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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.
The researchers believe their discovery could influence the prevention and treatment of infections.
New Immune System Discovered
A research team, led by Jeremy Barr, a biology post-doctoral fellow, unveils a new immune system that protects humans and animals from infection.
Research shows some non-smoking guest rooms in smoking hotels are as polluted with third hand smoke as are some smoking rooms.
Non-smokers Beware
A new study out of SDSU advises non-smokers to shun hotels operating partial smoking bans.
Quest for the best logo
Quest for the Best 2013
Each year, Student Affairs honors outstanding students and the faculty and staff who support them.
Professor Kelly Doran and Erin Fletcher in the Doran Lab
Harvard Beckons
For the second consecutive year, a student in Professor Kelly Doran's microbiology lab has been accepted to Harvard University.
For her outstanding contributions as a scientist, mentor and campus leader, Emmorey will present the 23rd Albert W. Johnson Research Lecture on Friday, March 15.
Deep in Thought
Karen Emmorey, a professor of speech, language and hearing sciences, is the 2013 Albert W. Johnson Research Lecturer.
Chris Glembotski, center, with students at the SDSU Heart Institute.
Heart Monitors
SDSU researchers work independently and collaboratively to find cures for heart disease.
SDSU researchers Jennifer Thomas, Sarah Mattson and Ed Riley
A Preventable Malady
Fetal alcohol syndrome researchers see hope for successful intervention and treatment.
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