The professor, who will receive four years of funding, plans to study how mitochondria can be steered toward generating heat.
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The theoretical chemist, who will get up to $2 million over five years, is the first UCLA professor to receive the honor.
The historical fiction work by the UCLA professor and illustrator Nadjib Berber was honored by the Independent Publisher Book Awards.
The professor will conduct research trials in children with relapsed cancer and study new ways to treat incurable brain tumors.
The professor’s research focus includes studying factors that contribute to postoperative neurocognitive disorders in minority elders.
They will develop a noninvasive imaging tool to study how deadly brain tumors benefit from targeted therapies.
The award will support the professor’s book, “Facing Images: Problems of Modernity in Japanese Art.”
The professor, whose research focuses on osteoporosis and menopause, will help develop evidence-based clinical guidelines.
The professor, a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation, is the first woman of color and non-STEM person to be recognized with the award.
The director of the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research discussed how to ensure Pacific Islander data is included in state surveys.
The $7.3 million award from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke will support the professor’s research.
The physicians being honored for 2023 are Arleen Brown, Patricia Ganz, Tzung Hsiai and Antoni Ribas.
The professor’s research focuses on issues related to race, culture, access and educational opportunities for minoritized student populations.
The professor, who specializes in immigration, gender and broad conceptualizations of violence, was elected as the W.E.B. Du Bois Fellow.
The professor emeritus was recognized for her contributions to advancing the field of Asian American and Pacific Islander studies.
The medical oncologist and professor was recognized for her research accomplishments in cancer epidemiology, biomarkers and prevention.
The professor is being honored by the European Society for Medical Oncology for her contributions to clinical and laboratory-based research.
The chemistry professor was honored for his research in areas associated with energy, materials and catalysis.
The professor is the first pediatric nurse scientist to hold this position in the Council on Cardiovascular and Stroke Nursing.
The professor and director of the UCLA Center for Brazilian Studies received the Stanley Brunn Award for Creativity in Geography.
They were awarded $1.8 million by the California Department of Public Health to assess two projects launched by state officials.
The professors, who lead the Named Data Microverse project, were among the winners of the inaugural Future of Data Challenge.
The professor and attending physician received the Bernadine Healy Leadership award for her contributions to women’s cardiovascular health.
The professor has developed online educational tools for students and will launch an organic chemistry camp for children this summer.
UCLA researchers receive grants to study needs of California’s Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders
Teams led by Ninez Ponce, Cindy Sangalang, Jennifer Wagman and Saba Waheed were among those awarded more than $560,000 in grants.