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UC San Diego Welcomes Students, Faculty and Staff Back to a Transformed Campus

September 30, 2021

…contact notification and now, vaccination. With health, well-being and safety at the forefront, UC San Diego resumed many campus social activities, hands-on learning experiences, cultural events and athletic competition. UC San Diego will continue to study the data and analyze potential risks to better understand how risk mitigation, virus detection…

Un Empuje Para Disminuir la Disparidad en la Vacunación

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. Read this article in English here » P. ¿Cuál es el enfoque de su investigación? R. Mi laboratorio se enfoca en la investigación de las…

Using Plague Diaries to Keep a Record of COVID-19

February 18, 2021

…minority groups, or grassroots anti-vaccination movements—works powerfully to disrupt any linear narrative of progress. How do we mobilize the insights of history to create a more just, equitable world moving forward?” Edington said the class explores the global history of epidemics in their unique historical context, and takes care to…

Free Online Class Teaches How to Be a Better Parent–and a Better Consumer of Parenting Advice

August 15, 2017

…time, impulse control, and vaccination. It also explores ongoing mysteries, like what causes autism, and why so many children are allergic to peanuts. In addition to featuring Barner, who is a leading expert on language and conceptual development, the course includes experts on behavior genetics, lying and spanking, among other…

2022 Triton Holiday Gift Guide

December 6, 2022

To kick off the season of giving, UC San Diego Today has compiled a gift guide featuring products and experiences from UC San Diego faculty, alumni, innovators, entrepreneurs and more.

It’s Not Just SARS-CoV-2: Most Respiratory Viruses Spread by Aerosols

September 8, 2021

SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV, influenza, measles, and the rhinoviruses that cause the common cold can all spread via aerosols that can build up in indoor air and linger for hours, an international, interdisciplinary team of researchers has reported in a review published in the journal Science.

Second Breath: Region’s First Double Lung Transplant for COVID-19 Patient

August 24, 2021

After more than 50 days on advanced life support, a multi-disciplinary team at UC San Diego Health helps a patient who contracted COVID-19 become a candidate for a successful double lung transplant. The transplant surgery was the first in the region performed on a COVID-19 patient.

Protein-Protein Interaction Activates and Fuels Leukemia Cell Growth

December 21, 2015

Building upon previous research, scientists at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and UC San Diego Moores Cancer report that a protein called Wnt5a acts on a pair of tumor-surface proteins, called ROR1 and ROR2, to accelerate the proliferation and spread of chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) cells, the…

It’s Triton Time: Be a Part of the Action During Homecoming 2022

October 4, 2022

With Homecoming just weeks away, the energy across campus is electric as UC San Diego gears up to welcome its Triton family home. Get ready to sport your blue and gold and take part in a full schedule of events that will include all your old favorites, plus some exciting…

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