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  May 25th, 2016

Climate and Disease: Why 1-2° Degrees Matters! (staff)

Although some of the consequences of climate change may take many decades before impacting humans, the small temperature changes caused by global warming have already altered the prevalence of many human diseases. Speaker: Dean Stanley Maloy

  May 11th, 2016

Could Flies Help Us Understand Brain Injuries? (Michael Price)

Given the prevalence of these injuries, it's surprising that the genes and cellular pathways that can blunt TBI's harmfulness are relatively unknown, said Kim Finley, associate professor at SDSU's Donald P. Shiley BioScience Center.

  May 10th, 2016

SDSU Students Present at CSU Research Competition (Jill Esterbrooks)

Brandonn Zamudio captured first place in the Behavioral and Social Sciences Session for undergraduates. He won a $500 prize for his presentation titled "Effects of Late Gestational Cannabinoid Exposure on Behavioral Development in Rats."

  May 6th, 2016

Paul Ganster Recognized for Lifetime Achievement (staff)

Paul Ganster, director of San Diego State University's Institute for Regional Studies of the Californias, was recognized by the Association of Borderlands Studies (ABS) with its Lifetime Achievement Award.

  May 6th, 2016

Meet the Plant Detective (Coleen L. Geraghty)

Simpson and his students and colleagues at San Diego State University are credited in the field for unearthing six new plant species and two new varieties and for "rediscovering" another species thought to be extinct.

  May 2nd, 2016

Ask an Aztec: Theodore Germanos (staff)

Theodore Germanos graduated from San Diego State University with a biology degree in 2011. He went on to attend Meharry Medical College and will be graduating with a medical degree and starting residency in June 2016.

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