(Left to right: Courtesy of Astrid Cabrera, Courtesy of Melissa Bu)
Astrid Cabrera leaped at the chance to receive the COVID-19 vaccination as soon as she became eligible.
“If I can help slow the spread, I will,” Cabrera said.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a public health crisis but it is important to consider racial and ethnic disparities in the health care industry, UCLA professors said at a virtual event on Saturday.
Rising ocean temperatures and ocean acidification could have negative cumulative effects that slow the growth of tropical coral reefs, according to a UCLA-led study published in early January.
This post was updated Feb. 16 at 6:06 p.m.
A group of UCLA researchers became the first team to use ultrasonic technologies to improve the consciousness of patients in disordered conscious states.
This post was updated Feb. 15 at 09:14 p.m.
People between 16 and 64 years of age at high risk of severe complications due to COVID-19 may be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine beginning March 15, the California Department of Public Health announced in a statement Friday.
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.
Daniel Blumstein feels like he has been shouting into a void his entire career as an environmental scientist.
The professor of ecology and evolutionary biology coauthored a paper in January that examined the status of pressing environmental issues.
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