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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2022

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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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UC Berkeley was ranked the fourth-best global university by the U.S. News & World Report for 2022, defending its place among other top universities.
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UC Berkeley was ranked the fourth-best global university by the U.S. News & World Report for 2022, defending its place among other top universities.
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Multiple experts from different health care fields met Tuesday to discuss research on telehealth and other digital health solutions and their implications for increasing equity in health.
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Multiple experts from different health care fields met Tuesday to discuss research on telehealth and other digital health solutions and their implications for increasing equity in health.
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Researchers looked at 274 unique brain scans to develop a new method to diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease, the leading cause of dementia, in live patients.
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Researchers looked at 274 unique brain scans to develop a new method to diagnose Alzheimer’s Disease, the leading cause of dementia, in live patients.
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Deemed by his granddaughter Leia Tyrrell as the “most amazing man ever to have lived,” Elmer Grossman, a pediatrician at Berkeley Pediatrics, died Aug. 15 at the age of 91.
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Deemed by his granddaughter Leia Tyrrell as the “most amazing man ever to have lived,” Elmer Grossman, a pediatrician at Berkeley Pediatrics, died Aug. 15 at the age of 91.
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Dr. Michael Drake will be the next president of the UC system — the first person of color and the first Black person to hold the position.
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Dr. Michael Drake will be the next president of the UC system — the first person of color and the first Black person to hold the position.
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After decades of impact on his family, his community and the field of public health and environmental sciences, Dr. Kirk Smith died in Berkeley on Monday at the age of 73.
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After decades of impact on his family, his community and the field of public health and environmental sciences, Dr. Kirk Smith died in Berkeley on Monday at the age of 73.
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SF Food Friends is a platform created by four UC Berkeley students that matches vulnerable people with low-risk individuals who will deliver their groceries, prescriptions and meals.
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SF Food Friends is a platform created by four UC Berkeley students that matches vulnerable people with low-risk individuals who will deliver their groceries, prescriptions and meals.
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A group of campus and UCSF researchers created a computer algorithm to detect acute hemorrhages in CT scans.
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A group of campus and UCSF researchers created a computer algorithm to detect acute hemorrhages in CT scans.
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They voted to form an AFT council specific to the University of California, creating the University Council-AFT, which currently represents more than 3,300 librarians and non-Academic Senate faculty members such as lecturers, has staff on all 10 UC campuses and continues to enter into regular negotiations with the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, over salaries, job security, job roles and more.
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They voted to form an AFT council specific to the University of California, creating the University Council-AFT, which currently represents more than 3,300 librarians and non-Academic Senate faculty members such as lecturers, has staff on all 10 UC campuses and continues to enter into regular negotiations with the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, over salaries, job security, job roles and more.
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