Thousands of individuals across the state will be trained in public health techniques and strategies, including contact tracing and case investigation.
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The United States is one of 11 countries that do not mandate some form of paid leave at the national level.
The immunotherapy drug combination is currently being reviewed for approval under a new FDA pilot program.
The work of Shelley Taylor and her colleague Susan Fiske has changed the study of how people think about themselves and the social world.
The findings are critical for researchers aiming to develop muscle stem cells in the lab that can be used to combat disease.
UCLA study suggests younger kids might be more adept at deciphering nonverbal emotional cues in photographs.
The gift will support research aimed at understanding the SARS-CoV2 virus, developing methods to detect infection and creating therapies to treat infection.
The Hollywood power couple connected with public health professor Anne Rimoin after she appeared on an MSNBC program.
By repurposing drugs originally intended for other uses, scientists are pushing forward the fight against cancer.
The pandemic has highlighted our existing health disparities. Good data can prevent them from widening, says UCLA’s Ninez Ponce.
Families continue to demand aggressive medical treatment for loved ones, even when they know it isn't likely to help.
UCLA’s Catherine Carpenter gives us the lowdown on food safety, hygiene and nutrition in the time of COVID-19.
“We hope our method could be used in the future to prepare treatments that can be performed at the patient’s bedside,” said UCLA’s Paul Weiss.
The conversations are intended to build community and foster resilience as we adapt to the changes brought about by COVID-19.
BeyGOOD, an initiative founded by Beyoncé, and UCLA offer COVID-19 online toolkit for mental wellness
This first offering of UCLA’s STAND Together During COVID-19 website provides self-care strategies based on research-backed cognitive behavioral therapy principles.
In a study using mice with bone defects in their skulls, the treatment reduced the size of the defects by an average of 50%.
The first installment features a discussion with professors Ren Sun, Dr. Otto Yang, Daniel Kamei and Eran Halperin.
Buildings across campus were bathed in blue light as part of #LightItBlue, a campaign to honor the efforts of essential workers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A team led by Andrea Bertozzi and Mason Porter will use mathematical modeling to provide insights to those developing strategies to mitigate the disease’s spread.
One group organized a crowdsourced fundraising effort; another has donated thousands of surgical masks.
In online interviews with a professor, UCLA Luskin social welfare alumni reveal some fear, some frustrations and a whole lot of dedication.
Research brief: The experiment represents one of a very few instances in which a drug reduced cognitive decline in animals after radiation treatment.
The findings, from a study by a UCLA-led team, could inform the development of precision antibiotics.
Even though Los Angeles has issued a safer at home order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, giving blood is permitted.
The center, which is part of UCLA School of Law, has compiled an online resource that tracks issues at the intersection of the pandemic and food law and policy.