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Forest Rohwer
Continuing Along the Path toward Excellence
Now a year old, SDSU's Areas of Excellence are conducting cutting-edge research and bringing in talented new faculty.
The front of Hepner Hall
New Directors for Health and Human Services
The three directors have a total of 65 years of experience at San Diego State University.
Wildlife on Highway 67
Tracking Wildlife on the Not-So-Lonely Road
Megan Jennings braves raucous traffic and rattlesnakes to learn where and how animals cross busy Highway 67 in eastern San Diego County.
Some of Müller
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.
Yan Wei Lim, an SDSU graduate student and author on the paper.
Sequencing at Sea
Scientists at SDSU overcame equipment failure, space constraints and shark-infested waters to sequence DNA in the middle of the Pacific.
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.
Forest Rohwer and researchers in the arctic
Most Influential Scientific Minds
Two SDSU researchers were identified as some of the “World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds” by Thomson Reuters.
Student examines pteri dish
A Step Up
Early funding can be career-changing for young researchers.
On the left is a coral-covered reef. On the right is one dominated by algae.
Rethinking the Reef
In a new study, an SDSU biologist dove deep into how algal and coral cover affect the microscopic life that call the reef home.
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