ACAD
41.61
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AEMD
6.7
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APRI
1.692
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ARNA
4.46
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ATEC
1.39
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CNAT
5.145
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+0.685%
CRXM
0.354
-0.023
-6.0461%
CYTX
0.553
-0.007
-1.2321%
DXCM
79.55
+0.45
+0.57%
GNMK
9.21
+0.11
+1.21%
HALO
22.35
+1.11
+5.23%
ILMN
217.5
+3.52
+1.65%
INNV
0.116
-0.001
-0.429%
INO
7.92
-0.07
-0.88%
ISCO
0.046
+0.005
+11.2195%
ISIS
57.45
+1.4
+2.50%
LGND
101
+4.2
+4.34%
LPTN
0.23
-0.03
-11.47%
MBVX
2.35
+0.02
+0.86%
MEIP
1.71
+0.01
+0.59%
MNOV
4.01
+0.04
+1.01%
MRTX
31.61
+0.75
+2.43%
MSTX
0.48
+0.01
+2.1924%
NBIX
47.62
+1.81
+3.95%
NUVA
47.89
+0.29
+0.61%
ONCS
6.299
-0.121
-1.8816%
ONVO
3.779
+0.129
+3.5233%
OREX
4.805
+0.265
+5.837%
OTIC
22.23
+1.13
+5.36%
QDEL
23.04
+0.19
+0.83%
RCPT
184.5
+8.5
+4.83%
RGLS
10.64
+0.53
+5.24%
RMD
56.05
+0.61
+1.10%
SCIE
0.018
-0.001
-4.3716%
SPHS
0.785
-0.025
-3.086%
SRNE
17.13
+0.56
+3.38%
TROV
10.04
+0.81
+8.78%
VICL
0.691
-0.009
-1.2714%
ZGNX
1.64
+0.02
+1.23%
ACAD
41.61
+1.75
+4.39%
AEMD
6.7
+0.15
+2.29%
APRI
1.692
+0.022
+1.317%
ARNA
4.46
+0.16
+3.72%
ATEC
1.39
+0.01
+0.72%
CNAT
5.145
+0.035
+0.685%
CRXM
0.354
-0.023
-6.0461%
CYTX
0.553
-0.007
-1.2321%
DXCM
79.55
+0.45
+0.57%
GNMK
9.21
+0.11
+1.21%
HALO
22.35
+1.11
+5.23%
ILMN
217.5
+3.52
+1.65%
INNV
0.116
-0.001
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INO
7.92
-0.07
-0.88%
ISCO
0.046
+0.005
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ISIS
57.45
+1.4
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LGND
101
+4.2
+4.34%
LPTN
0.23
-0.03
-11.47%
MBVX
2.35
+0.02
+0.86%
MEIP
1.71
+0.01
+0.59%
MNOV
4.01
+0.04
+1.01%
MRTX
31.61
+0.75
+2.43%
MSTX
0.48
+0.01
+2.1924%
NBIX
47.62
+1.81
+3.95%
NUVA
47.89
+0.29
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ONCS
6.299
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ONVO
3.779
+0.129
+3.5233%
OREX
4.805
+0.265
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OTIC
22.23
+1.13
+5.36%
QDEL
23.04
+0.19
+0.83%
RCPT
184.5
+8.5
+4.83%
RGLS
10.64
+0.53
+5.24%
RMD
56.05
+0.61
+1.10%
SCIE
0.018
-0.001
-4.3716%
SPHS
0.785
-0.025
-3.086%
SRNE
17.13
+0.56
+3.38%
TROV
10.04
+0.81
+8.78%
VICL
0.691
-0.009
-1.2714%
ZGNX
1.64
+0.02
+1.23%
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Preuss Seniors Celebrate Success, Scholarships

June 23, 2015 – 12:08 pm

When The Preuss School UCSD Class of 2015 graduates this week, senior Diego Espinoza will have a lot to celebrate. Not only is Espinoza the class valedictorian, he is also going to Tufts University on a full-ride scholarship. His classmate and salutatorian Belen Hernandez will be celebrating as well—she is one of 21 Preuss students who will attend UC San Diego on a full ride through the Chancellor’s Associates Scholars Program.

