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If we can build living tissue whose form is patterned off natural organs, will it have the same function? Jordan Miller, PhD discusses the design space of engineered living tissues and the challenges presented. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 37581]Bởi UCTV: UC San Diego
 
In this excerpt from Music is Always Subject to Change, the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus transforms the traditional orchestra to feature small ensembles and to highlight their core of talented musicians. La Jolla Symphony Winds presents Mozart: Serenade for Winds in C-Minor; K388. Series: "La Jolla Symphony & Chorus" [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 37742]…
 
Using a global collaboration established to find antibodies to fight Ebola, scientists have joined together to discover treatments for COVID-19. Erica Ollmann Saphire, Phd, of the La Jolla Institute for Immunology, shares how this collaboration, known as CoVIC, furthers science and public health while creating a template for rapid discovery. Series…
 
What are the obstacles that stand between us and engineering functional lungs? Laura Niklason, MD, PhD outline the promises and challenges of lung regeneration. She details current studies that may unveil a roadmap for building functional lung aveolus. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 37580]…
 
UCSF examines institutional racism following the death of George Floyd and explores what's needed to foster change. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Public Affairs] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 37577]Bởi UCTV: UC San Francisco
 
Leading theater artists experiment with cutting-edge multimedia aesthetics to create "Pia's Wonderous Adventures in Tlaxlandia" - a new work deeply connected to the contemporary Chicanx experience. Series: "Mi Universidad " [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 37370]Bởi UCTV: UC San Diego
 
Founded in 2006 by the UCSF Department of Orthopedic Surgery faculty and residents, the Institute for Global Orthopaedics and Traumatology (IGOT) is recognized as one of the leading academic and global outreach initiatives in the field of orthopaedic trauma. IGOT empowers through education, engaging a sustainable academic-to-academic partnership mo…
 
In this excerpt from Music is Always Subject to Change, the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus transforms the traditional orchestra to feature small ensembles and to highlight their core of talented musicians. La Jolla Symphony Brass presents Gabrieli: Canzoni in Echo. Series: "La Jolla Symphony & Chorus" [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 37740]…
 
Kids are not little adults and their pain should be treated through a pediatric pain management lens. Amber N. Borucki, MD, discusses what pain is, the historical perspective of pediatric pain, how to assess pain in children, treatment options and more. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 37517]…
 
In this excerpt from Music is Always Subject to Change, the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus transforms the traditional orchestra to feature small ensembles and to highlight their core of talented musicians. La Jolla Symphony Strings presents Barber: Adagio for Strings. Series: "La Jolla Symphony & Chorus" [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 37743]…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented changes in routines across the globe. For individuals with autism (ASD) changes in routine can have a direct impact on behavioral symptoms. Doris Trauner, MD examines the effect the pandemic has had on children with moderate to severe autism. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Confer…
 
In an excerpt from the virtual concert, Music is Always Subject to Change, the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus transforms the traditional orchestra to feature small ensembles and to highlight their core of talented musicians. La Jolla Symphony Brass presents William Byrd: The Earl of Oxford’s March. Series: "La Jolla Symphony & Chorus" [Arts and Music] …
 
Exercise is medicine. Cindy Chang, MD, shares physical activity guidelines, how to determine your own activity level using the "physical activity vital sign," and how primary care sports medicine physicians can help you reach your goals. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 37512]…
 
In this excerpt from Music is Always Subject to Change, the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus transforms the traditional orchestra to feature small ensembles and to highlight their core of talented musicians. La Jolla Symphony Strings presents Tchaikovsky: Serenade for Strings. Series: "La Jolla Symphony & Chorus" [Arts and Music] [Show ID: 37744]…
 
Constance Smith-Hicks, MD, PhD provides an overview of the sensory challenges in autism spectrum disorder and explains how the sensory system develops. Learn about the somatosensory system as well as current treatments. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show ID: 37653]…
 
Through the lens of the study and impact of aerosols, Vicki Grassian argues that collaboration, innovation, and implementation are the only way forward for successful science and a healthy society. She addresses the role of research institutions, traditional science boundaries, and the need for interdisciplinary work. Series: "Exploring Ethics" [Hu…
 
Lauren Santiesteban, MD, discusses basic hand anatomy and common hand injuries including trigger finger, ganglion cysts, hand arthritis, Palmar fibromatosis, and Dupuytren's contracture. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 37511]Bởi UCTV: UC San Francisco
 
How can the principles of precision medicine apply to autism? Elizabeth Torres, PhD, shares how it has shaped her research. She also explains the three contemporary revolutions in science that have impacted research - neuroscience, genomics, and wearables. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Science] …
 
Alpha Stem Cell Clinics is a network of clinics providing stem cell clinical trials to patients. Directors of these clinics throughout the state of California share what the future of these trials looks like, what the future holds for alpha clinics, funding for research, and patient impacts. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Scienc…
 
How should we educate the doctors our communities need? How can we assure that current and future healthcare disparities are addressed by the field of medicine? Catherine Lucey, MD, MACP examines the history of disparities in healthcare, how interpersonal and structural racism contribute to those disparities, and describes a path forward starting w…
 
Everyone has stubbed their toe or felt some pain after a busy day on their feet. How do you differentiate between day to day pains and when you should see a specialist? Lan Chen, MD, discusses common foot ailments including ankle sprains, plantar fasciitis, metatarsalgia, and achilles tendon injures and shares treatment options. Series: "Mini Medic…
 
