Research and Collaborations

Center Research Activities

The Center is currently supporting a number of research projects relevant to integrative health and medicine. These are:

Center Research Collaborations


Through these projects, the Center is working with the following institutions


Center Research Committee

 

The Center is supported by clinicians and researchers dedicated to advancing integrative health research at UCSD and beyond. Within UC San Diego, for several decades numerous researchers have been independently performing integrative health investigations across departments and schools. The Center functions to bring UC San Diego integrative health investigators together in order to forge collaborations across different departments and institutes to expand the breadth of research outcomes in integrative health, such as epigenetics, fMRI, neuroimmune, microbiome, and electrophysiology.

The Center is supported by a Research Committee comprised of the individuals listed below, from UC San Diego and surrounding institutions:

  • Dan Vicario, MD,
UC San Diego / San Diego Cancer Research Institute
  • Eric Groessl, PHD,
UC San Diego / VASDHS
  • Rusty Kallenberg, MD,
UC San Diego / Center for Integrative Medicine
  • Laura Redwine, PhD
UC San Diego / VASDHS
  • Paul J. Mills, PhD
UC San Diego
  • Shah Golshan, PhD
UC San Diego /VASDHS
  • Shamini Jain, PhD
UC San Diego
  • Samm Hurst, PhD
UC San Diego
  • Thomas Rutledge, PhD,
UC San Diego / VASDHS
  • Jeffrey Millegan, MD, MPH
Naval San Diego Medical Center
  • Beatrice Golumb, MD
UC San Diego
  • Stacy Gomes, PhD
Pacific College of Oriental Medicine
  • Jill Borman, PhD
VASDHS
  • Pam Taub, MD
UC San Diego
  • Hollis King, DO
UC San Diego
  • Lori Montross, PhD.
UC San Diego / Moores Cancer Center
  • Thomas Liu, PhD
UC San Diego / Center for Functional MRI
  • Ryan Bradley, ND
UC San Diego / National College of Natural Medicine

Bringing researchers together that have common interests from different departments and scientific backgrounds supports increased collegial interaction and leads to greater breadth of research in integrative health