While the situation improved, economically disadvantaged patients were far less likely to return to using services at normal, pre-pandemic levels.
UCLA epidemiologist Robert Kim-Farley reflects on how the U.S. has coped with the pandemic.
The UCLA-led analysis, the largest to date on COVID-19 and breast milk, examined samples from 110 lactating women.
The UCLA–developed diagnostic technology has helped keep the university and other large client organizations operational during the pandemic.
Chancellor Gene Block tours the COVID-19 testing lab, as processes automate and capacity expands.
The meeting addressed topics ranging from how to get free masks to the factors under consideration for returning to in-person work and learning.
Panel and Q&A session will address recent operational changes and the latest COVID-19 campus protocols.
Campus leaders said they plan to resume in-person classes after this move to promote the health of the Bruin community.
Classes will begin as scheduled on Jan. 3. The moves are designed to reduce the risk of a rise in new COVID-19 cases in light of the omicron variant.
Professors continued helping us better understand our world with their research, students kept excelling and UCLA showed how it helps make Los Angeles a world-class city.
Research brief: Adding a protein called viral polymerase to vaccines could potentially create a more robust, enduring immune response, scientists say.
Pandemic continues to influence consumer behavior, affect economy on national, state and local levels
The latest UCLA Anderson Forecast sees stronger-than-anticipated performance for the U.S. and California.
A UCLA study raises the possibility that vaccine boosters may be equally effective in improving antibodies’ ability to target multiple variants of the virus.
UCLA’s Brad Sears has observed how the current pandemic has been shaped by what we did and did not learn in the past 40 years.
UCLA Health pathologist Shangxin Yang shares what scientists know thus far and what the public needs to know to try to prevent infection.
A UCLA study of 12,000 health care workers found infected individuals who were unvaccinated shed more viral particles.
Royce Hall and Powell Library will shine in blue during a three-day tribute.
A new study “has implications for the public health system, health care providers and under-resourced communities,” said UCLA’s Arleen Brown.
As a graduate student, Kreiman was inspired by how the UCLA community helped rescue her academic career, which got her started in university governance.
A new study is the first to show that such an initiative could be adapted or even expanded during the pandemic.
The chancellor, who is overseeing the response to the pandemic, shared some of his priorities for the coming year.
The research effort brought together more than 200 scholars from nearly 100 colleges and universities.
“We need to figure out how this is happening in order to develop treatments to stop it,” said UCLA’s Arjun Deb.
The study, co-led by UCLA scientists, evaluated nearly 5,000 people at 33 academic medical centers.
A UCLA-led survey bolsters findings of an earlier analysis of online behavior during the pandemic.