Who are some of the women who inspire LeShelle May? Amid Women’s History Month, she talks in the video above about some of the Aggies she admires.
Alum ‘Reclaiming’ her life
Megan Bull ’18 joined the student-run Generation Aggie podcast to discuss her work in pharmaceutical research as well as the Reclaim Foundation, which seeks to help trauma survivors “reclaim their lives.” Listen to her conversation with host Julliet Hill, a senior communication major, to learn more about the trauma she survived and what she has done to find her own new normal.
Possible implications for arrhythmia risk in women
As we approach #InternationalWomensDay, we want to share incredible female-led research. Researchers Crystal Ripplinger and Jessica Caldwell led a new study in mice that found female and male hearts respond differently to “fight or flight” stress hormone. https://t.co/ORLx0muLKy pic.twitter.com/E8kHPGQYKI— UC Davis Health (@UCDavisHealth) March 6, 2023
Basketball team in postseason play
And we're off to Henderson ✈️— UC Davis Women’s Basketball (@ucdaviswbb) March 7, 2023
Postseason play starts 𝗧𝗢𝗠𝗢𝗥𝗥𝗢𝗪⏩#GoAgs https://t.co/Fx1S77G1xO
Are diseases jumping to humans more quickly now?
UC Davis research was featured on PBS NewsHour last week, highlighting the work of Brian Bird, the director of the One Health Institute Laboratory and associate adjunct professor of emerging and zoonotic diseases in the School of Veterinary Medicine. He’s trying to determine whether climate change is increasing the speed of disease jumping from animals to humans.
Watch the full segment above, or visit PBS’ website to read a transcript.
Cody Kitaura is a News and Media Relations Specialist in the Office of Strategic Communications, and can be reached by email or at 530-752-1932.