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UC San Diego has a long history of researching and teaching American Sign Language.


Over-the-counter allergy drug helps patients with chronic injury from multiple sclerosis

Clinical trial shows FDA-approved antihistamine restores nervous system function in MS patients.

UC Newsroom |

The most viral UC research of 2016

UC research comprised 14 of the 100 journal articles that got the most media attention in 2016. Take a look at what got the world talking.

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UC initiative to spur Alzheimer's disease research

Grants to UC scientists will fund early proof-of-concept clinical trials for potential treatments for disorder.

UC San Francisco |

Big ideas in health and science for 2016

UC San Francisco experts predict areas that will see major advances, and where basic science will be translating into real treatments.


Struggling to learn a new language? Blame it on your stable brain

A new study sheds light on the age-old question of why it’s so difficult to learn a second language as an adult.


Can this controversial new drug curb Alzheimer’s disease?

It’s complicated, but for some patients, there’s reason to be optimistic about aducanumab, the treatment that made waves upon receiving FDA approval this summer.


That song is stuck in your head, but it’s helping you to remember

‘Earworms’ are more than a passing nuisance. They help us preserve memory – for music and for life.


Immunotherapy for hard-to-treat cancers ready to move toward clinical trials

Researchers have demonstrated how to engineer smart immune cells that are effective against solid tumors.


To keep a sharp mind, start thinking of heart health in your 20s

Obesity, hypertension and high glucose in early adulthood may take a heavy toll on cognition late in life, UCSF-led study shows.

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Making decisions based on how we feel about memories, not accuracy

A new study explores the difference between subjective and objective memory.


Scientists jump-start two people’s brains after coma

‘Stunning to see with your own eyes,’ says UCLA neuroscientist Martin Monti.