The discovery may help lead to a new understanding of mitochondria’s roles in aging, disease and medical complications, the UCLA researchers said.
For half a century, the center has been advocating for, and listening to, people in indigenous communities in Los Angeles and beyond.
When reviewers were subspeciality-trained, misclassification rates were the lowest.
Everyone in the campus community is advised to put safety first in determining whether or not to make today’s commute to UCLA.
As the nation heads into another contentious presidential campaign, what will drive voters’ choices?
James Gelvin, UCLA professor of modern Middle Eastern history, on the consequences of President Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from northern Syria.
UCLA-led research examined records dating to 1700s to discover how mangroves expand and retreat with climate cycles.
Study's authors urge educators and policymakers to address poverty, health and educational practices that undermine achievement and opportunity.
UCLA astronomer Bradley Hansen on how a giant exomoon hundreds of times the size of Earth might help astronomers find planets where life may thrive.
UCLA professor Dr. Michelle Bholat spoke at Zócalo about the need to license more foreign-trained doctors and of how hospitals are adapting to the cultures of patients.
Q&A with Karen McCarthy Woolf, who is bringing her poet’s eye to the work at the Promise Institute for Human Rights.
National Science Foundation grant supports the Collaborative Multiracial Post-Election Survey in bringing together young scholars from across the country.
Pediatric pulmonologist Dr. Eric Hamberger explains how parents can keep their kids safe and informed about the dangers of e-cigarettes.
The 33rd edition of the open-streets event celebrates UCLA’s Centennial with activities that brought campus highlights downtown.
Economic anthropologist Hannah Appel will focus on future of finance in new role at the Institute on Inequality and Democracy at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs.
The lack of coordination among doctors, social workers and other health providers has been one of the health system’s longstanding challenges.
The finding suggests that predicting how a person’s cancer will evolve may lie in their inherited genetic material.
The analysis suggests that individuals who are unsheltered are far more likely to encounter problems and that the problems are exacerbated the longer they are unsheltered.
CicLAvia—Heart of L.A. will feature a wide range of UCLA-related activities, with current Bruins and and talented alumni contributing to the festivities.
The approach could eventually be useful not only for treating cancer, but also for lipid metabolism-related conditions like diabetes.
The “UCLA: Our Stories, Our Impact” exhibit featuring commissioned portraits from activist artists launches on campus today then will tour Los Angeles.
Transportation has activities planned throughout October, which is National Rideshare Month.
Cruz won the Pulitzer for drama in 2003 for his play “Anna in the Tropics.”
Findings of the research conducted in mice could inform the development of therapies that reduce the time it takes for people to recover from nerve injuries.
The American Indian Welcome event provides native students with the opportunity to network with students, professors and staff, and learn about campus programs.