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Pregnant, Breastfeeding or Trying? Here’s What COVID-19 Means for You

November 18, 2021

…Prevention (CDC) to request “urgent action” on the issue, after they officially recommended vaccination during pregnancy back in August. So, what’s keeping this group, who are at increased risk for severe infection, from getting vaccinated? For many expecting parents, this may feel like one of the first big decisions they…

Scientists Apply a Novel Machine Learning Method to Help Diagnose Deadly Respiratory Illness

December 13, 2022

An international team of scientists led by UC San Diego computer science and engineering professor Pengtao Xie has developed a new algorithm that shows promise in improving the detection of pneumonia from chest x-rays.

UC San Diego Team Achieves Petaflop-Level Earthquake Simulations on GPU-Powered Supercomputers

April 2, 2013

A team of researchers at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) and the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering at the University of California, San Diego, has developed a highly scalable computer code that promises to dramatically cut both research times and energy costs in simulating seismic hazards throughout California…

Startup Companies Tackle COVID-19 From Many Angles

April 16, 2020

…in admittances to intensive care units (ICU) in San Diego county. With continued social distancing, the expected number is still well below the limit. (Graph is undergoing peer review.) For instance, predictive modeling can help officials anticipate when a city or county’s supply of hospital beds or ventilators will run…

UC San Diego Physician, Alumni Partner to Provide Prosthetic Limbs for Ukrainian Amputees

September 15, 2022

…working in Poland providing urgent care for Ukrainian refugees who were crossing the border. “I felt there was much more to do,” he said. Dr. Manoj Monga, chair of the Department of Urology at UC San Diego, traveled to Ukraine. Here, he makes a minor adjustment to a prosthetic limb…

Center for Community Health to Lead $13M Statewide Program for Newly Arrived Afghan Families

March 16, 2023

A culturally affirming, community-led transformation model pioneered by the UC San Diego Refugee Health Unit will be replicated across California, providing vital academic and social support to newly arrived Afghan youth and families during resettlement.

UC San Diego Announces Launch of Changemaker Institute

October 15, 2020

…to solve society’s most urgent issues with the recent launch of the Changemaker Institute at UC San Diego. A changemaker is anyone who has the courage to do things differently and takes creative action to solve social problems. By envisioning a better world, we all have the potential to be…

A Drug Lord and the World’s Largest Invasive Animal

April 26, 2018

…members of his Colombian cartel. The excesses of Hacienda Nápoles, featured on Netflix’s wildly popular “Narcos” series, included a zoo stocked with exotic animals transported from around the world. But when Escobar’s empire came crashing down, the animals were relocated to new homes. Lions and giraffes, sure. But relocation isn’t…

A New Phase

January 31, 2023

The evolution of clinical trials is accelerating, driven by emerging technologies, social imperatives and the next public health crisis.

Industry, Faculty Find New Opportunities in Qualcomm Institute Innovation Space

May 14, 2015

Representatives from the first seven companies admitted into the Qualcomm Institute Innovation Space wowed the campus community at a press briefing and networking reception to mark the official opening of the new 6,000-square-foot facility inside Atkinson Hall on the UC San Diego campus. The event took place May 7.

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