Much has changed in UP over the past 100 years. From one campus in Manila, it now has eight constituent universities with 17 campuses all over the country; it has 258 undergraduate programs; and 438 graduate programs with students from almost every region in the country.
Pediatric medicine and telehealth experts from UC Davis, who are UP’s research collaborators for the CHED-PCARI HeLe project, pay a courtesy call to UP officials. Sitting, from left to right: UP Vice-President for Public Affairs Jose Y. Dalisay; UC Davis Center for Health and Technology Pediatric Telemedicine director and HeLe project co-investigator Dr. James P. Marcin; UP Executive Vice-President Teodoro Herbosa; UP Diliman Chancellor Michael Tan. Standing, from left to right: Philippine Biomedical Device Innovation Consortium (PBDIC) health analyst Dr. Lorraine Hermosura-Faeldon; UP PGH ENT and otorhinolaryngologist Dr. Patrick John P. Labra; UC Davis Health System Center for Health and Technology technical manager George Wu; UC Davis Pediatric Tele-Emergency Program pediatric telemedicine project manager Jamie L. Kissee; HeLe project research administrative assistant Allia Acosta; UC Davis Health System pediatric telemedicine research analyst Ilana Sigal; HeLe project program manager Dr. Rosario Ricalde; HeLe project co-principal investigator Dr. Luis Sison; Mr. Nathaniel Cruz of the UPD-EEEI. Photo by Jun Madrid, UP MPRO.