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Lee Riley, UC Berkeley School of Public Health professor and chair of the infectious disease and vaccinology division, died at age 73 on Oct. 19. 
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Lee Riley, UC Berkeley School of Public Health professor and chair of the infectious disease and vaccinology division, died at age 73 on Oct. 19. 
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Researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health have received a grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health, for HIV research and prevention in Zimbabwe. 
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Researchers from the UC Berkeley School of Public Health have received a grant from the U.S. National Institutes of Health, for HIV research and prevention in Zimbabwe. 
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Researchers at UC Berkeley, Irvine and San Francisco have been awarded $4.7 million over five years to evaluate a project that supports the mental health needs of Latino patients with limited English proficiency.
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Researchers at UC Berkeley, Irvine and San Francisco have been awarded $4.7 million over five years to evaluate a project that supports the mental health needs of Latino patients with limited English proficiency.
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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, filed a formal complaint with the US Department of Agriculture on May 12, urging the department to investigate possible violations of the federal Animal Welfare Act in UC Berkeley laboratories. 
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People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, filed a formal complaint with the US Department of Agriculture on May 12, urging the department to investigate possible violations of the federal Animal Welfare Act in UC Berkeley laboratories. 
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In multiple meetings Wednesday, the UC Board of Regents discussed finances, accommodations and new initiatives, among other topics.
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In multiple meetings Wednesday, the UC Board of Regents discussed finances, accommodations and new initiatives, among other topics.
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For the first time ever, a large number of researchers ー including several from UC Berkeley ー have unveiled an “atlas” of brain cells, the outcome of five years of work culminating in the release of 17 studies on Wednesday.
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For the first time ever, a large number of researchers ー including several from UC Berkeley ー have unveiled an “atlas” of brain cells, the outcome of five years of work culminating in the release of 17 studies on Wednesday.
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UC Berkeley has received more than $1 billion in funding for research and other sponsored projects in the past fiscal year.
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UC Berkeley has received more than $1 billion in funding for research and other sponsored projects in the past fiscal year.
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The National Institutes of Health, or NIH, distributed a five-year grant to researchers from UC Santa Cruz, UC Berkeley and Stanford University who are collaborating on a project that will focus on aging in the brain.
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The National Institutes of Health, or NIH, distributed a five-year grant to researchers from UC Santa Cruz, UC Berkeley and Stanford University who are collaborating on a project that will focus on aging in the brain.
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About two years ago, Cassondra Marshall, UC Berkeley campus assistant professor of public health, began her application for the National Institutes of Health Mentored Research Scientist Career Development Award. Marshall said winning the award May 8 is only the beginning of her journey in research for reproductive health equity.
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About two years ago, Cassondra Marshall, UC Berkeley campus assistant professor of public health, began her application for the National Institutes of Health Mentored Research Scientist Career Development Award. Marshall said winning the award May 8 is only the beginning of her journey in research for reproductive health equity.
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When the pandemic hit, UC Berkeley researchers rose in legions to respond to the crisis by studying the virus and its impacts in their areas of expertise.
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When the pandemic hit, UC Berkeley researchers rose in legions to respond to the crisis by studying the virus and its impacts in their areas of expertise.
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