Month: November 2010

Doug Cheung

Student promotes compassion in medicine

UCI senior and new Dalai Lama Scholar Doug Cheung is dedicated to compassionate healing.

Social Sciences Speakers

Social sciences speakers to discuss mid-term elections, California’s business climate, and information overload in the digital age

UCI Living Peace speaker series to debut with Charlize Theron

Richard Branson and Dalai Lama also on the program co-sponsored by Center for Living Peace Orange County.

Brain bleeding is common with aging, UCI study finds

UCI neurologist Dr. Mark Fisher and neuropathologist Dr. Ronald Kim found that cerebral microbleeds are highly prevalent in the aging brain – and not primarily products of stroke-related injury, hypertension or neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, as had been thought.


On Nov. 12, “Preserving the Environment of the Arctic Region” will feature legal, public health and Earth system science experts discussing the role of law and governance in protecting the Arctic region.

Salvatore R. Maddi

Finding the positive side of stress

Professor Salvatore R. Maddi has changed the way many view stress. Not only is it an unavoidable part of life, he argues, it can be good for us.

Dr. Ignatius Ou

Taking aim at deadliest cancer

UCI non-small cell lung cancer study highlights advances in targeted drug therapy.

UCI astronomers uncover new galaxies

Herschel telescope proves surprisingly adept at detecting their deflected light.

Catherine Bolzendahl

Attitudes change toward same-sex couples

Catherine Bolzendahl, UC Irvine assistant professor of sociology, studies how Americans define family.

UCI physician, nurse appointed to Orange County EMS quality board

UCI’s McCoy and Carroll appointed to Orange County EMS quality board for two-year terms.