Health

UCI assistant professor is awarded $100,000 grant for her research into women’s cancers

Gina Lee, UCI assistant professor of microbiology & molecular genetics, is one of 10 researchers to receive a $100,000 grant from the Mary Kay Ash Foundation for their innovative work in seeking cures for cancers affecting women. Lee’s team studies lymphangioleiomyomatosis, a rare tumor syndrome causing uncontrolled cell growth in the kidneys and lungs that […]

Nancy and Geoffrey Stack Family Foundation give $2 million to UCI Health

Gift will support new hospital, cancer center coming in Irvine

UCI awarded $13.8 million federal contract to profile lipid nanoparticles

Findings will increase understanding of vaccine immune responses and side effects

UCI is key member of multi-institutional, $126 million NIH brain mapping project

Campus to receive $10 million over five years for role in Cell Atlas Network

Photos of Maura Allaire, assistant professor of urban planning & public policy, and Jun Wu, professor of public health.

NSF supports UCI team investigating inequities in drinking water

California water districts and ratepayers will serve as test subjects

Dr. Daniel Chow

Precision health perspectives

Daniel Chow discusses how physicians can use artificial intelligence tools to benefit patients

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 […]

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

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. […]

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