In state-of-the-art laboratories, we bring together physician-scientists and collaborative partners to nurture a culture that sparks discovery and advances clinical care. Our researchers move between patient bedside and laboratory bench to understand pressing health care issues and translate findings into clinical trials and proven treatments.
UC San Diego Health is creating a healthier world, one life at a time, through award-winning academic medicine. Your investment in the UC San Diego Health Fund moves us closer to redefining how we diagnose, treat and cure disease in our community, our nation and our world.
UC San Diego plays a leading role in stem cell research, pioneering our understanding of the foundations of human development and disease. Your gift supports stem cell research under the direction of Alysson Muotri, Ph.D. and Sylvia Evans, Ph.D. in pursuit of cures and therapies for a wide range of diseases and disorders.
As part of the only academic health system in San Diego, the Sulpizio Cardiovascular Center is a hub of discovery and innovation. Your gift supports the Division of Cardiolgy with flexible funding that helps move the latest technologies, treatments and techniques in cardiac care from bench to bedside.
As we live longer healthier lives, the Center for Healthy Aging is applying new advances to improve our quality of life. Your gift enhances our efforts to prevent and reduce the burden of disability and disease in late life through innovative research and public education efforts.
Advances in ophthalmology research at UC San Diego mean better treatments of eye diseases and new, innovative approaches to eye health education. Your gift supports vital research breakthroughs that make strides toward brighter and better patient outcomes.
CARTA is a collaboration of UC San Diego, the Salk Institute for Biological Studies and other scientists worldwide focused on interdisciplinary research into human origins. Your gift supports CARTA symposia and the training of the new generation of transdisciplinary scholars in this subject.