Two graduate students from the Fielding School of Public Health will serve as ambassadors in This is Public Health’s 2023-2024 cohort.
Sarah Stigers and Lauren Morales, both of whom are graduate students in public health, were among 82 ambassadors selected in July from around the world, according to the Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health.
The microwave beeped, signaling the end of the convenient reheating process. I pulled out my bowls of leftover stew and rice, which my mom had made in one big batch at the beginning of the week.
Fitz Freeby’s business is more than just icing on the cake.
The rising second-year theater student runs One Cake Fitz All, which she said she started when she was a high school student in Minnesota.
UCLA researchers used genetic data from people in Los Angeles to identify different groups’ disease risk and better understand health disparities.
In the study published in July, the researchers used data collected as part of the UCLA ATLAS Community Health Initiative – including medical info from patients across LA – to see whether they could understand why certain communities might be more likely to receive certain diagnoses or seek hospital care, said Noah Zaitlen, the paper’s corresponding author.
UCLA researchers found that fasting increases the splitting of mitochondria, which may have implications for metabolic and aging-related diseases.
In the study published in June, scientists examined the livers of mice that had been starved and identified the activated proteins, said Nuria Martinez-Lopez, the paper’s first author.
UCLA researchers have found a relationship between mitochondria organization in cancer cells and the process by which they convert energy, which could lead to new therapies.
UCLA researchers have discovered a gene responsible for producing different traits in brown and white fat cells, which may have implications for the treatment of diabetes and obesity.
This post was updated Jan. 28 at 4:32 p.m.
UCLA researchers developed a new cancer treatment that could be useful for targeting solid tumors.
In the study, the researchers said they developed a biodegradable scaffold that is implanted near solid tumors to modulate the immune system’s response to cancer and modify the tumor microenvironment.
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