Wednesday, October 16



UCLA Health Operation Mend, which provides medical treatment for individuals injured during combat after 9/11, will double the number of veterans it is able to take into care following a  grant from Wounded Warrior Project on Tuesday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA Health program supporting post-9/11 veterans awarded $20.1M grant

A UCLA program that supports veterans received $20.1 million to expand treatment for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder and brain injuries. UCLA Health Operation Mend, which provides medical treatment for individuals injured during combat after 9/11, received the five-year grant from Wounded Warrior Project on Tuesday. Read more...

Photo: UCLA Health Operation Mend, which provides medical treatment for individuals injured during combat after 9/11, will double the number of veterans it is able to take into care following a grant from Wounded Warrior Project on Tuesday. (Daily Bruin file photo)

UCLA Health Operation Mend, which provides medical treatment for individuals injured during combat after 9/11, will double the number of veterans it is able to take into care following a  grant from Wounded Warrior Project on Tuesday. (Daily Bruin file photo)



The electric field-induced release and measurement could help doctors treat cancer before surgery is necessary. The study will test the blood and saliva of 300 patients.(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

National Cancer Institute grant awarded to UCLA researchers for diagnosis tool

UCLA researchers received $5 million to develop a new method for diagnosing lung cancer. The National Cancer Institute awarded the grant to researchers in the UCLA School of Dentistry and the David Geffen School of Medicine, a university press release announced Monday. Read more...

Photo: The electric field-induced release and measurement could help doctors treat cancer before surgery is necessary. The study will test the blood and saliva of 300 patients.(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

The electric field-induced release and measurement could help doctors treat cancer before surgery is necessary. The study will test the blood and saliva of 300 patients.(Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

The David Geffen School of Medicine received $10 million to improve the school’s women’s health curriculum and fund a new chair position. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

School of Medicine receives $10M grant to develop women’s health treatment

The David Geffen School of Medicine received $10 million Thursday to expand treatment and education in women’s health care. Iris Cantor, a philanthropist based in New York City and Los Angeles, donated $8 million to improve the medical school’s women’s health curriculum. Read more...

Photo: The David Geffen School of Medicine received $10 million to improve the school’s women’s health curriculum and fund a new chair position. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

The David Geffen School of Medicine received $10 million to improve the school’s women’s health curriculum and fund a new chair position. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)


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