Month: September 2009

MS pioneer and former medicine dean Dr. Stanley van den Noort dies at 79

Dr. Stanley van den Noort (pictured), a former dean of medicine at UC Irvine and a pioneer in multiple-sclerosis education,…

Cocaine memory

A drug in development to treat cancer could help prevent relapse behavior in people trying to overcome an addiction to cocaine, according to a new study by UC Irvine neuroscientists.

Taking stock of UCI research on World Alzheimer's Day

Five clinical trials, $12.7 million in grants and nearly a dozen major articles in scientific journals distinguish UC Irvine’s research…

Student tour guides bring UCI alive

Every year, about 30,000 visitors get a glimpse into campus life and culture during hourlong student-guided tours of UC Irvine.…

Carolyn Hunt, Michael Valentine Smith, Audrey Al-Hamd, Robin Casselman and Jim Hay

Five say farewell

Five longtime UC Irvine colleagues share their campus memories as they get ready to retire.

Leading the way

UCI tour guides serve as campus ambassadors

Frank M. LaFerla

UCImpact: Alzheimer’s disease

UC Irvine’s impact on Alzheimer’s research is acknowledged on World Alzheimer’s Day.

UCI to become living renewable energy lab

The UC Irvine campus will become a living renewable energy laboratory under a statewide program designed to make electricity generation and transportation safer, cleaner and more affordable for Californians.

Chef Shane Gagnon

Cooking up savings

Cooking classes at Anteater Recreation Center are among the low-cost enrichment activities at UC Irvine, kicking off an occasional series called “UC I Can Afford It.”

Bone cement discovery lands professor on 'Most Influential' list

Image, a weekly magazine for radiology professionals, has named UCI’s Joyce Keyak to its 2009 “25 Most Influential in Radiology”…