UCLA epidemiologist Robert Kim-Farley reflects on how the U.S. has coped with the pandemic.
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The UCLA-led analysis, the largest to date on COVID-19 and breast milk, examined samples from 110 lactating women.
UCLA’s new analysis will help guide Medi-Cal as it expands coordinated care to all eligible participants in the state.
The meeting addressed topics ranging from how to get free masks to the factors under consideration for returning to in-person work and learning.
A UCLA study suggests that new small-molecule drugs that inhibit a protein called ATR could be used in combination with interferon “amplification.”
The study, which used mice, could point toward a method for clearing the virus from people who would otherwise depend on medication.
The substance, Tg6F, contains anti-inflammatory and antioxidant peptides.
With 85% of students surveyed reporting “speed-watching,” UCLA psychology researchers designed experiments to gauge their comprehension.
The UCLA-led research also indicates that the primary culprit in smokers’ increased risk is not nicotine but other chemicals in tobacco smoke.
After more than two years, Marley Gaskins, the first child to receive the innovative treatment for LAD-1, remains disease-free.
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.
Meet the new director of the UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center.
Research brief: Adding a protein called viral polymerase to vaccines could potentially create a more robust, enduring immune response, scientists say.
A UCLA study raises the possibility that vaccine boosters may be equally effective in improving antibodies’ ability to target multiple variants of the virus.
Forty years ago, when a UCLA physician published a three-page report first identifying the disease that would become known as AIDS, few imagined the devastating toll that would follow.
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.
Though medical treatment has progressed, laws that discriminate against people based their HIV-positive status remain on the books across the United States.
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 report identifies physical and mental health burdens among the millions who care for friends and family members.
Research brief: A UCLA-led study identifies a potential target for therapies to prevent or treat heart failure.
The veteran firefighter, who expects to earn his Ph.D. in chemistry in winter quarter, is using his knowledge to improve the health and safety of his colleagues.
A UCLA study of 12,000 health care workers found infected individuals who were unvaccinated shed more viral particles.
Using stem cell engineering and organoid technology, UCLA researchers were able to produce large quantities of powerful cancer-fighting iNKT cells.
The list is compiled based on research citations from 2010 to 2020.
UCLA researchers use super-resolution microscopy to reveal surprising new details about X inactivation in female mouse embryos.