UC Merced public health Professor Maria-Elena De Trinidad Young has been awarded an R01 grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The $3 million grant will fund Young's ambitious, five-year research project to understand how immigration policy influences health care access and the... Read More
Three UC Merced researchers have recently received the prestigious Hellman Fellowship: Computer science and engineering Professor Shijia Pan, economics Professor Briana Ballis and environmental engineering Professor Xuan Zhang have all been named Hellman Fellows.
Adriana Espinosa is a first-generation college student, a Public Health Major, with a Psychology Minor. Adriana is currently a research assistant in the Bradman Lab. Adriana loves learning and enjoys interacting with people at UC Merced. She enjoys the hands-on experience the lab... Click Here to Read More