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'I don’t think you can expand the horizons of others unless you’ve expanded your own,' Dr. Dewar says

By uclahealth • October 6, 2021

New research suggests that cesarean births for transplant patients carry higher risks to baby and mother

By Alana Prisco • October 4, 2021

5-year, multicenter study will be conducted at UCLA Health and Veterans Affairs hospitals

By uclahealth • September 2, 2021

‘In the Western world, we all want to wear stress as a badge of honor, but there’s not full awareness of the downsides,’ says UCLA Health psychiatry professor George Slavich

By Sandy Cohen • September 2, 2021

‘Looking-glass self’ concept led to a deeper understanding of interaction between people with epilepsy and their caregivers

By uclahealth • August 17, 2021

UCLA researchers have successfully – and reproducibly – created clinical-grade transplantable brain cells in the lab

By uclahealth • August 11, 2021

An-Chieh Feng, a native of Taiwan, used Batman to explain complex principles of DNA

By uclahealth • June 1, 2021

Computational geneticist developed a blood test that could detect how fast muscle cells are dying, potentially aiding diagnosis

By uclahealth • May 11, 2021

New UCLA Health study unveils blood test that can measure cumulative exposure over a lifetime

By uclahealth • April 15, 2021

‘It is a recognition of the scholarly environment and infrastructure we have built to enable and foster outstanding scientific research,’ says David Geffen School of Medicine Dean Kelsey Martin

By Sandy Cohen • March 22, 2021