The faculty members have published research that is cited most often by other scholars in their fields.
Three UCLA student veterans share their stories of immigration and their passion for medical science.
UCLA’s new Rosenfeld Hall will play a pivotal role in training the next generation of medical professionals and improving care for patients.
The facility was made possible by a $20 million gift from donors Eugene and Maxine Rosenfeld.
A UCLA study shows that in 2022, nearly half of California adults had used these services over the previous year.
An advance in cryo-electron microscopy could be a significant boon for research on potential cancer therapies.
A study co-led by UCLA is the first clinical trial analyzing a targeted therapy specifically developed to treat brain tumors.
Lynn Nguyen was inspired to help others by her refugee parents and a doctor who brought comfort to Vietnamese families.
New research shows that the accuracy of genetically based disease predictions varies from person to person.
Through his research and volunteering, the graduating senior and future medical student has already made an impact.
The professor and attending physician received the Bernadine Healy Leadership award for her contributions to women’s cardiovascular health.
The assistant professor in residence at the Geffen School of Medicine was one of five “trailblazers” to receive the inaugural award.
The professor and director of the Broad Stem Cell Research Center has received an achievement award for his research.
The annual list compiled by Clarivate identifies scholars whose work has been referenced most often in studies published by other researchers.
Research brief: In a lab study, a UCLA-led team found that verteporfin stopped the replication of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.
Past injustices like the Tuskegee Syphilis Study are less likely to spark mistrust than poor interactions with physicians, UCLA psychologists say.
Inspired by creatures that survive in harsh environments, a UCLA team has invented a polymer with the potential to extend the shelf life and reach of medications.
Aparna Bhaduri is leading the fight against the deadliest form of cancer.
The two grant projects, funded by the National Institutes of Health and the Department of Defense, will be led by Dr. Jerzy Kupiec-Weglinski.
With stories from across campus, we pay tribute to some of UCLA’s remarkable graduating students.
A partnership with a local placement agency has facilitated the hiring of 11 employees, with plans to expand soon.
The advance could have implications for drug development and biological research.
The oral medication, ERAS-801, targets a rogue gene found in about 60% of people with the aggressive form of brain cancer.
Dr. Haig Aintablian, who recently completed his residency in emergency medicine at UCLA, is the program’s inaugural fellow.
Research brief: Six months after the shot, nearly 96% of study participants in North Kivu Province still had antibodies in their blood.