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Psych Central
Mild Cognitive Impairment Often Missed with Current Screeningsaid first author Emily C. Edmonds, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow of neuropsycholo
Mild Cognitive Impairment Often Missed with Current Screening
Psych Central / Posted yesterday
said first author Emily C. Edmonds, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow of neuropsychology in the Department of Psychiatry at UC San Diego School of Medicine. “At the individual level, people incorrectly identified as cognitively normal might not... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Existing MCI screening tools result in more than 7% false-negative error rate, study findssaid first author Emily C. Edmonds, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow of neuropsycholo
Existing MCI screening tools result in more than 7% false-negative error rate, study finds
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 days ago
said first author Emily C. Edmonds, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow of neuropsychology in the Department of Psychiatry at UC San Diego School of Medicine. "At the individual level, people incorrectly identified as cognitively normal might not... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New collaborative research center to investigate promising aspects of mucosal immunologyapplications. The Chiba University-UC San Diego Immunology Initiative and asso
New collaborative research center to investigate promising aspects of mucosal immunology
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
applications. The Chiba University-UC San Diego Immunology Initiative and associated research center, to be based at UC San Diego School of Medicine, will be established with a $2 million contribution from Chiba University, the funding... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
High levels of p62 protein in liver linked to cancer recurrenceProfessor of Pharmacology and Pathology and Ben and Wanda Hildyard Chair for Mi
High levels of p62 protein in liver linked to cancer recurrence
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
Professor of Pharmacology and Pathology and Ben and Wanda Hildyard Chair for Mitochondrial and Metabolic Diseases at UC San Diego School of Medicine. Karin led the study with co-senior author Jorge Moscat, PhD, deputy director of the Cancer... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Targeting ERK and compensatory pathways with drug inhibitors halts colorectal cancer growthfail because this mechanism is allowing proliferation through a different pathw
Targeting ERK and compensatory pathways with drug inhibitors halts colorectal cancer growth
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 days ago
fail because this mechanism is allowing proliferation through a different pathway," said Eyal Raz, MD, senior author and UC San Diego School of Medicine professor of medicine. "Previously, ERK5 didn't seem important in colorectal cancer. This is... Read more
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KUSI News San Diego
Three men injured in crash with light pole in Linda Vistalink to PTSD, UCSD School of Medicine study findsPossible genetic link to PTSD,
Three men injured in crash with light pole in Linda Vista
KUSI News San Diego / Posted 14 days ago
link to PTSD, UCSD School of Medicine study findsPossible genetic link to PTSD, UCSD School of Medicine study finds UC San Diego School of Medicine released PTSD study A wide-ranging study has identified possible genetic links to an... Read more
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KUSI News San Diego
Driver arrested after allegedly killing woman while drunklink to PTSD, UCSD School of Medicine study findsPossible genetic link to PTSD,
Driver arrested after allegedly killing woman while drunk
KUSI News San Diego / Posted 14 days ago
link to PTSD, UCSD School of Medicine study findsPossible genetic link to PTSD, UCSD School of Medicine study finds UC San Diego School of Medicine released PTSD study A wide-ranging study has identified possible genetic links to an... Read more
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KUSI News San Diego
Temperatures reach their peak but morning fog remainslink to PTSD, UCSD School of Medicine study findsPossible genetic link to PTSD,
Temperatures reach their peak but morning fog remains
KUSI News San Diego / Posted 14 days ago
link to PTSD, UCSD School of Medicine study findsPossible genetic link to PTSD, UCSD School of Medicine study finds UC San Diego School of Medicine released PTSD study A wide-ranging study has identified possible genetic links to an... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Brazilian strain of Zika virus can cause severe birth defectsare published in the May 11 online issue of Nature. The team, headed by Alysso
Brazilian strain of Zika virus can cause severe birth defects
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 days ago
are published in the May 11 online issue of Nature. The team, headed by Alysson R. Muotri, PhD, associate professor in the UC San Diego School of Medicine departments of Pediatrics and Cellular and Molecular Medicine, and co-corresponding senior... Read more
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KUSI News San Diego
UC San Diego School of Medicine released PTSD studystudy has identified possible genetic links to an increased risk of post-trauma
UC San Diego School of Medicine released PTSD study
KUSI News San Diego / Posted 15 days ago
