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Ryoo, director of research for the Computer Science Equity Project at UCLA Center X, received the Jan Hawkins Award.
Xiang “Anthony” Chen, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, uses artificial intelligence to help doctors analyze medical images.
The honor society recognizes exemplary physician-scientists who have contributed to clinical medicine through the pursuit of basic science.
Day, an assistant professor in the UCLA Department of Earth, Planetary and Space Sciences, was honored by the National Science Foundation CAREER program.
Dr. Anusha Kalbasi, assistant professor of radiation oncology in the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and researcher at the UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, has been recognized as a promising young scientist.
Cho-Jui Hsieh looks to improve how machine-learning models can incorporate the concept of safety as a critical component and make them more accessible to implement and use.
Wong, professor of biostatistics at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, will conduct research at the National Cheng Kung University in Tainan, Taiwan.
The accessory dwelling unit designed by Cristóbal Amunátegui and his office, Amunátegui Valdés, features a simple geometric structure with an “activated rooftop.”
Halperin, professor of computer science, human genetics, computational medicine and anesthesiology, was recognized for his work in computational genomics.
Sarah T. Roberts is honored by Sigma Xi for her research on the workforce of commercial content moderation and the impact of the internet on society and everyday life.
Raphael, professor of geography and interim director of the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, plans to have the association renew its commitment to diversity, representation and inclusion.
The National Science Foundation CAREER Award is the foundation’s highest honor for faculty members in the early stages of their teaching and research careers.
Clark, professor and chair of the department of molecular, cell and developmental biology in the UCLA College, will begin her term in June 2021.
Jeffrey Inaba and Inaba Williams Architects created the space to support the children’s and parents’ needs within a domestic environment.
Loo, professor of chemistry and biochemistry at UCLA, will received the Eastern Analytical Symposium Award.
Geoffery Robinson was recognized for his 2018 book, ‘The Killing Season: A History of the Indonesian Massacres, 1965–66.’
Bernard Weiner has received the Gold Medal Award for Life Achievement in the science of psychology from the American Psychological Foundation.
Arulanantham, one of the nation’s most respected advocates for immigrants’ rights, is joining UCLA School of Law.
Egbuonu is a filmmaker known for her focus on disruptive and inspirational storytelling.
Kadambi, assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering, has received a CAREER award for his research toward developing light-based sensing technologies.
The professor of economics and finance has been awarded the Warren C. Scoville Distinguished Teaching Award.
Justin Caram, assistant professor of chemistry, has been recognized for the quality and innovation of his research program and his academic leadership skills.
Goadsby, professor of neurology at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, received the honor for his work unraveling the cause of migraines.
Morales-Guio, assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, will look into capturing carbon dioxide directly from air and converting it into solid carbon.