A report by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research reveals how residents responded to COVID-19 guidelines.
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A pair of UCLA studies reveal many don’t believe they need help, even if they report having psychological symptoms.
New statewide initiative focuses on making the state’s next century more innovative, sustainable and equitable.
Research brief: Scientists have identified hundreds of chemical modifications that can alter RNA’s protein-making instructions without affecting the core DNA.
The policy contains limited exemptions for medical reasons and to accommodate disabilities or religious beliefs.
NIH-funded grants will aid interventions that improve antiretroviral medication usage.
The ‘nomogram’ opens the door to improved personalized treatments, a UCLA-led study shows.
The renowned neurologist and stem cell biologist is currently a professor at Stanford University.
The NIH-funded project aims to increase COVID-19 testing access and uptake for underserved and vulnerable populations.
Researchers stress that e-cigarettes are not a healthier alternative to smoking for expectant mothers.
A new UCLA study explores the relationship between innate dispositions toward threats, the social environment and responses to COVID-19.
The visionary leader served the campus as vice chancellor of medical sciences and dean of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA from 1994 to 2010.
Research brief: Mouse astrocytes, often used in research on human neurological disorders, differ in significant ways from the human version.
By better understanding the dynamics of a key immune signaling molecule, scientists may be able to ‘hack’ the immune system to strengthen it.
UCLA researchers found that previously infected people produced a vigorous antibody response similar to a severe natural infection after just one shot.
A UCLA Center for Health Policy Research brief notes that a looming shortage of dentists in the state could exacerbate the problem.
A UCLA clinical trial provides evidence that the prescription drug varenicline can aid those who want to quit smoking and reduce their drinking.
UCLA medical school graduate Gabriela López pays tribute to the sacrifices made by her parents and others.
UCLA researchers discover that MAOIs could activate immune system to shrink various types of tumors.
Investigators will explore the experiences of people dealing with the disease without hospitalization.
Research brief: The study is based on near-real-time data from U.S. emergency medical service calls.
A better understanding of specific communities’ death rates could help officials better allocate resources.
Resources include therapy sessions and a moms support group.
Yes, says a new report by the UCLA Center for Scholars and Storytellers, but only when they approach these topics in a credible, supportive way.
To thank Dr. Mitra Nejad, Mark Sennet will auction off celebrity images to benefit the UCLA Stein Eye Institute.