Ancient Chinese practice lowers blood pressure, may lessen stroke, heart disease risks
Browsing: School of Medicine
As head of the county’s largest hospital and only medical school, Howard Federoff has his finger on the pulse of the vast UC Irvine Health enterprise
Brain inflammation caused by chronic nerve pain alters activity in regions that regulate mood and motivation, suggesting for the first time that a direct biophysical link exists between long-term pain and the depression, anxiety and substance abuse seen in more than half of these patients, UC Irvine and UCLA researchers report.
What happens to an astronaut’s brain during a mission to Mars? Nothing good. It’s besieged by destructive particles that can forever impair cognition, according to a UC Irvine radiation oncology study appearing in the May 1 edition of Science Advances.
Jean Gehricke’s research is revealing similarities between the two disorders and suggesting new treatment approaches
Anatomical variant could promote stagnation of blood, forming clots that migrate
Christine and Gordon McLaren’s research advances are improving the prognosis for a hereditary blood-iron overload disorder
Center unites multidisciplinary experts in drug discovery effort
A learning technique that maximizes the brain’s ability to make and store memories may help overcome cognitive issues seen in fragile X syndrome, a leading form of intellectual disability, according to UC Irvine neurobiologists.
Four UC Irvine researchers in the areas of medicine, computer science, biological sciences and physics have been made fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the world’s largest general scientific society.