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Researchers Use a Single Molecule to Command Stem Cells to Build New Bone

August 31, 2016

…an easy and efficient way to coax human pluripotent stem cells to regenerate bone tissue—by feeding them adenosine, a naturally occurring molecule in the body. The stem-cell-derived bone tissue helped repair cranial bone defects in mice without developing tumors or causing infection.

Stem Cell Therapy Rescues Symptoms of Alzheimer’s Disease

August 9, 2023

Promising preclinical results from UC San Diego show hematopoietic stem cell therapy was effective in rescuing memory loss, neuroinflammation and beta amyloid build-up in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease.

Workforce Diversity Report Reveals Gains but Little Progress for Women in STEM

July 23, 2020

…Progress for Women in STEM A new UC San Diego report examining female representation in the STEM workforce highlights both historic progress and troubling trends occurring simultaneously. Overall, it paints a lopsided picture for one of the nation’s most robust and high-paying career fields when it comes to gender parity,…

UCTV Launches New Stem Cell Channel

June 6, 2019

…Medicine UCTV Launches New Stem Cell Channel Viewers to go behind the scenes from autism to zebrafish Alysson R. Muotri loves stem cells. He runs a lab that studies them, and he’s inspired by the fascinating work colleagues around him are doing. He’s so excited that he wants to tell…

Finding Cures for Devastating Diseases

August 2, 2012

…Medicine, a new, state-of-the-art stem cell research facility dedicated to research and finding cures and therapies for some of society’s most devastating diseases. This new “collaboratory” brings together UC San Diego’s research partners on the mesa in a way that allows for unique collaborations that otherwise may not be possible.…

UC San Diego Tops List for Highest Number of Women Graduates in STEM

June 29, 2016

…women with majors in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) found that the University of California San Diego tops the list with one in three women graduating with a STEM degree. UC San Diego’s proportion of STEM graduates is three times the national average.

Graduate Student and Veteran Aimee Chabot Honored at NSF Headquarters

November 13, 2014

…interest in the subject stems from her own experience financing an undergraduate education at UC San Diego. “One of the main reasons I joined the U.S. Army was to pay for my college education,” she said. After graduating from high school, Chabot enlisted and served as a military intelligence analyst.…

Splicing Deregulation Detected and Targeted in Type of Childhood Leukemia

March 7, 2023

UC San Diego researchers delve deep into the unknown cause of pediatric acute myeloid leukemia to identify a gene splicing dysregulation and potential target for treating the disease, which often becomes treatment-resistant.

UC San Diego Researchers Receive Close to $10M from California Stem Cell Research Agency

November 20, 2023

Two researchers at UC San Diego received close to $10 million in grants from the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine, the agency announced.

The Coming of Age of Stem Cell Therapy

October 30, 2014

…Coming of Age of Stem Cell Therapy Photos by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Publications With first clinical trials, UC San Diego pushes stem cell therapies into a new era of real-world application In 2004, the therapeutic potential of stem cells persuaded more than 7 million Californians to approve Proposition 71,…

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