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TB researcher Faramarz Valafar and his team have discovered what causes the TB bacterium to become resistant to antibiotics, which will help advance therapeutics and vaccine targets.
Solving a Mystery: How the TB Bacterium Develops Rapid Resistance to Antibiotics
SDSU researchers are investigating how the virus, social distancing and lockdowns have affected mental health and human behavior.
SDSU Faculty Address Mental Health during a Pandemic
The Research HUB offers six areas of collected data, including vulnerability maps and San Diego ZIP code maps.
Tackling COVID-19 in San Diego: SDSU Projects Address Vulnerable Communities
Maria-Isabel Rojas processes an environmental swab sample for SARS-CoV-2.
SDSU Researchers Confront COVID-19: Understanding the Virus
SDSU and UCSD researchers studied the risk of touching Halloween candy handled by COVID-19 positive people.
Halloween 2020: More Risk from Fellow Trick-or-Treaters than the Loot
Katie Dillon (center) with her mentor and clinical neuroscientist Harsimran Baweja (left) and SDSU President Adela de la Torre at a Campanile Foundation event.
Research Experience Ignites Passion for Teaching in Kinesiology Grad
The public
Public Trust in Science on the Rise during COVID-19 Pandemic
U.S.-Mexico Border
Searching for Innovative Solutions in the Region We Share
Ener Arvizu-Muñoz with a ventilator exhalation valve he designed. Arvizu-Muñoz is a part of engineering professor Kevin Wood
SDSU Faculty Lead Collaborative COVID-19 Research Efforts: Health Care
Jessica Embury
Real-time COVID-19 Research Offers “Fuller, More Immersive Student Experience”
Recent biology graduate Milagrosa
For this Recent Grad, Roots in STEM and Growth in a Lab
Lessons learned from studying tweets during the 2017 Hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego can be applied to the current COVID-19 pandemic to correct health misinformation.
What San Diego’s Hepatitis A Outbreak Can Teach Us During COVID-19