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STEM CELL PROGRAM FACULTY IN THE NEWS

Covid-19

January 14

UC San Diego reports big surge in COVID-19 infections among students returning from holidays

Larry Goldstein

January 12

Recipient of $22 million from stem cell agency named to its board

plant-based diets

January 11

A plant-based diet lowers your risks of diabetes and heart disease by boosting healthy gut bacteria, study finds

Viruses Can Help Us as Well as Harm Us

December 1

Viruses Can Help Us as Well as Harm Us

How COVID-19 Measures Might Be Impacting Your Microbiome — and What to Do About It

November 24

How COVID-19 Measures Might Be Impacting Your Microbiome — and What to Do About It

Reports of two promising covid-19 vaccines don’t mean we ‘magically,’ quickly return to normal

November 21

Reports of two promising covid-19 vaccines don’t mean we ‘magically,’ quickly return to normal

Confusion, stroke, memory loss: How coronavirus affects the brain

October 25

Confusion, stroke, memory loss: How coronavirus affects the brain

California Voters to Decide Future of Stem Cell Funding Agency

October 24

California Voters to Decide Future of Stem Cell Funding Agency

The curious DNA circles that make treating cancer so hard

October 18

The curious DNA circles that make treating cancer so hard

Trump’s Covid Treatments Were Tested in Cells Derived From Fetal Tissue

October 8

Trump’s Covid Treatments Were Tested in Cells Derived From Fetal Tissue

California's Stem-Cell Research Program Nearly Out of Money

October 2

California's Stem-Cell Research Program Nearly Out of Money

UC San Diego Partners with San Ysidro Health to Expand COVID-19 Testing

October 2

Watch Joanna Wysocka, Bing Ren and Diana Hargreaves at the UCSD Chromatin Club

A New Kind of College Exam: UCSD Is Testing Sewage for COVID-19

September 7

A New Kind of College Exam: UCSD Is Testing Sewage for COVID-19

Labor Day Weekend Likely to Lead to New Outbreaks, Says Expert

September 4

A New Kind of College ExamLabor Day Weekend Likely to Lead to New Outbreaks, Says Expert

overactive memory immune cell

August 31

Inflammatory bowel disease linked to an overactive memory immune cell

COVID reopening exams

August 25

U.S. universities continue to flunk their COVID reopening exams

Linked to an Immune Cell Run Amok

August 24

Inflammatory Bowel Disease Linked to an Immune Cell Run Amok

Parkinsons Disease

August 19

Leading-edge Technology Unmasks Protein Linked to Parkinson’s Disease

Human microbiome trims mucosal glycans, influencing SARS-CoV-2 infection

August 19

Human microbiome trims mucosal glycans, influencing SARS-CoV-2 infection

 Coronavirus Isn’t Working in America

August 18

Why Pooled Testing for the Coronavirus Isn’t Working in America

GEN

August 18

Extrachromosal DNA Found to Play a Critical Role in Cancer

Signals in Human Genes

August 11

Eclipse Cofounders Publish Foundational Dataset Revealing Extensive Hidden Signals in Human Genes

Covid Testing

August 5

A Consumer's Guide to Getting Tested for the Coronavirus

Zero Gravity

July 31

How Zero Gravity Can Reveal Basic Biological Questions

Virtual Waves

July 30

27th Annual Luau and Legends of Surfing Invitational Set to Make Virtual Waves

cystinosis

July 29

Best Life: Experimental treatment for cystinosis

Human Genome

July 29

UC San Diego Scientists Part of Special Package of Studies Describing Human Genome

Human Sperm Stem Cells Grown in Lab, an Early Step Toward Infertility Treatment

July 13

Human Sperm Stem Cells Grown in Lab, an Early Step Toward Infertility Treatment

Probiotics

July 10

Probiotics could help with mental health, but experts say you shouldn't rush to stock up on yogurt and supplements

6.75 Million Award

July 8

Blood Cancer Discoveries collaboration awards $6.75 million