“The findings have far-reaching impacts toward creating an anti-racist society and a health care system that treats patients more equitably,” one researcher said.
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In a new study, UCLA psychologists confirmed that lower jersey numbers make football players look thinner.
Immune checkpoint blockade has been ineffective for treating glioblastoma; UCLA-led research may reveal why.
The finding is from a multicenter study co-led by Dr. Antoni Ribas and a team of UCLA researchers.
The discovery was made possible by UCLA-developed nanotechnology.
A new UCLA Health study shows why many predictive algorithms miss identifying children at risk of self-harm.
A UCLA study identified an “addressable weakness” related to patient consent paperwork.
Parks After Dark, which launched in 2010, has even helped reduce crime, according to a UCLA evaluation.
Parks After Dark, que empezó en 2010, incluso ha ayudado a reducir el crimen, según la evaluación de UCLA.
UCLA psychologists find people tend to remember vague assertions in more definitive terms.
A UCLA-led study found that adversity experienced by mothers during their childhood or pregnancy is reflected in their children’s gut microbiomes.
Program for Medi-Cal beneficiaries with complex health needs reduced emergency visits, hospitalizations
The Health Homes Program saved California more than $1,000 per participant a year.
A UCLA study also shows that those born outside the U.S. have greater unmet needs for mental health care.
Dr. Kenneth Wells’ composition is his second one based on a professor’s lifelong struggle with schizophrenia.
Economic stressors and child care shortages coincided with decreased parental involvement behaviors, according to a UCLA study.
A study co-led by UCLA is the first clinical trial analyzing a targeted therapy specifically developed to treat brain tumors.
For married Black and Latino couples, interactions with friends, family and colleagues shrank even more drastically at the pandemic’s outset and recovered more slowly.
A UCLA-led study of hospitalized patients with Medicare also found that costs of care are almost equal.
The graduating psychology student has been honored with a Dean’s Prize for Excellence in Research and Creativity.
The UCLA Anderson professor’s new book aims to help people “make tomorrow better today.”
A UCLA-led study could lead to a new strategy for treating the aggressive form of brain cancer.
New research shows that the accuracy of genetically based disease predictions varies from person to person.
The program, housed in the school’s department of biostatistics, is designed for both current professionals and recent college graduates.
A study in mice shows that scarring of collagen pathways prevent stem cells from healing damaged tissue in Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
UCLA psychologists suggest that by 25, one’s mode of evaluating the truthfulness of information is pretty much set.