UCI team will explore use of automation in restoring manual dexterity to stroke patients.
Month: October 2010
The hospital at UC Irvine Medical Center this week was officially renamed UC Irvine Douglas Hospital in honor of local businessman M.A. Douglas, whose estate donated $21 million to the new medical facility.
Ivan Soltesz will co-chair the review panel for the Epilepsy Foundation’s grant and fellowship program.
Institute for Clinical & Translational Science will honor 11 Orange County community health advocates and organizations at its third annual Chancellor’s Community Health Awards Dinner.
The site for the new clinical and academic center will be dedicated Friday, Oct. 29, at the UC Irvine School of Medicine, near the corner of Health Sciences Road and Bison Avenue.
UCI senior and new Dalai Lama Scholar Bethel Mesgana is dedicated to compassionate medicine.
UC Irvine physics professor and award-winning science fiction author Gregory Benford will write the introductory essays for “The Wonderful Future That Never Was,” a collection of predictions made in the pages of “Popular Mechanics” that reflects societies hopes and fears.
Cosmologist and TV co-host James Bullock helps people see the really big picture — from the Milky Way to the farthest reaches of the universe. He’s one of the “bright young stars” in his field.
Csaba Varga wins the 2010 Cortical Explorer prize for discovering a new principle of cortical microcircuit organization.
The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine grants awarded to Dr. Henry Klassen, Leslie M. Thompson, Brian Cummings and Aileen Anderson will support early stage translational research and help create stem cell treatments for retinitis pigmentosa, Huntington’s disease and traumatic brain injury.