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SDSU's Top 5 Grants from the Past Year
Researchers succeeded in winning highly competitive federal funding in fiscal year 2013-14.
A deletion at one end of chromosome 11 is responsible for the rare genetic disorder known as Jacobsen syndrome.
A Link Between Jacobsen Syndrome and Autism
SDSU psychologist Sarah Mattson was part of a study which found that symptoms of autism were common in people with Jacobsen syndrome.
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Are Three Brain Imaging Techniques Better than One?
New NIH grants will allow SDSU psychologist Ralph-Axel Müller to explore the autistic brain using fMRI, EEG, and MEG brain imaging technologies in tandem.
Cardiac progenitor cells (green) in mice were shown to be infected by coxsackie virus (red).
A Stem Cell Link Between Coxsackie Virus and Heart Disease?
A new study by SDSU biologists has found that coxsackie virus infects cardiac progenitor cells, potentially setting up infected hearts for early failure.
The virus, named crAssphage, has about 10 times as many base pairs of DNA as HIV.
Novel Virus Discovered in Half the World's Population
SDSU researchers identified a highly abundant virus that could play a major role in obesity, diabetes.
children participating in physical education
Making Schools Healthier Places
The SDSU SPARK programs have reached more than 4 million students and trained 100,000 teachers.
A coral reef
Cellular Self-Destruction
A new study finds that humans and corals share a key biomechanical pathway that tells cells when to die.
A doctor and patient
Sounds for Sore Ears
SDSU's audiology program is the only professional doctoral program of its kind in California.
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SDSU Students Sweep Social Innovation Prizes
Three teams won $22,500 in investor funding at the 2014 Social Innovation Challenge.
The rehab counseling program at graduation
Program Empowers Advocates
SDSU's Rehabilitation Counseling program teaches students to make a difference in the lives of disabled people.
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