GloCal Fellowship promotes global health research, builds research capacity

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GloCal Health Fellowship promotes global health research, builds research capacity

Learn how the GloCal Health Fellowship is building capacity within partner countries, promoting research that has a broad impact, and building a pipeline of researchers for the University of California system.

HIV vaccine enters human efficacy trials

The HIV mosaic vaccine was originally designed at Los Alamos National Laboratory using a machine learning algorithm designed by Bette Korber and her team.

UCSC alumna’s film about Syrian women refugees to have world premiere at film festival

We Are Not Princesses, the first feature film by UC Santa Cruz alumna Bridgette Auger (’11).

Food for thought: The Tsimane Health and Life History Project at UC Santa Barbara

Two indigenous populations offer a glimpse into how diet — and western eating habits — impact health and wellbeing

Machine learning identifies antibiotic resistance genes in tuberculosis-causing bacteria

UC San Diego researchers have trained a machine learning algorithm to identify and predict which genes make infectious bacteria resistant to antibiotics. 

UC grad students picked to help Global Food Initiative

The student, from UC Berkeley and UC Davis, will work on research for improved food security and agricultural sustainability.

Bay Area organizations introduce Bay Area Global Health Alliance

UC Berkeley, UC Davis, Stanford and UCSF are among founding partners of the Alliance.

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