repurposed drugs and, of course, potential vaccines. Q: How is UC San Diego involved in COVID-19 vaccine trials and how do they work? Spector: I’m the principal site investigator for the Moderna trial, which began here in July. It’s a randomized, observer-blind, placebo-controlled study—the gold…

Class of 2013 Outstanding Grads

June 20, 2013

…journalism and science. The general biology major developed an interest in medicine after volunteering late nights at the emergency room. “Thanks to some really good mentors, I became quite competent in disinfecting wounds, measuring vital signs and making patients feel comfortable and safe,” Kusari said. He is a member of…

Scientists Try Old Weapon Against Deadly New Target

October 23, 2014

…situation, away from the general patient population and care areas. 2. A dedicated group of experienced health care providers will care for the patient. These clinicians will undergo intensive training on all aspects of care, including Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). 3. Guidance for PPE has been evolving; we are constantly…

Q&A: Maintaining Mental Health in the Time of COVID-19

September 3, 2020

…of our bodies, we generate energy that allows us to function effectively and achieve goals. Q. What are some of the most common emotions people are feeling about the pandemic? A. We are in the midst of extraordinary times, and our emotions reflect this—from anxiety and grief to frustration and…

Q&A with Shandy Pinkowski

February 28, 2012

…am today without the generous support of scholarship donors. Because of their kind and giving nature, I will graduate from UC San Diego in June with a bachelor's degree in both international studies and philosophy. I am fortunate that I will carry rewarding college experiences into law school — experiences…

May You Be Well: New Ways to Build Resilience

April 29, 2021

…the same with a therapist? Schedule 30 minutes to say hello to an FSAP counselor, and if at some point you need to think through something, you already have a contact.” Counseling through FSAP is both confidential and no-cost to employees. Appointments are not recorded in human resource files, and…

Coping with Coronavirus Stress

March 26, 2020

…a marriage and family therapist with UC San Diego Health, who guides viewers through a short breathing exercise that has been scientifically proven to reduce stress. Also, UC San Diego’s Center for Mindfulness and the T. Denny Sanford Institute for Empathy and Compassion have joined forces with the Compassion Institute…

Two Hearts Become One While Waiting for Another

July 30, 2020

…his wedding day, Reynoso gently put his mask on while a nurse assisted with the tubing that tethered the groom to needed fluids that would remain with him during his trip down the aisle. Together, the nurse and Reynoso slowly walked out of the room he occupied for 42 days.…

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