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2018

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JUL 17UCI-led study finds therapy dogs effective in reducing symptoms of ADHD
JUL 11Noted cancer researcher Allen Chen joins UCI School of Medicine as chair of the Department of Radiation Oncology.
JUN 26Dr. Lynn Hunt, director of the UCI Health Pediatric Gender Diversity Program, tells the Atlantic that many pediatricians don't know how to handle gender-dysphoric kids.
JUN 22UCI researcher Magdalene J. Seiler receives CIRM funding for stem cell-based retina therapy to treat blindness.
MAY 23UCI study shows in-home therapy effective for stroke rehabilitation
MAY 31UCI researchers uncover human breast epithelial cells that could lead to improved early detection of breast cancer.
MAY 21Ancient sequence motif leads UCI researchers to discover novel mode of neurotransmitter-based communication.
MAY 15A chronic runny nose and headache can sometimes signal a cerebral spinal fluid leak, UCI Department of Neurological Surgery Chair Dr. Frank Hsu tells Healthline.com.
MAY 11UCI School of Medicine researcher Rongsheng Jin, PhD, identifies how the Clostridium difficile toxin causes deadly gastrointestinal infections.
MAY 11UCI Health family medicine specialist Dr. David Kilgore is named "Alumni of the Year" by University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine.
MAY 02Todd C. Holmes, PhD, professor of Physiology and Biophysics, receives $2.1-million NIH grant, UCI's first ever Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award (MIRA).
MAY 01UC Irvine calls for volunteers as NIH’s landmark $1.5-billion precision medicine research effort, All of Us, launches nationwide.
APR 24Dr. Dan Cooper, UCI pediatrics professor and founder of the Pediatric Exercise and Genomics Research Center, tells CNN about the importance of childhood exercise.
APR 23Dr. Aaron Kheriaty, associate professor of psychiatry and director of UCI's Medical Ethics Program, discusses the bioethics of infant DNA sequencing on KPCC's AirTalk.
APR 20UCI researchers report in PLOS ONE that they have identified blood biomarkers which may allow more timely diagnosis and treatment of mild traumatic brain injuries.
APR 20UCI's Dr. Namita Goyal and patient Lisa Wittenberg talk with the L.A. Times about a Phase 3 stem-cell trial that is giving hope to people with Lou Gehrig's disease.
APR 17People reach their maximum cognitive abilities in their 60s, says UCI neuroscientist James Fallon, PhD, professor emeritus of Psychiatry and Human Behavior.
APR 13Dr. Charles Vega, professor in the Department of Family Medicine, explains that cardiovascular exercise can delay dementia, especially in women.
APR 05UCI neuroscientist Daniele Piomelli talks about his inventions and research with UCI Applied Innovations' online magazine, Tech Currents.
APR 04UCI researchers studying ways to slow the progression of ALS tell ABC7 how the stem-cell based experimental treatment works.
APR 02UC Irvine sleep expert Dr. Ruth Benca says improving your night's rest may help stave off dementia.
APR 01Southern California Public Radio KPCC talks about national Stop the Bleed Day with UCI Health experts.
MAR 28UC Irvine neuroscientist Tallie Z. Baram to receive prestigious Cotzias award from the American Academy of Neurology.
MAR 21UC Irvine Associate Professor Xiangmin Xu, PhD, shares prestigious NIH Brain Initiative award with UC San Diego professor.
MAR 16UC Irvine School of Medicine's Class of 2018 learns where they will begin their practice of medicine on Match Day 2018.
MAR 16Pain medicine specialist Dr. Shalini Shah tells Kaiser Health News how her UC Irvine Medical Center team is coping with a national shortage of opioid medications for hospital patients.
MAR 14ALS Brainstorm stem cell trial run by Namita Goyal, MD, helps UC Irvine patient fight the neurodegenerative disease.
FEB 20Drinking a few glasses of wine or beer daily and carrying a few extra pounds may be keys to longevity, UC Irvine neurologist Dr. Claudia Kawas says.
FEB 19UC Irvine neurologist Dr. Claudia Kawas says amyloid proteins linked to Alzheimer's have been found in people who nonetheless retain full cognitive function late in life.
FEB 13UC Irvine urologist Dr. Ralph Clayman tells CNN that kidney stones are on the rise in U.S. women and men in part because of the increased use of CT scans.
FEB 12Opioid abuse has dropped in states that have legalized marijuana, researchers say at a conference held by UC Irvine's new Center for the Study of Cannabis.
FEB 08UC Irvine medical student creates program to teach doctors to be sensitive to sexual abuse survivors' needs.
JAN The UC Irvine School of Medicine earns its fourth consecutive Apple Distinguished School award for innovation, creativity and its learning environment.
JAN 26Professor Daniele Piomelli, PhD, PharmD, offers California legislators an overview of the health effects of using cannabis and cannabis-derived products.
JAN 22A Department of Plastic Surgery researcher joins forces with UC Irvine biomedical engineers to help prevent diabetic foot ulcers.
JAN 22UC Irvine Health disaster medicine expert Carl Schultz, MD, explains to USA Today the effect numerous natural disasters and human-caused crises have had on the nation’s hospitals.
JAN 20Gavin Herbert Eye Institute officials mourn the passing of longtime UC Irvine benefactor Josephine Gleis.
JAN 18UC Irvine Health infectious disease expert Shruti Gohil, MD, MPH, explains why it's not too late to get a flu shot this season.
JAN 16Exercise is crucial in managing diabetes and preserving heart health, says Nathan Wong, professor of medicine and director of UC Irvine's Heart Disease Prevention Program.
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