Month: April 2022

UCI’s School of Education hosts “Teaching for Justice,” a two-day conference that spotlights teaching Asian American studies

EVENT:  UCI’s Center for Educational Partnerships and the UCI Teacher Academy in partnership with the UCI Humanities Center and UCI Libraries Southeast Asian Archive will host a two-day conference intended for K-12 educators and all community members interested in integrating the principles of Asian American studies into their professional work. WHEN/WHERE:  9 a.m.-4 p.m. on […]

UCI to honor 23 distinguished Anteaters at annual Lauds & Laurels event

Scholar, advocate and administrator Thomas Parham to receive Extraordinarius award

Should the CDC Change Its Close Contact Definition?

Verywell, April 14, 2022

‘I’m an epidemiologist—Here’s what you should know about the Omicron BA.2 variant’

Well + Good, April 14, 2022

Changing climate changing diseases

Cosmos Magazine, April 13, 2022

Orange County’s COVID hospitalizations and cases remain stable

Spectrum News 1 (City News Service), April 13, 2022 (Video)

Hard to say how big COVID-19 wave gets, experts say

Spectrum News 1, April 13, 2022

UCI team develops simplified, faster process for detection of viral RNA in saliva samples

UCI researchers have originated a simplified, faster clinical sample testing method to detect genetic material, including viral RNA. Their findings were recently published in the journal Scientific Reports. “We showed that a saliva sample withdrawn using a simple microbiological loop can be directly analyzed in a single collection tube, using common and precise DNA amplification […]

Deforestation drives climate change that harms remaining forest

UCI researchers reconsider carbon storage with improved climate models, satellite data

New study reveals how to rejuvenate the immune system of elderly people and reduce their risk of infectious disease

Medical Xpress, April 12, 2022