Infectious Diseases

Protective eye wear and masks were made using 3D-printing technology

By uclahealth • January 14, 2022

The omicron variant provides clues about COVID-19’s trajectory

By Sandy Cohen • January 13, 2022

Having flu and COVID-19 at the same time is nothing new

By Sandy Cohen • January 7, 2022

Omicron ‘appears to behave more like a cold virus in the vaccinated population,’ says Dr. Omai Garner, director of clinical microbiology for UCLA Health

By Sandy Cohen • January 7, 2022

Variants, vaccines, artificial kidney topped the list

By uclahealth • December 28, 2021

Some practices should remain, others should be dropped

By uclahealth • December 17, 2021

‘Cultural North Star’ inspires researchers at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

By Sandy Cohen • December 15, 2021

What does the future look like for professional athletes and vaccinations?

By Chayil Champion • December 15, 2021

A worldwide effort is key to curbing new variants

By Jocelyn Apodaca Schlossberg • December 8, 2021

‘We wanted to ensure that communities of color knew that their children were accounted for in these initial studies,’ says Dr. Medell Briggs-Malonson

By uclahealth • December 1, 2021