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Q&A: Bioengineer Mireille Kamariza can’t wait to see what’s next
The newly minted UCLA professor is dedicated to improving testing for tuberculosis and other infectious diseases.
When it comes to identifying new gene therapies, she’s in it for the long run
Two years after she first joined a UCLA lab, Grace McAuley identified a critical step toward a possible therapy for a rare disease.
Marilyn Raphael brings us the cold facts about Antarctica and climate change
Environmental institute director spreads UCLA’s expertise from Southern California to the southern tip of the world.
Paleo, keto and ‘climatarian’ diets have lower carbon footprints than standard U.S. diet
A UCLA study suggests emissions from basic American diet are equivalent to driving a car up to 20 miles per day.
UCLA-led study uses base editing to correct mutation that causes rare immune deficiency
The condition, CD3 delta SCID, is caused by a mutation that prevents the production of the CD3 delta protein that is needed for the normal development of T cells
Inspired by their chance to make a difference
Nearly 180 students at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA celebrate Match Day 2023.
A Victorian-era computer pioneer gets to speak for herself
Ada Lovelace published the first description of a computer program; a UCLA doctoral student is using AI to reveal her forgotten story.
Struggles with housing costs during pandemic linked to lack of health care for many Californians
In a UCLA Center for Health Policy Research survey, one-third of those with housing affordability issues said they put off medical care in 2021.
ARTEMIS – UCLA’s most advanced humanoid robot – gets ready for action
The five-time RoboCup champ is set to return to international competition in July.
$5 million gift from Nancy and Howard Marks endows chair in women’s health research at UCLA
The inaugural chair holder is Dr. Beth Karlan, a UCLA professor of obstetrics and gynecology.
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