Researchers can study the function of mitochondria in live tumor cells to predict potential treatments for lung tumors.
David Shackelford, an associate professor of pulmonary and critical care medicine at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and Dr.
Four UCLA students won $25,000 for creating a mobile application designed to assist emergency responders during natural disasters.
The application, Rove, was the second runner-up for the Call for Code 2019 Global Challenge, an annual international competition that calls on developers to build applications for humanitarian causes.
A UCLA study found that psychiatric patients respond positively to the therapeutic effects of gardening.
Gardening proved to have significant effects on patients undergoing treatment in a psychiatric setting at UCLA’s Resnick Neuropsychiatric Hospital, according to a study published in fall.
A student beekeeping group installed UCLA’s first student-made beehive on campus Friday.
The Bruin Beekeepers at UCLA, an organization that aims to educate students about the native bee population and environmental sustainability, held an event at the Mildred E.
Robotic surgery is expensive but its long-term health benefits might pay off in the long run.
Chris Childers, a general surgery resident at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, analyzed financial statements of Intuitive Surgical, a leading surgery robot manufacturer, to evaluate how cost-effective robotic surgery is.
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