UCSF microscope HIV

How UC faced down a global pandemic

UCLA and UCSF doctors fought HIV from its earliest beginnings. Now, they are beginning to speak of a cure.

young blood and neurons

Cognitive benefits of 'young blood' linked to brain protein in mice

Infusing old mice with the blood of younger mice leads to brain rejuvenation. UCSF researchers may now have figured out how.

UCSF heart smartwatches

Wearables could catch heart problems that elude your doctor

Smart watches can detect irregular heartbeats with startling accuracy. Can they predict heart disease?

UC San Diego FAS

Children affected by prenatal drinking more numerous than previously estimated

Findings suggest rates of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders may be similar to autism spectrum disorders.

UCSF Dena Dubal

Could a protein called klotho block dementia and aging?

Dena Dubal wants to stave off neurodegenerative diseases with a novel approach: blocking aging.

UCSF source anxiety

Yep, your brain has ‘anxiety’ cells

It's not just your imagination, it's neurology, according to a new study on mice.

immunotherapy

Researchers develop a remote-controlled cancer immunotherapy system

The ultrasound-based system can non-invasively control genetic processes to kill cancer cells.

UC Davis sequence all life

Earth BioGenome Project to sequence all life

UC Davis-led partnership to map the DNA of every lifeform announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Preemie UC San Diego

Premature baby grows up to be a ‘cuddler’

A unique program gives volunteers like Shea McNanie the opportunity to provide infants vital TLC.

UCLA sick with flu

Everyone’s talking about the flu. Here’s what to do about it

And why — even though it's less effective this year — you should still get the vaccine.

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