Liu Explores How Discrimination and Stress Impact Mental Health in Understudied Populations

Cindy Liu, PhD, of the Department of Psychiatry and the Department of Pediatric Newborn Medicine, is a leading figure in Asian American mental health research and currently studies mental health disparities and cultural differences during socioemotional development.


Cooper Pursues a Path for Surgery and Public Health

Zara Cooper, MD, an acute care surgeon, trauma surgeon and surgical intensivist, and a full professor of Surgery, leads a team at the Center for Surgery and Public Health focused on advancing the science of surgery to improve public health


Look Who’s Talking: Faculty and Staff Share Their Summer Reading List

Our community reflects on their top book picks of the season.

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What’s New in Research: July/August 2022

Vitamin D and fractures; barcoding cancer cells; DVT differences; treatment for a rare renal cancer; T cells predict response to immunotherapy; microbial link between diet and colorectal cancer; pancreas cell type-specific activities of IL18

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What’s New in Research: September 2022

Physician-nurse collaboration; vitamin D and frailty; a step toward growing human kidneys in the lab; anti-coagulation treatment for COVID-19 patients; results from FOURIER-OLE; molecule for corneal differentiation