Infectious Diseases

'I appreciate the way they honored each other and our nurses by showing up, by being the leaders they needed to be,’ says Karen Grimley, chief nurse executive at UCLA Health

By uclahealth • September 24, 2021

UCLA Health pathologist Shangxin Yang explains what happens to the body's cells when viruses attack.

By Sandy Cohen • September 23, 2021

Pfizer is preparing to ask for authorization from the FDA

By Sandy Cohen • September 22, 2021

Data suggests it’s the life-saving cancer treatment that increases the risk

By uclahealth • September 20, 2021

93% of those surveyed by Dr. Emily Hotez and her team of undergrads said they were having trouble coping with pandemic stressors

By uclahealth • September 14, 2021

UCLA researchers recommend that all health care providers in the labor and delivery room have access to proper PPE

By Alana Prisco • September 13, 2021

‘There have been lots of cases of liver problems and liver failure, severe GI upset and even things like seizure and coma,’ says UCLA Health’s Dr. Dan Uslan

By Sandy Cohen • September 3, 2021

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

By uclahealth • September 2, 2021

UCLA Health’s Dr. Otto Yang explains why they’re needed and how effective they may be against the Delta variant

By uclahealth • August 20, 2021

"We should pretend that we’re going back to last year, when nobody was vaccinated and the risk hasn’t been reduced much,” says UCLA Health pathologist Shangxin Yang

By Sandy Cohen • August 20, 2021