Month: September 2022

COVID is still killing hundreds a day, even as society begins to move on

Los Angeles Times, Sept. 18, 2022

UCI study links prenatal exposure to common pollutant and ovary damage in mouse fetuses

Prenatal exposure to a widespread environmental pollutant can deplete egg cells and cause damage to developing ovaries in mouse fetuses, according to a recent study led by Dr. Ulrike Luderer, Ph.D., UCI professor of environmental and occupational health and corresponding author. The team’s findings, published online in Toxicological Sciences, showed that the developing ovaries were […]

8 potential bivalent Omicron booster side effects to anticipate, experts say

Good Housekeeping, Sept. 17, 2022

UCI Podcast: The success of PRIME-LC

The medical training program for the Latino healthcare has been influential for UCI’s Hispanic-Serving Institution status

With monkeypox, California colleges seek to control spread of two diseases at once

CalMatters, Sept. 15, 2022

Long COVID: The latest on risks, recovery, and treatment

Healthline, Sept. 15, 2022

CIRM awards UCI $2.7 million to create regenerative medicine training program

Brian Cummings, UCI professor of physical medicine & rehabilitation and founding member of the Sue & Bill Gross Stem Cell Research Center, has received a five-year, $2.7 million grant from the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine to establish a training program that supports first-generation and underserved students pursuing careers in public health and regenerative medicine. […]

UCI grads show UCI pride with the zot hand gesture.

HSI at 5

UCI celebrates its achievements as a federally designated Latino-serving campus

Dylan Roby, University of California, Irvine – The association between COVID-19 mortality and the county-level partisan divide in the United States

The Academic Minute, Sept. 14, 2022 (Audio)

The UCI Health – Irvine medical complex adjacent to the new health sciences campus

UCI closes its second-highest fundraising year with over $223 million

Brilliant Future campaign tops $1.3 billion with more than 86,000 supporters