2015 Commencement Series Ushers in Next Generation of Innovators and Trailblazers

June 18, 2015 – 6:00 am

According to UC San Diego alumnus J. Craig Venter, a world-renowned biochemist, geneticist and entrepreneur, medical research as we know it is at the dawn of a new era.

2015 Commencement Series Ushers in Next Generation of Innovators and Trailblazers

June 18, 2015 – 6:00 am

According to UC San Diego alumnus J. Craig Venter, a world-renowned biochemist, geneticist and entrepreneur, medical research as we know it is at the dawn of a new era.

$2 million Gift from Alumnus Supports Computer Science Undergraduate Engineering Education

June 11, 2015 – 6:00 am

A $2 million gift from a University of California, San Diego alumnus will provide critical support for undergraduate education in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. The funds will help recruit, ret…

$2 million Gift from Alumnus Supports Computer Science Undergraduate Engineering Education

June 11, 2015 – 6:00 am

A $2 million gift from a University of California, San Diego alumnus will provide critical support for undergraduate education in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. The funds will help recruit, ret…

Common Antibiotic May Be the Answer to Many Multidrug-Resistant Bacterial Infections

June 10, 2015 – 9:06 am

Researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences report that the common antibiotic azithromycin kills many multidrug-resistant bacteria very effectively — when tested under conditions that closely resemble the human body and its natural antimicrobial factors. The researchers believe the finding, published June 10 by EBioMedicine, could prompt an immediate review of the current standard of care for patients with certain so-called “superbug” infections.

Common Antibiotic May Be the Answer to Many Multidrug-Resistant Bacterial Infections

June 10, 2015 – 9:06 am

Researchers at University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences report that the common antibiotic azithromycin kills many multidrug-resistant bacteria very effectively — when tested under conditions that closely resemble the human body and its natural antimicrobial factors. The researchers believe the finding, published June 10 by EBioMedicine, could prompt an immediate review of the current standard of care for patients with certain so-called “superbug” infections.

Music Department Scores First Two Endowed Chairs for Distinguished Faculty

June 4, 2015 – 6:00 am

UC San Diego’s Department of Music, founded by composers over 40 years ago, spans the spectrum from classical to contemporary, including jazz, Hindustani, computer and experimental music. The Conrad Prebys Concert Hall, located in the heart of campus, is recognized as one of the greatest small concert halls in the world. The music department’s distinguished faculty have earned Pulitzer, Guggenheim, MacArthur and Grawemeyer awards. And, now, the department, under the Division of Arts and Humanities, also has key tools universities use in recruiting and retaining outstanding scholars: endowed faculty chairs.

‘The Big Bang Theory’s’ Mayim Bialik Shares Experiences as an Academic, Actor and STEM Advocate

June 4, 2015 – 6:00 am

She fell in love with the neuron during her first semester in college, and from there her passion for science took off with a bang. As a trained scientist, Mayim Bialik’s portrayal of neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler on the CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” comes naturally. The show is currently the top-rated comedic television series in the nation, and Bialik uses her celebrity to serve as a female role model and advocate for STEM education (science, technology, engineering and math), a cause she feel strongly about.

‘The Big Bang Theory’s’ Mayim Bialik Shares Experiences as an Academic, Actor and STEM Advocate

June 4, 2015 – 6:00 am

She fell in love with the neuron during her first semester in college, and from there her passion for science took off with a bang. As a trained scientist, Mayim Bialik’s portrayal of neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler on the CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” comes naturally. The show is currently the top-rated comedic television series in the nation, and Bialik uses her celebrity to serve as a female role model and advocate for STEM education (science, technology, engineering and math), a cause she feel strongly about.