Month: June 2022

Participants at the UCI Working Memory and Plasticity Lab, wearing headphones and looking at an ipad, completing one of their training sessions for a study.

Who benefits from brain training, and why?

Joint UCI and UC Riverside study shows ‘near transfer’ predicts ‘far transfer’

Talking Title IX with the Title IX officer

Tierney Anderson explains how the landmark law affords access and protections to the campus community

6 long Covid symptoms experts say are warning signs your health hasn’t fully recovered

Good Housekeeping, June 18, 2022

It’s getting harder to gauge your Covid risk levels—tracking these 4 metrics can help

CNBC – Make It, June 18, 2022

Got questions about the Covid vaccine for kids under 5? We’ve got answers

Motherly, June 17, 2022

UCI commencement culminates with Angel Stadium celebration

Graduates also honored at school ceremonies at Bren Events Center leading up to the all-campus celebration

Tech used for COVID-19 vaccines starts pharma boom

Spectrum News 1, June 16, 2022

UCI-led study links repeated hurricane exposure to adverse psychological symptoms

As climate threats escalate, increased negative mental health outcomes likely

UCI Podcast Indicator

UCI Podcast: Recognizing Juneteenth

Historian Jessica Millward talks about the history behind the important day

California marks reopening anniversary amid COVID-19 surge

KCBS Radio, June 15, 2022 (Audio)