(Eunice Hong/Daily Bruin contributor)
A UCLA registry is facilitating blood plasma donations from recovered COVID-19 patients and helping to guide COVID-19 research.
UCLA researchers opened the Research Registry for Recovered COVID-19 Patients soon after the first surge of COVID-19 cases in Los Angeles, with the initial goal to find potential plasma donors and test the use of their plasma to treat the disease, said Arash Naeim, the principal investigator of the registry.
A string of attacks on Asian American elders has sparked a conversation among the UCLA Asian community about the rise of anti-Asian violence.
A 19-year-old man violently shoved 84-year-old Thai man Vicha Ratanapakdee in San Francisco late January.
A combination of dividing and balancing the number of people in public may help reduce COVID-19 transmission while allowing businesses to safely reopen, a UCLA-led research team found.
Latino voters played a major role in influencing the results of the 2020 presidential election, UCLA researchers said.
The UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute released a study Jan.
Some UCLA faculty said the United States and the University of California should take more progressive steps to fight climate change.
The U.S. rejoined the Paris Agreement on Jan.
President Joe Biden’s undoing of many of former President Donald Trump’s immigration policies is an improvement, but there is still much left to do, UCLA students and professors said.
The United States economy is projected to begin recovering in the spring, though female- and minority-led industries may recover slower, UCLA economists said.
A National Women’s Law Center January analysis of the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ monthly job report showed that in December, women lost 156,000 jobs, comprising 100% of U.S.
The association that represents University of California students is calling on President Joe Biden’s administration to double the Pell Grant to make college more affordable.
The UC Student Association has met with federal representatives, nonprofit leaders and mobilized UC students to advocate for its Double the Pell campaign since the association initiated the campaign in August, said Joshua Lewis, the UCSA government relations chair and a student at UC Berkeley.
President Joe Biden’s nomination of Miguel Cardona to be the next secretary of education is a promising choice, UCLA faculty and students said.
Cardona previously taught as a fourth-grade teacher and is currently Connecticut’s commissioner of education.
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