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Physical Therapy Doctorate Launches
The new doctoral program responds to a country-wide shortage of physical therapists.
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Public Health Lecture Oct. 11
The need for social justice to advance public health will be the focus of a national expert’s Oct. 11 presentation on campus.
Greg Talavera, M.D.
A Prescription for Healthy Families
Greg Talavera leads one of the largest and most comprehensive studies of Latino health.
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Focus on Strategy for Long-Term Success
All-University Convocation also included the presentation of Awards for Outstanding Faculty Contributions to the university, more commonly known as Montys.
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New Faculty Welcomed
Five new faculty and directors join the SDSU family for fall 2012.
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Rejuvenating Aged Hearts
SDSU Heart Institute researchers successfully rejuvenated damaged and aged heart tissue with modified stem cells.
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13 Game-Changers for SDSU
The Campaign for SDSU has raised nearly $320 million.
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HIV, Hearing Loss Connected
SDSU research found children exposed to HIV in the womb are at increased risk for hearing loss.
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Painting a Brighter Future
Incoming SDSU student Jesus Montoya has overcome a number of obstacles to become a talented painter.
SDSU researcher Sarah Mattson
Prenatal Alcohol Exposure Examined
Findings by SDSU researchers will likely improve diagnosis, treatment and treatment strategies of prenatal alcohol exposed children.
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