study has identified possible genetic links to an increased risk of post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, the UC San Diego School of Medicine announced Wednesday. Scientists from UCSD, the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System... Read more
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KUSI News San Diego
Brush fire burns alongside Riverwalk Golf Course in Mission Valleyfor fallen Navy SEAL Charles Keating IV, who was killed in battle in Iraq, is e
Brush fire burns alongside Riverwalk Golf Course in Mission Valley
KUSI News San Diego / Posted 15 days ago
for fallen Navy SEAL Charles Keating IV, who was killed in battle in Iraq, is expected be held in Coronado on Thursday. UC San Diego School of Medicine released PTSD studyUC San Diego School of Medicine released PTSD study UC San Diego School... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
UCSD Study Links Higher PTSD Risk To GeneticsAbove: A U.S. Marine, May 24, 2010. Scientists from UC San Diego School of Med
UCSD Study Links Higher PTSD Risk To Genetics
KPBS San Diego / Posted 15 days ago
Above: A U.S. Marine, May 24, 2010. Scientists from UC San Diego School of Medicine, the Veterans Affairs San Diego Healthcare System and other institutions analyzed DNA samples from more than 13,000 U.S. soldiers and discovered two statistically... Read more
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PhysOrg
Modern family planning in Indiaor coercive with wives. The study's first author, Anita Raj, PhD, director of t
Modern family planning in India
PhysOrg / Posted 15 days ago
or coercive with wives. The study's first author, Anita Raj, PhD, director of the Center on Gender Equity and Health at UC San Diego School of Medicine, said it was the first study to show a significant impact on reducing risk for sexual... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Genetic variations that increase PKC alpha activity may influence development of Alzheimer's diseaseas drugs to treat cancer, but they didn't work," said co-senior author Alexandr
Genetic variations that increase PKC alpha activity may influence development of Alzheimer's disease
News-Medical-Net / Posted 15 days ago
as drugs to treat cancer, but they didn't work," said co-senior author Alexandra Newton, PhD, professor of pharmacology at UC San Diego School of Medicine. "Instead, we recently found that the opposite is true. PKC serves as the brakes to cell... Read more
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NBC San Diego
UCSD Makes New Zika DiscoveryNew research has uncovered more about the effects of the Zika virus on fetal br
UCSD Makes New Zika Discovery
NBC San Diego / Posted 17 days ago
New research has uncovered more about the effects of the Zika virus on fetal brain development. UC San Diego School of Medicine researchers have pinpointed one way in which the Zika virus impacts fetal brain growth. In a study released Friday,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study hints at new therapeutic approach to mitigate effects of prenatal Zika virus infectionvirus turns that very same defense mechanism against us," said senior author Ta
Study hints at new therapeutic approach to mitigate effects of prenatal Zika virus infection
News-Medical-Net / Posted 17 days ago
virus turns that very same defense mechanism against us," said senior author Tariq Rana, PhD, professor of pediatrics at UC San Diego School of Medicine. "By activating TLR3, the Zika virus blocks genes that tell stem cells to develop into the... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
UCSD Makes New Zika DiscoveryNew research has uncovered more about the effects of the Zika virus on fetal br
UCSD Makes New Zika Discovery
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 19 days ago
New research has uncovered more about the effects of the Zika virus on fetal brain development. UC San Diego School of Medicine researchers have pinpointed one way in which the Zika virus impacts fetal brain growth. In a study released Friday,... Read more
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NBC San Diego
UCSD Makes New Zika DiscoveryNew research has uncovered more about the effects of the Zika virus on fetal br
UCSD Makes New Zika Discovery
NBC San Diego / Posted 20 days ago
New research has uncovered more about the effects of the Zika virus on fetal brain development. UC San Diego School of Medicine researchers have pinpointed one way in which the Zika virus impacts fetal brain growth. In a study released Friday,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Study reveals glioblastoma subtypes tend to develop in different regions of the brainClark Chen, MD, PhD, senior author and vice-chair of research and academic deve
Study reveals glioblastoma subtypes tend to develop in different regions of the brain
News-Medical-Net / Posted 21 days ago
Clark Chen, MD, PhD, senior author and vice-chair of research and academic development in the Division of Neurosurgery at UC San Diego School of Medicine. "What remains unclear is how the exact, same mutation can give rise to different subtypes of... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
New studies look at PrEP for trans peopleand its Trans: Thrive program." Finally, the third team – with a $3.75 million
New studies look at PrEP for trans people
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 22 days ago
