Thanks to a generous, $50 million joint gift from the Epstein Family Foundation to UC San Diego and the University of Southern California (USC), we are bringing our spirit of changemaking to catalyze new collaborations in Alzheimer’s disease research and to accelerate the search for treatments and a cure.
UC San Diego marks 40th anniversary of endowed chairs, empowering excellence through philanthropy For more than 60 years, UC San Diego has made its mark on the world through a legacy of innovative collaboration
At UC San Diego, our students are anything but ordinary. And we are committed to ensuring the next generation of changemakers has access to an education that will empower them to transform our world.
Dave Love has been an active athlete his entire life, running some 50 marathons and completing no fewer than 20 full Ironman Triathlons — including the Ironman World Championship in Kona, HI, seven times —
For Joan Levis, her daughter Chloe’s struggle with Crohn’s disease transformed her into a keen fundraiser, a researcher and an advocate for those with “hidden” chronic diseases that are not well understood by most people. It also inspired her to support leading-edge research in Crohn’s disease treatment taking place at UC San Diego, where Chloe’s seven-year battle with the disease finally changed course.
After a long career leading billion-dollar sales organizations for major media outlets including FOX Television and Discovery Communications, Bill McGowan was enjoying his retirement, splitting his time between New York City and La Jolla, when a diagnosis of esophageal cancer caught him by surprise.
Albin Leong, MD ’77, has lived quite the journey. He grew up in a small town near the coast of Oregon. With the passing of his father, his last surviving parent, during his senior year
On Sept. 9 a record-breaking Digital Day of Giving fundraiser was held by The Preuss School to support the dreams of its scholars. The charter middle and high school, located on the UC San Diego campus, serves low-income scholars who strive to become the first in their families to graduate from college.
People with chronic neurological conditions like multiple sclerosis (MS) understand how frustrating it can be to determine the best treatment strategy and plan for the future — sometimes even just to feel heard.
At UC San Diego, we have always known that our students depend on us for more than their education, but the current COVID-19 public health crisis demands that we rethink their scope of needs in