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UC San Diego Asymptomatic Employee COVID-19 Testing Available Now

August 20, 2020

…is to promote a healthy workplace and prioritize campus and employee safety. The test takes only about 15 minutes in our drive-thru locations, and you can schedule your appointment at the most convenient testing site from the list below, including the new walk-up testing site at the Price Center. The…

Communications Pioneer Andrew J. Viterbi Gives UC San Diego $50 Million to Support Ophthalmology

August 23, 2018

…a lasting legacy in health care through a philanthropic gift of $50 million to the University of California San Diego. Inspired by his father, an ophthalmologist, Viterbi’s gift will name The Viterbi Family Department of Ophthalmology and The Viterbi Family Vision Research Center, and create six new endowed chairs for…

Education, Collaboration Help Launch Startups at UC San Diego

May 1, 2024

The Design and Innovation Building is a modern 74,000-square-foot space that integrates rigorous education and industry collaboration across its four distinct floors, each uniquely designed and positioned to propel thinkers, dreamers and doers upward as they progress through each level.

Researchers Find Key Player in Diabetic Kidney Disease Through Power of Metabolomics

July 29, 2015

Tapping the potential of metabolomics, an emerging field focused on the chemical processes of metabolism, researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine have identified a new and pivotal player in diabetic kidney disease.

When Mom Talks, Are Infants with ASD Listening?

January 3, 2022

Researchers at UC San Diego School of Medicine pinpoint the regions of the brain and neural mechanisms responsible for normal or impaired development of a child’s response to baby talk and why infants with autism do not typically respond well.

New Sally Ride Fellowship to Support Women in Physics

March 16, 2017

…more female STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) graduates than any other college in the U.S. with one in three women graduating from the university with a degree in these fields. Yet, physics remains a male-dominated field. The proportion of women at the graduate and postgraduate level is just over…

From Trolley Wraps to Ship Science: Events to Offer Look at UC San Diego’s Path-Breaking Projects

October 13, 2016

…access to education and health care. And sailing boldly into uncharted realms to investigate the workings of our Earth, oceans and atmosphere. As part of the UC San Diego community, we are all pioneers on this journey. We invite you to join us for a series of free signature events:…

In Some Children with Autism, “Social” and “Visual” Neural Circuits Don’t Quite Connect

December 17, 2019

Researchers combined eye gaze data with brain scans to discover that in a common subtype of autism, brain areas responsible for vision and attention are not controlled by social brain networks, and so social stimuli are ignored.

Three Early Career Faculty Members Selected to Receive Sloan Research Fellowships

February 22, 2024

UC San Diego Assistant Professors Vineet Augustine, Abdoulaye Ndao and Monique Smith have been selected to receive 2024 Sloan Research Fellowships. They are among 126 scientists chosen by the Sloan Foundation to receive one of the most prestigious awards for early career scientists.

Robots to Help Children Touch the Outside World

September 17, 2020

…provide an exciting, enabling technology for millions of people with disabilities and others who are isolated during the pandemic, especially children at high risk of infection," said Riek. Making a robotic arm available is key, Riek added. “Children want to be able to touch the world. They want to be…

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