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  April 14th, 2015

Unearthing New Antivirals

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Michael Price)

Over the past several years, the researchers, led by SDSU biologist Roland Wolkowicz, have been developing cell-based platforms that can be used to monitor the biomolecular activity of viruses inside their host cells. Based on a platform previously created for HIV, Wolkowicz, together with his team, built a new platform for dengue virus.

  April 13th, 2015

SDSU Uses Terascala-Powered HPC Storage Appliance to Study the DNA of Viruses and Bacteria

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Staff)

"To break this bottleneck, we purchased a Terascala-powered HPC storage appliance that balances our storage requirements with our computational infrastructure. --Christopher Paolini, staff scientist at San Diego State University"

  April 8th, 2015

Brain Connections in Autism

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Michael Price)

Hoping that advances in brain imaging technology would reveal new insights, Müller, working with the study's first author Amanda Khan, looked back to the cerebellum for their study. Khan is a former master's student at SDSU and now a doctoral candidate at Suffolk University in Boston.

  April 5th, 2015

Ed Riley Receives Starfish Award

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Staff)

Dr. Ed Riley (psychology) was the recipient of this prestigious award which is presented at the International Conference on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). There were about 1500 people in attendance, from members of the Canadian Parliament to FASD-affected individual.

  April 3rd, 2015

Uprooting Math Anxiety

universe@mail.sdsu.edu (Michael Price)

"It's really sad to hear kids and even adults say, 'I'm not good at math,'" said Melissa Soto, assistant professor of mathematics education at San Diego State University. "Kids start off excited about math, but by the third or fourth grade, they get more timid about it."

  April 2nd, 2015

Medical expenses: Finding your way with a Patient Navigator

huffingtonpost.com/ (Matthew Perrone)

Driven by an increasing number of baby boomers dealing with chronic medical problems, the field has mainly taken shape in the last 5 to 10 years, according to Professor Theresa Cronan of San Diego State University.


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