Health

Man smiling

Dr. Robert McCarron shares UCI program success with Congressional committee

Train New Trainers Primary Care Fellowships expand delivery

Farah Khorassani provides expert insight at Lake Forest town hall on fentanyl

Associate professor of clinical pharmacy practice explains the “Science of Drugs”

Rupert Whitehead, a trombonist with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, plays next to Terry Taylor, who had a stroke three years ago and whose right eye was affected by Bell’s palsy after a COVID-19 shot. Taylor, who also has spells of vertigo, wears a shirt that says, “I’m not clumsy. I’m performing random gravity checks.”

Music as medicine

UCI collaborates with London orchestra on stroke rehabilitation program

Philip Kiser, UCI associate professor of physiology & biophysics as well as ophthalmology,

UC Irvine study shows similarities and differences in human and insect vision formation

Discovery offers insights into retinal disease origins and potential therapeutic targets

UC Irvine researchers awarded grants by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

Funding supports research into advanced biological tissue imaging technologies

An elderly woman who had never seen a physician in her life hugs Dr. Cristobal Barrios Jr. of UCI Health during his humanitarian visit to Ecuador last year.

Surgeon leads overseas medical missions to poor villages

UCI doctor most recently took a group of volunteers to Ecuador

UCI Health and Lifepoint Rehabilitation break ground on rehabilitation hospital

New inpatient facility in Irvine will enhance rehabilitation services in Orange County

The UCI School of Medicine team members who helped develop new viral vectors that will advance neural circuit mapping include, from left, front row: Michele Wu, Alexis Bouin, Ginny Wu, Qiao Ye and Xiangmin Xu; back row: Todd Holmes, Bert Semler, Orkide Koyuncu and Liqi Tong.

UC Irvine-led research team creates novel rabies viral vectors for neural circuit mapping

New tools can detect microstructural changes in aging and Alzheimer’s disease brain neurons

Steve Anticona, an agroecological farmer and community outreach coordinator at CRECE Urban Farms, provides a farm tour to participants at the SERVE OC Autumn Family Wellness Festival.

Family-based heart health

UCI research program weighs benefits of new approach to cardiac fitness in local communities

Alum helps create endowment for Pharm.D. students to train at Ralphs

Funds will enhance classroom instruction with practical experience