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The Future of Medicine in the Palm of Your Hand
In the running for a $10 million prize, SDSU's X-Team debuts a prototype of a futuristic diagnostic device.
Brazilian President Lula da Silva with crowd of people
Stars Offer Incentive to Quit
SDSU research finds people are more likely to want to quit smoking when celebrities with cancer make headlines.
Karen May-Newman working in a lab
An Engineer in the Operating Room
Karen May-Newman is improving devices that help unhealthy hearts keep pumping.
Ming-Hsiang Tsou shows results on his computer
Hashtag Health
SDSU geography professor Ming-Hsiang Tsou's method of using Twitter to track the spread of influenza is producing results.
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Lecture Explores Public Health and Human Rights
Eric Stover, a leading expert on war, law and public health will speak at SDSU.
Mark Sussman, a distinguished professor of biology at SDSU, and one of his student researchers.
SDSU Receives $8.5M for Heart Research
Led by Mark Sussman, researchers are using stem cells to develop new heart treatments.
Nursing Program Grows with $1M Grant
SDSU Imperial Valley received $1 million to support diverse nursing students.
Fruit Flies Give Insight into Human Health
Sanford Bernstein leads a research team to unlock new treatments for human muscle and cardiac diseases.
Aarti Nair
A Deep Brain Disorder
An SDSU research team has discovered that autism in children affects not only social abilities, but also a broad range of sensory and motor skills.
Tom Novotny speaks about his research at TEDx in Spain.
From a Clean Campus to a Healthier Globe
SDSU Professor Tom Novotny is making strides in tobacco disease research and the promotion of global health diplomacy.
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