How can employers and universities better support individuals with autism? A panel of experts including parents, employers, and researchers discusses the support programs that currently exist and what needs to change to make sure neurodiverse people are successful in the world of work and in post-secondary education. Series: "Autism Tree Project An…
 
Moderator Matt Ryan spoke with Maria Schrader about her film "I’m Your Man," which she directed and co-wrote and is now Germany’s submission for the international film category for the 2022 Academy Awards. The film focuses on Alma, a researcher who is chosen to test a humanoid robot named Tom, who is programmed to be the perfect partner for her. Sc…
 
Our healthcare system produces inadequate and inequitable health outcomes. Tung Nguyen, MD, shares the steps needed to change this including: creating inclusive, diverse, and equitable research teams to generate science that will benefit all; improving patient and community engagement; and creating structural changes in the research enterprise of t…
 
Pain is on the rise in adults. Heidi Reetz, MD, examines recent pain studies and what their impact are on the prevalence and trajectories of pain in the US. She shares how the principles of integrative medicine can be applied to pain management. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 37516]…
 
Destin Daniel Cretton, director and co-writer of Marvel’s Shang-Chi, answered questions about the film from moderator Matt Ryan. Cretton discussed a wide range of topics, including the casting of legendary actors Tony Leung and Michelle Yeoh, as well as the intense physical training and emotionally complex performances required of cast members Simu…
 
There are many resources for undocumented students attending college in California. Daniel Alfaro, program manager of Undocumented Student Services at UC San Diego, explains the support programs available to students, financial aid options and AB540, accessing immigration attorney services and more. Series: "Education Channel" [Education] [Show ID:…
 
Lawrence Poree, MD, MPH, PhD, discusses the intersection of neuromodulation, the COVID-19 pandemic, and the opioid crisis. Hear about techniques such as TMS to help alleviate pain and depressive symptoms. Series: "Mini Medical School for the Public" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 37515]Bởi UCTV: UC San Francisco
 
What options are there for people with treatment resistant depression? Zafiris "Jeff" Daskalakis, MD, PhD, explains magnetic seizure therapy (MST) including its cognitive outcomes and efficacy rates. Series: "Stein Institute for Research on Aging" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 37608]Bởi UCTV: UC San Diego
 
Finding the right college goes beyond picking a major. The campus philosophy, location, amenities, and student life can all play a part in your selection. UC San Diego admissions officers share what life is like at UCSD and how the college admissions process works. Hear about campus housing, student activities, academic support programs and more. S…
 
Join Secretary Janet Napolitano and Senator Mark Warner for a discussion about the risks and opportunities of emergent technologies for voting, political engagement, and more. Must innovation and security always be at odds? Is there a way to find a balance between the two? Tune in for a fascinating conversation between two national security experts…
 
In this virtual concert, the La Jolla Symphony & Chorus transforms the traditional orchestra to feature small ensembles and to highlight their core of talented musicians. This concert is in three sections, representing the various orchestral instrument families - brass, winds, and strings.La Jolla Symphony Brass:William Byrd: The Earl of Oxford’s M…
 
Sir Simon Baron-Cohen examines the changing nature of autism research and how it should become participatory and co-designed by the autistic community. He emphasizes the need for research and society to address neurodiversity and disability. He is joined by autism advocate Becca Lory Hector and special education advocate Michelle McGowan for an eng…
 
As the second anniversary of the start of the COVID-19 pandemic approaches, along with the specter of outbreaks during the winter season, the world continues to grapple with uncertainties of the pandemic. Join UC San Diego experts who describe how epidemic modeling and data-driven approaches led to the strategies behind UC San Diego’s Return to Lea…
 
Juan López Córdova and Lorena Cardenas came to San Diego from Jalisco. When their children showed interest in applying to college, they had lots of questions about the process. Gloria Corral of the Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE) sits down with Juan and Lorena as they reflect back on what they learned, how they found support, navigati…
 
Mushrooms play a crucial role in our natural ecosystem, they have been used medicinally by indigenous cultures for centuries, their nutritional value and hearty fiber make them an excellent meat substitute for chefs, and the mainstream medical community is evaluating psilocybin benefits in combating PTSD, anxiety, addiction, and other conditions. M…
 
Health equity requires transformational change. Kim Rhoads, MD, MS, MPH, explains how programs embedded in communities can help make that change. Alicia Fernández, MD, takes a look at how COVID-19 has revealed and enforced health disparities as well as how we can use what we have learned to reimagine our public health system. Series: "Mini Medical …
 
A panel consisting of UCSB faculty Lisa Parks, Jean Beaman, and France Winddance Twine discusses the sociological impacts of Netflix’s Lupin. Beaman and Twine dive into the show’s political relevance, handling of representation, and nuanced portrayal of Paris, all of which work to make the show such an effective critique of state power. Each guest …
 
Children develop math concepts and skills very early in life. Bianca Moreno of the UC San Diego Early Childhood Education Center shares ways to build math skills into your daily routine and help children develop confidence in their relationship with math. Series: "Education Channel" [Education] [Show ID: 37454]…
 
More than 20 years before the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education decision, a small Mexican community in Lemon Grove, California fought for and secured for their children the right to an equal education. Luis Alvarez, PhD, a professor of history at UC San Diego, grandson of the plaintiff in Roberto Alvarez vs. the Board of Trustees of the Lemon G…
 
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