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Biotech entrepreneur donates $50 million to UC Irvine School of Biological Sciences

Announcement of gift from Charlie Dunlop is made during commencement ceremony

The UCI School of Social Sciences 2023 commencement in the Bren Center.

49 percent of UC Irvine bachelor’s degrees earned by first-generation students

Over 8,200 Class of 2024 members will attend commencement ceremonies this month

Photo: CD8+ T cells (yellow) activated by PD-1 blockade also interact with T regulatory cells (teal and red), which subsequently dampen the immune response against the melanoma tumor cells (blue)

‘Cutting the cable’ between CD8+ T and T regulatory cells enhances checkpoint immunotherapy

Discovery by UC Irvine-led team may offer new strategy for improving melanoma treatment

UC Irvine’s 2024 Hellman Fellows are (clockwise from upper left): Abigail Lapin Dardashti, Javier Sanchez-Yamagishi, Fangyaun Ding, Pablo Lara-Gonzalez, Katherine Trieste Rhodes, Alejandra Rodriguez Verdugo, Irene Vega, Xian Shi, Ji Seon Song and Travis Wiles.

10 UC Irvine faculty members named Hellman Fellows for 2024-25

Program supports research by promising assistant professors

Bridget Fortin, a UC Irvine doctoral student in the Department of Biological Chemistry (left) standing next to Selma Masri (right), UC Irvine associate professor of biological chemistry.

UC Irvine study reveals circadian clock can be leveraged to enhance cancer immunotherapy

Optimizing individual time-of-day delivery offers new avenues for prevention and treatment

Sir David MacMillan, who earned a doctorate in chemistry at UC Irvine in 1996, is the James S. McDonnell Distinguished University Professor of Chemistry at Princeton University.

Nobel laureate Sir David MacMillan, Ph.D. ’96, to receive Extraordinarius award

UC Irvine Alumni Association will honor 22 Anteaters at 53rd Lauds & Laurels event

New crystal production method could enhance quantum computers and electronics

UC Irvine researchers make ultra-thin bismuth material for flexible technologies

UC Irvine-led team uncovers ‘vigorous melting’ at Antarctica’s Thwaites Glacier

Satellite radar data show kilometer-scale seawater intrusion, causing ice to rise and fall

Bryce Mander, UC Irvine associate professor of psychiatry & human behavior

UC Irvine-led study links sleep apnea severity during REM stage to verbal memory decline

Novel findings among elders at risk for Alzheimer’s open door to personalized interventions

Beautiful african american woman sleeping in her bed at night

Dreaming is linked to improved memory consolidation and emotion regulation

UC Irvine-led study is first to pinpoint role of dreams in processing bad experiences