Thomas Dumitrescu is one of the founding principal investigators of the Simons Collaboration on Global Categorical Symmetries.
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The funding continues support for paid student internships at community archives.
Miriam Marlier, Kai-Wei Chang and Cho-Jui Hsieh each received $60,000 in funding from Google’s new program.
The director of cancer population genetics at the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center is being honored by the International Gynecologic Cancer Society.
The program was established by the Hellman Family Foundation to support the research of promising assistant professors.
The center’s faculty and staff were part of a successful campaign to encourage Los Angeles leaders to invest in educational opportunities for K-12 indigenous students.
These awards aim to advance artificial intelligence research to solve real-world problems.
On July 1st, he took over as lead editor of Theoretical Economics after spending four years as co-editor.
The five-year grant will go toward the training and career development of dentist-scientists and oral health researchers.
He is the founder and president of Water Quality & Treatment Solutions, a consulting firm that heavily involves research in its core work.
The late professor was awarded for his work to ensure that every person has the resources to age well.
The choreographer has served on the UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures/Dance faculty since 2006.
She was recognized for her contributions to the promotion of Hellenic culture.
The Symantec Term Professor of Computer Science was awarded for his research on secure program obfuscation.
Dr. Gabriel Danovitch and Dr. Robert Ettenger were honored by the American Society of Transplantation.
Elizabeta Nemeth has been awarded the 2021 William Dameshek Prize by the American Society of Hematology.
The distinguished adjunct professor and scientist of electrical and computer engineering was one of only two international fellows selected this year.
The appointment comes after nearly four years of service by artist and professor Andrea Fraser.
The associate professor of African American studies has written widely about American biomedical science, religion, law and modern thought.
The professor-in-residence in the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, has received the 2021 Friedrich von Recklinghausen Award.
The psychology professor received the Distinguished Contributions to the Interdisciplinary Understanding of Child Development Award.
The five-part miniseries was honored for “its revelatory storytelling.”
Psychology professor will collaborate with Professor Vered Halamish at Bar-Ilan University in Israel.
They were recognized for their project “Where Blackness Meets the Sea: On Crisis, Culture and the Black Mediterranean.”
Anthony Chen receives Young Investigator Award for artificial intelligence research.