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      Designer DNA Drugs with Don Cleveland - On Our Mind


      Can we turn off the genes responsible for neurodegenerative diseases? Designer DNA drugs are making this possible. By identifying and targeting the genes that drive disease, scientists are moving closer to treatments for ALS, Huntington's disease, and more. Don W. Cleveland, PhD, Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, UC San Diego joins William Mobley, MD, PhD to talk about how these drugs work and how they will impact patient care. Series: "On Our Mind" [Show ID: 32505]


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      14m
       2017-10-10

      Charles McPherson Ensemble - UC San Diego Jazz Camp 2017


      Saxophonist Charles McPherson leads a group of UC San Diego Jazz Camp students in a performance of standards and new works. Series: "UC San Diego Jazz Camp" [Show ID: 32770]


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      20m
       2017-10-10

      Rob Thorsen Ensemble - UC San Diego Jazz Camp 2017


      Bassist Rob Thorsen leads a group of UC San Diego Jazz Camp students in a performance of standards and new works. Series: "UC San Diego Jazz Camp" [Show ID: 32767]


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      20m
       2017-10-10

      Gilbert Castellanos Ensemble - UC San Diego Jazz Camp 2017


      Trumpeter Gilbert Castellanos leads a group of UC San Diego Jazz Camp students in a performance of standards and new works. Series: "UC San Diego Jazz Camp" [Show ID: 32765]


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      22m
       2017-10-10

      Late-life Depression and Bereavement - Research on Aging


      Depression in older adults is under-recognized and under-treated. Sidney Zisook, MD shares the warning signs - with some surprising information about how physical symptoms can often be a key in diagnosis. He also discusses bereavement and what can be done when grief becomes acute and prolonged. Series: "Stein Institute for Research on Aging" [Professional Medical Education] [Show ID: 32676]


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      1h27m
       2017-10-10

      Holly Hofmann Ensemble - UC San Diego Jazz Camp 2017


      Flutist Holly Hofmann leads a group of UC San Diego Jazz Camp students in a performance of standards and new works. Series: "UC San Diego Jazz Camp" [Show ID: 32766]


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      21m
       2017-10-10

      The (Uncertain) Future of Women's Reproductive Health Care


      A panel of experts in health policy and women's health programs discuss how maternal and child health care, family planning and reproductive health services may be affected by potential changes coming out of Washington—both through the American Health Care Act (AHCA) and administrative actions. Series: "Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies" [Show ID: 32817]


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      1h4m
       2017-10-10

      Hugh Ragin Ensemble - UC San Diego Jazz Camp 2017


      Trumpeter Hugh Ragin leads a group of UC San Diego Jazz Camp students in a performance of standards and new works. Series: "UC San Diego Jazz Camp" [Show ID: 32768]


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      22m
       2017-10-10

      Ocean Acidification and Other Stories – Overcoming Climate Anxiety at a Time of Global Crisis


      Seven and a half billion humans are changing the way we relate to the oceans. In this fast-changing world, marine animals and plants must adapt fast to a warmer and corrosive environment as ocean acidification, pollution and deoxygenation continue. This global crisis is causing humans to be anxious about the safety of our oceans for recreation and as a source of food. Debora Iglesias-Rodriguez discusses how humans can contribute to ameliorate current ocean problems and eventually return the...


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      29m
       2017-10-10

      The Power of Public Investment: Improving Our Economy Our Climate and Our Future with John Chiang State Treasurer of California


      It’s not often that the California State Treasurer makes national news, but that’s exactly what happened when John Chiang suspended ties with Wells Fargo last year over the bank’s creation of some two million fraudulent accounts. With its $75 billion portfolio, Chiang describes how California sets the example for holding partners to high ethical standards and for public investing in policies that lead to better lives for its residents, reductions in income inequality, and effective respo...


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      55m
       2017-10-10