As the SDPD’s supervising data analyst, Haley keeps the stats that keep us safe.
Brookie Best, ’94, works to help HIV’s most vulnerable victims. HIV treatments have been remarkably effective over the […]
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Having worked on policy and large-scale programs for many years, Rodriguez now looks forward to making change on a more individual level.
From DIY comedy to humanitarian aid, Milana Vayntrub, ’08, is much more than the face of AT&T.
Instead of targeting all bacteria, we need to find new ways to give the immune system an advantage against those that cause illness.
Meet some of the minds endowed with the means to make a difference at UC San Diego.
“Drug repurposing is a faster, cheaper and safer approach to finding new treatments for disease,”
Latino culture runs strong through the work of Paul S. Flores, ’95. But his latest performance shows just how deep it reaches.
Medicine’s next frontier is a world unto its own — how the nanomedical revolution makes a universe of us all.
Magnetic fields passed through the body could yield a lower power and more secure alternative to current Bluetooth wireless technology.
“The greatest limitation of environmental impact assessments following catastrophic events is that most aren’t designed to measure damage to ecosystems beyond the immediate aftermath,”
A genetic disorder keeps Aaron Hartmann, Ph.D. ’14, from getting in the water, but not from making an impact.