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Disparities in United States COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

July 28, 2022

Health care facilities in Black metropolitan counties, Hispanic rural counties and hardest-hit counties were less likely to administer COVID-19 vaccines during initial rollout, UC San Diego study finds.

San Diego to be Research Hub for New Human Vaccines Project

April 7, 2016

…“Mesa Consortium,” a new scientific hub for the Human Vaccines Project. Under a collaborative agreement, the Mesa Consortium and the Human Vaccine Project aim to transform current understanding of the human immune system and expedite development of vaccines and biologics to prevent and treat many global diseases.

UC San Diego Health Adopts SMART Health Card for Digital Vaccine Records

June 29, 2021

UC San Diego Health is now offering a verifiable digital vaccine record to its patients who have or will receive a COVID-19 vaccine. These secure online records, otherwise known as a SMART health card, can be accessed directly from the MyUCSDChart patient portal.

UC San Diego Joins National Trial to Explore New Vaccines for COVID-19 Variants

April 6, 2022

UC San Diego has joined a Phase II clinical trial to evaluate various additional COVID-19 booster shots. The trial seeks to understand if different vaccine regimens can broaden immune responses in adults who already have received a primary vaccination series and a first booster shot.

UC San Diego, Human Vaccines Project Harness Advances in Machine Learning

July 1, 2016

The Human Vaccines Project is teaming with the Qualcomm Institute at the University of California San Diego to apply advances in machine learning to solve critical problems impeding the development of vaccines and therapeutics for a wide range of diseases.

Republicans Became More Vaccine Hesitant as the Coronavirus Pandemic Unfolded

April 28, 2021

Individuals who self-identify as Republicans became more skeptical of a potential COVID-19 vaccine and other inoculations, such as the flu shot, over the course of the pandemic, reveals a new study by the University of California San Diego’s Rady School of Management.

Financial Incentives Can Reduce Vaccine Hesitancy, but only in Large Amounts

March 14, 2022

Financial incentives and other nudges have been used to help increase vaccination rates across the nation, but new research from the University of California San Diego’s Rady School of Management reveals that compensations need to be large—at least $100—to reduce vaccine hesitancy.

Ending the Pandemic Begins Now

December 17, 2020

…to receive the COVID-19 vaccine—at 8:38 a.m. on Wednesday. Ending the Pandemic Begins Now A Statement by Patty Maysent, CEO, UC San Diego Health These are momentous days, though too often darkened by rising rates of COVID-19 transmission, reports of overstressed hospitals, increasing sickness and mortality. But now, we are…

Strauss Family Gives UC San Diego $1 Million to Help Develop a Cancer Vaccine

October 17, 2017

…over the next year designed to develop personalized cancer vaccines—a breakthrough treatment that could help patients like their daughter fight the disease using their own immune system.

A Push to Inoculate Vaccination Disparity

May 13, 2021

…A Push to Inoculate Vaccination Disparity New UC San Diego biologist endeavors to communicate the safety and life-saving importance of COVID-19 vaccination in underserved communities A first-generation university student and the son of Mexican immigrants, Assistant Professor Fabian Rivera-Chávez was born and raised in Northern California. He joined UC San…

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