As part of the Return to Learn program, UC San Diego’s campus privacy officer, Pegah Parsi addresses questions from students, faculty and staff about how student and employee health records are protected, what information is stored, who is informed of test results and more.
On Oct. 29, 2020 the National Science Foundation (NSF) approved a $53 million grant to a consortium of the country’s top ocean-research institutions to build a global network of chemical and biological sensors that will monitor ocean health.
The National Science Foundation has awarded $39 million to a team of engineers and computer scientists at UC San Diego to build a first-of-its-kind testbed to better understand how to integrate distributed energy sources into the power grid.
They are working as peer mentors to veteran students. Some are studying medicine are practicing performing exams on patients. UC San Diego’s record-setting population of more than 40,000 students are working toward their degree this fall with a hybrid of in-person and remote instruction.
With the support of a $4 million grant from UnitedHealth Group, the University of California San Diego has launched a four-year program to expand and diversify the pipeline of child and adolescent psychiatrists in California.
When a nurse is asked why he or she chose to enter the profession, the common answer often revolves around the desire to make a difference. Nurses restore health and mend broken bones, welcome new life and provide support when life is lost. Now, they are on the frontlines of a pandemic.
U.S. News & World Report named University of California San Diego School of Medicine a top global university and ranked the divisions of Gastroenterology and Hepatology #1 in the world for research.
Research findings by UC San Diego’s Mark Thiemens and former Chancellor’s Dissertation Medalist Mang Lin narrow down the complex nitrogen cycles at work in the atmosphere, cryosphere, hydrosphere, and, potentially, the biosphere.
UC San Diego Foundation welcomes a new class of trustees, the first group to be recruited and elected in an entirely virtual setting. This year’s class, which includes six UC San Diego alumni, is the most diverse to date.
A new study by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California San Diego has found that a species of brain-infecting parasite can disrupt the metabolism of its host—the California killifish—both before and after infection.