The pandemic changed these researchers’ methods and it showed them what works and what doesn’t during a global emergency
With the risks of drug development prohibitive, repurposed or repositioned medicines appear the best hope against long-COVID, a condition that still raises many unanswered questions.
Scientists are only just discovering the enormous impact of our gut health – and how it could hold the key to everything from tackling obesity to overcoming anxiety and boosting immunity
You want to eat healthy. You need to save cash. Can you have it both ways?
UC San Diego and community collaborators receive $3 million grant to develop more community-centered, precision approaches to reducing adverse childhood events that lead to obesity, a nationwide problem
Semiparametric Statistical Solutions – Developing a Novel Approach to Analyzing Beta-diversity Using Functional Response Models
The proliferation of microbiome research over the past several years has spawned nearly as many questions as it has answered and revealed myriad new frontiers to analyze and understand. One of the most intriguing fields of study is the link between the human microbiome and the pathogenesis of diseases, including diabetes, liver disease, and cancer.…
Refining Research Reproducibility: Understanding the Utility of Stability Criteria in Choosing Feature Selection Methods
Microbiome research’s emergence as a burgeoning field has yielded an ever-increasing availability of data sets to study. While the massive amounts of data have presented the opportunity for a variety of novel studies, their intrinsic nature of being high-dimensional, undetermined, sparse, and compositional has also caused challenges. This explosion of data, both in volume and…
If you’re a student or a faculty member who spends any time on the University of California, San Diego campus, you may know a lot more about what’s in your pee and poop—and that of your colleagues—than you might care to admit.
Topics include causes of miscarriage, preterm birth issues, preeclampsia and developmental origins of health and disease
Gene expression patterns associated with pandemic viral infections provide a map to help define patients’ immune responses, measure disease severity, predict outcomes and test therapies — for current and future pandemics