and its Trans: Thrive program." Finally, the third team – with a $3.75 million budget – is a collaboration between the UC San Diego School of Medicine, the Los Angeles LGBT Center, Family Health Centers of San Diego, the University of Southern... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New model can increase active surveillance for low-risk prostate cancer patientspercent to 82.6 percent among the very low-risk patients," said Gaylis, a volun
New model can increase active surveillance for low-risk prostate cancer patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
percent to 82.6 percent among the very low-risk patients," said Gaylis, a voluntary professor in the Division of Urology at UC San Diego School of Medicine. "Besides this approach, enhancing quality of care through established standardized processes... Read more
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PhysOrg
Fermentation festival leads to rapid response system at Center for Microbiome InnovationGut Project , the world's largest crowdsourced, crowdfunded science project, wh
Fermentation festival leads to rapid response system at Center for Microbiome Innovation
PhysOrg / Posted 30 days ago
Gut Project , the world's largest crowdsourced, crowdfunded science project, which is led by Knight and his team at UC San Diego School of Medicine. Besides providing a standardized, readily available mechanism for processing samples, the... Read more
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Psych Central
Smoking Cessation Drugs Are Safeand the two non-nicotine medications, bupropion and varenicline,” said Robert A
Smoking Cessation Drugs Are Safe
Psych Central / Posted 30 days ago
and the two non-nicotine medications, bupropion and varenicline,” said Robert Anthenelli, M.D., professor of psychiatry, at UC San Diego School of Medicine and first author of the study. Anthenelli said the so-called EAGLES study is important... Read more
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KUSI News San Diego
Chargers reach labor agreement for proposed stadiumSPARK studyUC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego
Chargers reach labor agreement for proposed stadium
KUSI News San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
SPARK studyUC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego School of Medicine will participate in an Autism study, the largest ever undertaken in the United States. UC... Read more
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KUSI News San Diego
Child in car involved in fatal Oceanside accidentSPARK studyUC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego
Child in car involved in fatal Oceanside accident
KUSI News San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
SPARK studyUC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego School of Medicine will participate in an Autism study, the largest ever undertaken in the United States. UC... Read more
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KUSI News San Diego
Congressional art competition looking for student to send to D.C.SPARK studyUC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego
Congressional art competition looking for student to send to D.C.
KUSI News San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
SPARK studyUC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego School of Medicine will participate in an Autism study, the largest ever undertaken in the United States. UC... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Researchers use highly accurate biomarker to measure aging in HIV infected patientsage, methylation across the entire genome changes," said co-corresponding autho
Researchers use highly accurate biomarker to measure aging in HIV infected patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted 1 months ago
age, methylation across the entire genome changes," said co-corresponding author Trey Ideker, PhD, professor of genetics in UC San Diego School of Medicine. "Some people call it entropy or genetic drift. Although we're not sure of the exact... Read more
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KUSI News San Diego
Gusty winds, warm temperatures expected for the weekendSPARK studyUC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego
Gusty winds, warm temperatures expected for the weekend
KUSI News San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
SPARK studyUC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study UC San Diego School of Medicine will participate in an Autism study, the largest ever undertaken in the United States. UC... Read more
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KUSI News San Diego
UC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK studySPARK study UC San Diego School of Medicine will participate in an Autism st
UC San Diego to participate in nationwide SPARK study
KUSI News San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
SPARK study UC San Diego School of Medicine will participate in an Autism study, the largest ever undertaken in the United States. UC... Read more
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Channel 8 San Diego
UCSD to be part of huge autism studyLA JOLLA (CNS) - The UC San Diego School of Medicine announced Thursday that it
UCSD to be part of huge autism study
Channel 8 San Diego / Posted 1 months ago
LA JOLLA (CNS) - The UC San Diego School of Medicine announced Thursday that it will be part of an effort to collect DNA samples from 50,000 autism patients aged 3 to 100, in what is being touted as the largest study of the disorder ever undertaken... Read more
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