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Members of the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Task Force updated faculty and staff on the progress of UCLA Health’s vaccination program and to take questions.
Leadership made the decision in the best interests of reducing the risk of COVID-19 transmission.
The funds will be allocated to scholarships and COVID-19 emergency support.
A UCLA-led study used 3D-printed ‘blood vessels’ to identify a possible link between coronavirus and stroke.
The Emergency Food Partnership provides thousands of free meals to those facing hunger during the pandemic.
About 480 health care workers are expected to be vaccinated today.
UCLA leadership, faculty, staff and students displayed the resiliency, creativity and ingenuity that embody our values.
How arts, culture and entertainment will evolve as they recover from the pandemic — and how they will help society heal.
The Sigma Nu brothers have stepped forward to ease the network strains.
Ongoing digital inequality impairs learning and threatens to deepen disparities in achievement as children become adults, UCLA researchers say.
UCLA’s leader sent a heartwarming video to the campus community to express his admiration and gratitude as 2020 comes to an end.
Kristen Choi says doctors and nurses should be prepared to discuss side effects with patients and reassure them about the vaccine’s safety.
UCLA’s Dr. Arjun Deb said the same model could also help researchers learn more about other similar viruses that might emerge in the future.
The event will cover campus updates on the recent surge of COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles County and campus guidelines to mitigate the spread of the virus.
Topics will include how the disease affects the body and the status of vaccine research.
An advance by UCLA researchers could help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Los Angeles County’s fourth-largest employer extends job protections to UCLA employees.
UCLA Magazine speaks with doctors on the front lines who are helping the world combat the deadly virus.
The new research pinpoints which racial and ethnic populations in which neighborhoods are most at risk of becoming infected.
Researchers used a model of airway tissue created from human stem cells to understand the process on cellular level.
Researchers tested the approach by designing a computer model based on Sierra Madre, California, a suburb of Pasadena.
The completely voluntary CA COVID Notify program uses smartphone technology to help prevent the spread of the virus.
UCLA Labor Center researchers found that COVID-19 has exacerbated difficulties for a population that so often works in the service jobs that have disappeared.
New data from the California Health Interview Survey also covers health topics related to social media, sexual violence and veterans.