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Sunday, October 25, 2020

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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
College of Sciences Dean Jeff Roberts (Photo credit: Eric Ackerman)
Jeff Roberts: Laser Focused on Research
A 1934 dry cleaning shop in International Falls, Minn.
Mapping Out a Decades-Old Environmental Threat
SDSU is one of 32 institutions to receive an NIH award through the RADx-UP initiative.
SDSU Embarks on $5M COVID-19 Testing Effort to Curb Disparities
Bio I-Corps, a spinoff of the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps program, teaches researchers how to develop innovations based on federally funded research.
Fostering Inclusive Innovation
An SDSU TB researcher is concerned that COVID-19 could activate latent tuberculosis or TB in people who may not be aware they have it.
COVID-19 Could Activate Latent Tuberculosis
Megan Monsanto, a recent doctoral candidate, worked in SDSU Heart Institute principal investigator Mark Sussman
To Repair a Damaged Heart, Three Cells are Better Than One
Eighty highly accomplished masters and doctoral students received a total of $1.5 million in fellowships from SDSU Graduate and Research Affairs for the 2020-21 academic year.
$1.5 Million in Research Stipends for High Achieving Masters and Doctoral Students
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Hydroponic Strawberries, Ancestry and Immersive Theater
Dwayne Roach
New Guidelines for Phage Preparation Can Accelerate Lifesaving Treatment
Hala Madanat
SDSU Interim Vice President for Research Named