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What Does ChatGPT Say When You Tell It You Were Assaulted, You’re Suicidal, or Want to Quit Smoking?

June 7, 2023

A new UC San Diego study published in JAMA Network Open provides an early look into how artificially intelligent assistants could help answer public health questions.

‘The Legacy of Jonas Salk’ Exhibit on Display at Geisel Library

November 19, 2015

…Infantile Paralysis/March of Dimes; immunologists Thomas Francis and Albert Sabin; physicist and biologist Leo Szilard; mathematician and philosopher Jacob Bronowski; Louis Kahn, the architect who designed the iconic Salk Institute in the early 1960s; and a wide variety of world leaders. The gift of the collection of their father’s papers…

San Diego Students Score Science Successes via SDSC

July 11, 2013

Successful scientists typically have not just a college degree, but a PhD and years of research experience. The high school students who have participated in the San Diego Supercomputer Center’s (SDSC) student programs and found mentors among the Center’s staff have earned success much earlier than usual, winning titles in…

UC San Diego Library Receives Personal Papers of Jonas Salk

March 19, 2014

The University of California, San Diego Library has become the official repository for the papers of Jonas Salk, noted physician, virologist, and humanitarian, best known for his development of the world’s first successful vaccine for the prevention of polio.

McKerrow Appointed Dean of Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

June 30, 2014

Effective July 1, 2014, James H. McKerrow, MD, PhD, will become the second dean of the Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of California, San Diego. McKerrow will join UC San Diego from UC San Francisco, where he served as professor of pathology and director of…

Supercomputer Simulations Help Combat Tuberculosis (TB) Granulomas

March 20, 2019

Researchers from the University of Michigan relied on supercomputers at UC San Diego and elsewhere to help them develop detailed models to better understand how TB spreads throughout the lungs.

Genetic Variation in Individual Brain Cell Types May Predict Disease Risk

November 14, 2019

Researchers identified non-coding regions of the human genome that control the development and function of four brain cell types and mapped genetic risk variants for psychiatric diseases. They found that risk variants for Alzheimer’s disease were enriched in microglia-specific regulatory elements.

Artificial Intelligence Could Be New Blueprint for Precision Drug Discovery

July 12, 2021

Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine describe a new approach that uses machine learning to hunt for disease targets and then predicts whether a drug is likely to receive FDA approval.

Girdin One’s Loins

August 19, 2021

UC San Diego researchers detail how a ubiquitous signaling molecule plays a critical role in male fertility, orchestrating key steps that promote sperm motility, survival and fertilization success.

COVID-19, MIS-C and Kawasaki Disease Share Same Immune Response

May 16, 2022

COVID-19, MIS-C and KD all share a similar underlying mechanism involving the over-activation of particular inflammatory pathways, UC San Diego study shows. Findings support novel drug targets for MIS-C.

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