Chancellor Gene Block shared plans for celebrating the members of the class of 2021 this spring.
UCLA sociologist Patrick Heuveline reports on the dramatic impact in the U.S. and other nations.
Both vaccinated and non-vaccinated personnel will be tested to gauge how well the vaccines prevent infections and lessen their impact when they do occur.
A roundtable of experts will discuss how Japan responded to this pandemic and share what we can learn from the country’s experience.
As we mark one year of working from home, UCLA faculty and staff share what they’ve experienced and learned.
Third vaccine OK’d for emergency use is safe, highly effective.
How UCLA data researchers are revealing the true toll of the pandemic in overlooked Pacific Islander communities.
Despite the tough labor market, the Bruin community has come together to help one another navigate today’s unique challenges.
Overnight, the center shifted its focus, helping to keep UCLA safe from COVID-19.
Dr. Robert Kim-Farley of the Fielding School of Public Health explains how to avoid another “viral tsunami.”
Professors Robert Damoiseaux and Vaithilingaraja Arumugaswami led a collaboration among scientists from the U.S. and Germany.
The discussion also included how campus would expand in-person operations as vaccinations increase and infections decline.
Amid COVID, potentially avoidable hospitalizations for other conditions fell far more for whites than Blacks
A UCLA study suggests that a lack of access to proper outpatient care among Black patients exacerbated existing racial health disparities.
Despite the return of traffic, record-high summer heat waves and apocalyptic wildfires, the early months of spring 2020 offered a glimpse of what is possible.
Rare reunion brightens health care workers’ spirits after year of pandemic darkness.
Mass COVID-19 vaccinations will help boost the U.S. and local economies and usher in a new post-pandemic norm, economists predict.
TranslateCovid.org delivers accurate information to communities often facing increased vulnerabilities because of a lack of access to official public health news in a language other than English.
UCLA Health share medically sound, evidence-based information about the safety and effectiveness of all of the vaccines.
During the quiet of the pandemic, UCLA evaluated ever-shifting realities and forged a new path forward that may change education forever.
Psychologist Melissa Brymer recommends clear and detailed communication about changes children can expect in their classrooms and routines.
The money will support programs and research on the impact of COVID-19 among Asian American and Pacific Islander communities, including new research into hate incidents.
Research brief: According to posts on the discussion board, people have waited longer to visit a doctor.
UCLA experts say the effort, which includes complying with rules for masking and distancing, will take vigilance on the part of schools, students and families.
Online mentions of sourdough, sacrifice and death all surged as the pandemic took hold.
UCLA Health experts lay out the facts: The vaccines are 95% effective, almost everyone should get them, and they cannot give you the disease.