The UCLA geriatric psychiatrist escaped the Nazis as a child and became a leading Alzheimer’s researcher. She died in her sleep on Oct. 1.
The study could help explain why people with damage to the hippocampus struggle with both spatial and memory tasks.
A UCLA study shows that unmet needs for psychological distress are particularly high for women of color, noncitizens and those who don't speak English.
Dr. Helena Hansen, Dr. Keith Norris and Dr. Peter Tontonoz were honored.
A new study is the first to show that such an initiative could be adapted or even expanded during the pandemic.
Researchers report that all nine patients who were successfully treated for ADA-SCID in a UCLA clinical trial from 2009 to 2012 are still disease-free.
Ninety percent of parents who had a visit with Robin indicated they were “extremely likely” to request another visit.
The findings could help scientists pinpoint targets for treating Parkinson’s and Huntington’s diseases.
“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.
The neuroscientist, a 1990 graduate, helped answer a fundamental question about how the nervous system senses temperature and touch.
Research brief: A UCLA study suggests that many doctors may not have the training to properly recognize how the disease appears on the skin of Black people.
A UCLA-led survey bolsters findings of an earlier analysis of online behavior during the pandemic.
The latest California Health Interview Survey quantifies the impact of pandemic, racial tensions and other challenges.
With the world at a crossroads, UCLA Arts’ ‘10 Questions’ series returns to ask, ‘If not now, when?’
The public lecture-academic course will virtually bring together 30 people from campus and the community.
The tests use SwabSeq, a technology developed in 2020 at UCLA, to deliver results in less than 24 hours.
A UCLA study shows that in the 2000s, physicians prescribed opioids more frequently to whites suffering from back pain than to patients of color.
A UCLA study suggests researchers could analyze neurological disorders in a stem cell–derived model.
The research, conducted in mice, could elucidate how and why the phenomenon occurs.
Stress levels as much as quadrupled after nonsmokers used an e-cigarette for just a half-hour, UCLA researchers found.
UCLA sociologist Patrick Heuveline’s demographic tool clarifies the impact of temporary “shocks” like epidemics and natural disasters.
Dr. Catherine Juillard was appointed to hold the chair in general clinical surgery.
New academy brings together faculty from the David Geffen School of Medicine and the School of Education & Information Studies.
UCLA faculty helped compile and analyze data used in the Alliance for a Better Community’s Latino Scorecard.
A study by researchers from UCLA and Cedars-Sinai highlights the need for alternatives to antibiotics and better treatment strategies.