Month: August 2011

Hongkai Zhao and his former doctoral student Hao Gao

New MO for CT, MRI, and PET

Mathematicians develop safer, cheaper method of internal imaging.

UCI neurosurgeon and neuro-oncologist get $250,000 research gift

Neurosurgeon Dr. Mark Linskey and neuro-oncologist Dr. Daniela Bota, co-directors of UC Irvine’s Comprehensive Brain Tumor Program, have received an…

UC Irvine News Brief: Neuro-oncologists get another $250,000 gift from Sue and Ralph Stern

Drs. Mark Linskey and Daniela Bota, co-directors of UCI’s Comprehensive Brain Tumor Program, successfully treated Sue Stern in 2009.

UC Irvine News Brief: UCI named among 'Best in the West' by Princeton Review

Online ranking of colleges is based on educational excellence, green programs and student reviews.

UC Irvine News Brief: Olive Tree Initiative to host annual student send-off

Bon voyage luncheon for fourth delegation to travel to the Middle East will take place Sunday, Aug. 21.

UC Irvine News Brief: NIH funds UCI study of link between children's asthma, climate change

Interdisciplinary researchers including Ralph Delfino are awarded more than $400,000 for project.

White Coat Ceremony marks start of iMedEd Initiative’s second year

The School of Medicine’s innovative program provides iPads containing course outlines, notes, lecture slides and textbooks; the West Coast’s first portable ultrasound training curriculum; as well as advanced medical simulation and telemedicine facilities in the school’s state-of-the-art building.

UCI-led study links prenatal exposure to stress with accelerated cell aging

Young adults whose mothers experienced psychological trauma during their pregnancies show signs of accelerated aging, a UC Irvine-led study found. The researchers discovered that this prenatal exposure to stress affected the development of chromosome regions that control cell aging processes.

UC Irvine News Brief: UCI researchers contribute to APA 9/11 anniversary issue

Special edition of “American Psychologist” includes peer-reviewed articles by Roxane Cohen Silver and Elizabeth Loftus on the effects of the terrorist attacks.

Remote residential research

UCI psychologist uses Google map technology in study of neighborhood effects.