An international consortium of Huntington’s disease experts, including several from the Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center at UC Irvine, has generated a human model of the deadly inherited disorder directly from the skin cells of affected patients.
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The assistant professor of public health will utilize the $400,000 to research the influence of peers and emotional ties on substance use.
SCOTUS strikes down mandatory life sentences without parole for juveniles, referencing the UCI professor’s developmental psychology findings.
With his win in the NCAA 800 meters, Charles Jock became the first Anteater in 34 years to win an individual title. But his attempt to make the 2012 Olympic team fell just short.
UCI will head a $12.5 million Intel social computing center that will employ social scientists, computer scientists and Intel researchers working side by side.
Vision is restored in macular degeneration patients using a miniature implantable telescope to mitigate effects of the eye disease.
As a child, Robert Liebeck loved tinkering with model airplanes. The UC Irvine adjunct professor of mechanical & aerospace engineering is still at it — but now he’s working on a much different kind of model, one that could revolutionize air travel. Called the blended wing body, the concept results in aircraft that look more like […]
Acclaimed scientist and respected leader has served the campus for 40 years and knows it well.
UCI neuroscientist will helm quarterly publication featuring original research in basic science, translational research and clinical studies.