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10 years, 10 campuses, one trailblazing career: Haile Debas reflects on UCGHI

Global health visionary Dr. Haile Debas looks back on 10 years of impact for the UC Global Health Institute.


New UC Santa Cruz Global Health Post-Doc Opportunities

The Divisions of Social Sciences and Physical and Biological Sciences at the UC Santa Cruz are offering six assistant professor positions in global & community health.

UC Global Health Day 2020: Sustaining Communities and Climates for Health

UC Global Health Day 2020 call for abstracts and breakout sessions is now open. Apply today!

DDT linked to higher risk of diabetes among Asian Indian immigrants to U.S.

UC Davis study finds prior exposure to pollutant may explain higher rate of diabetes among Indian immigrants.

Babies in the womb may see more than we thought

UC Berkeley study finds light-sensitive cells in a fetus’s immature retina are networked, suggesting a bigger role in the developing brain.

The heat is on

UC Santa Barbara along with international team of scientists complete the largest global assessment of ocean warming impacts.

How giant kelp may respond to climate change

UC Davis study finds in a changing ocean, giant kelp's reproductive success depends on where it's from.

Are students getting enough air?

UC Davis and Berkeley Lab study find many California classrooms don't have sufficient ventilation.

UC President Napolitano’s statement on White House exit from Paris climate accord

UC President Janet Napolitano issued a statement following the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw the United States from the landmark Paris climate agreement.

Researchers look to wetlands to increase Delta water quality

UC Merced professor hopes to improve water quality in the California Delta by studying local wetlands.

Novel surgery may prevent lymphedema in patients with breast cancer

UC San Diego Health now offers a novel surgical procedure to help prevent complications following lymph node dissection. 

Best of frenemies: unexpected role of social networks in ecology

UC Davis study finds social networking plays a bigger role in ecology than anyone previously thought.

The hippo's hidden world

UC Santa Barbara scientists are first to track hippo movement and land use.

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