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Study of African society inspires broad thinking about human paternity, fidelity
Three of Top 10 Autism Studies of 2019 come from UC Davis MIND Institute
Another record year of research funding for UC Davis School of Medicine
UC Firearm Violence Research Center is accepting proposals for firearm research
Keck Foundation grant will help scientists see small proteins
Community Conversations Science Café to explore early detection of lung cancer
Medicaid expansion associated with fewer total opioid overdose deaths across U.S
Survey finds public support for two California firearm policy proposals
Automated quitline referrals help patients give up tobacco
Radiology professor awarded “Trailblazer” grant for hybrid imaging research
UC Davis Health researchers join search for chlamydia vaccines
Dean Allison Brashear praises clinical trials program, wants to include more patients
Central Valley workplaces can be hostile for minority doctors
Study identifies 5 patterns of gun ownership by motivation, practices, other features
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Blood flow screening to improve detection of critical congenital heart defects in newborns
UC Davis awarded new CRISPR grant to test novel approach to cancer treatment
Handgun purchasers with a prior DUI have a greater risk for serious violence, study finds
Web tool prioritizes health risks for postmenopausal women
All of Us Research Program enrolls more than 200,000 core participants nationwide
UC Davis invests $4 Million to launch new research centers
Prestigious scholarship recognizes medical student’s activism
Medical imaging rates continue to rise despite push to reduce them
Probiotic Use Can Lead to Major Economic and Health Savings Related to Flu-like Illnesses
Mapping brain landscape for Alzheimer’s disease using artificial intelligence
Med student focusing on gut biome awarded 2019 O’Connor research grant
Less-invasive procedures as good as open surgery in restoring leg blood flow, avoiding amputation
Exploring Human Origins in Uncharted Territory of Our Chromosomes
Two UC Davis studies assess health effects of Camp Fire
Worrisome increase in some medical scans during pregnancy
Snagging ‘job of year’
Q&A with stem cell expert Jan Nolta
Skin condition affects patients inside and out
Luis Carvajal-Carmona named basic science leader at Cancer Center
National Eye Institute director and vision scientist to join UC Davis