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In health research, local efforts have global benefit

Projects from UCSF and UC Riverside highlight the importance of borderless research in the pursuit for good global health. 

Promising Los Alamos innovations take the spotlight

Bette Korber was recently honored with the 2018 Richard P. Feynman Innovation Price for her ground-breaking HIV vaccine designs.

UC San Diego scientists ID protein exploited by virus ravaging West Africa

DDX3 protein could serve as a potential target for new drugs to treat deadly fever.

UCSF master's program in global health celebrates 10 years of impact

On Friday, July 27, the tenth class of the country's first global health master of science program will receive its degrees.

Researchers to target mosquito egg productions to curtail disease

Five-year grant to UC Riverside entomologists will support this ongoing study.

UCLA Fielding School of Public Health partners with a major Chinese medical school

This partnership symbolizes the collaborative commitment of both institutions to advancing research and training opportunities for students, faculty and researchers across the globe.

Multimillion-dollar grant brings nicotine and cannabis policy center to campus

UC Merced has been awarded a $3.8 million grant to establish the UC Nicotine and Cannabis Policy Center.

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