The pediatrician and professor is being recognized for her efforts to connect youth to post-incarceration treatment services.
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The grant will fund computer security research that could lead to more secure systems.
The English professor hopes to bring diverse new voices to the pages of the prestigious literary journal.
The award will support an initiative aimed at making exams more accessible for underrepresented populations.
Dr. Anna-Barbara Moscicki will receive the 2024 Douglas K. Richardson Award for Perinatal and Pediatric Healthcare Research in May.
The APS rising star will join UCLA in July as an assistant professor of psychology affiliated with the Chicano Studies Research Center.
“The Seventies in Color” is scheduled to be published by Duke University Press in late 2025.
The vice provost and geography professor is one of five new members joining the National Academy for International Education.
The professor and UCLA Health clinician is featured in the February 2024 issue of the Lancet Neurology.
Asad Madni is being recognized for leading the invention and commercialization of a lifesaving sensing technology.
Dr. Steven Jonas was recognized for his role in breakthroughs understanding childhood development and disease.
The grant will fund the chemical and biomedical engineering professor’s research into carbon capture technologies.
The Geffen School of Medicine assistant professor in residence works to bridge mental health needs and primary care.
Kang Wang, Benjamin Williams and Danijela Cabric are working to advance sensing applications, memory systems and wireless communications.
The professor received a technical achievement award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
The professor of clinical psychiatry is the first faculty member from UCLA to hold the position.
The professor received funding from the California Collaborative for Pandemic Recovery and Readiness Research.
The Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center team aims to help people avoid unnecessary treatments and side effects.
The Veterans Affairs Office is supporting the professor’s investigation into new treatments.
The professor is being honored for his contributions to the creation, exposition, advancement and utilization of mathematics.
The chair of the department of medicine at the Geffen School of Medicine was awarded a Doctor of Science from his alma mater.
Sergio Carbajo and Jun Chen have received Young Investigator Program Awards in support of research.
Pirouz Kavehpour is being recognized for his leadership in microfluidics research and modeling.
The economics professor will work on national tax policy, health care and social insurance, climate policy and other issues.
She was also recognized by the North American Primary Care Research Group for mentoring other primary care researchers.