The Olav Thon Foundation in Norway has announced that Anders M. Dale, PhD, professor of Neurosciences, Radiology, Psychiatry, Cognitive Science, and Data Science at UC San Diego, is the recipient of its 2022 international research prize within the natural sciences and medicine.
New research led by bioengineers at the University of California San Diego could make it much simpler to repair disease-causing mutations in RNA without compromising precision or efficiency. The new RNA editing technology holds promise as a gene therapy for treating genetic diseases.
As Valentine’s Day approaches, we are celebrating all the lasting love stories that got their start right here at UC San Diego. To honor the day dedicated to love, we asked the Triton community to share their magical first encounters and the sweet memories that followed.
What is allyship? It is an opportunity to re-evaluate personal beliefs through listening; taking action to dismantle systems of oppression; and consistently working together to advance equity for those who are disempowered. Allyship was the central theme of last week’s Triton Leaders Conference.
Like so many others, Amanda Corona found herself dealing with unexpected financial constraints due to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. A UC San Diego alumna, she was working in the Division of Social Sciences as director of alumni engagement when she decided to pursue her doctorate of education.