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Smiling woman standing in front of plants. says Jung-Ah Lee, professor and associate dean for diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging at UC Irvine’s Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing.

UC Irvine nursing professor is inducted into Sigma Theta Tau international hall of fame

Jung-Ah Lee’s geriatric care research aims to improve family caregivers’ quality of life

Adriana Briscoe, UC Irvine professor of ecology and evolutionary biology with a blue butterfly on her hand.

UC Irvine’s Adriana Briscoe is elected to the National Academy of Sciences

Renowned biologist is among 144 diverse recipients of prestigious award this year

Roxane Cohen Silver

Roxane Cohen Silver elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences

Renowned scholar recognized as international expert in the field of stress and coping

From left, Jenny Yang, Daniel Guillen, Tim Tait and Filipp Furche.

4 UC Irvine researchers are elected AAAS fellows

Scholars are honored for their efforts to advance science or its applications

Susanne Phillips

UC Irvine professor of nursing to receive national award for policy advocacy

Susanne Phillips has improved healthcare access, role of advanced practice RNs

Wang Feng and Gene Tsudik are named 2024 Guggenheim Fellows

UC Irvine scholars are among 188 recipients of prestigious award this year

From left: Bernadette Boden-Albala, Dyonne Bergeron and Tamara Inoue

Formidable females

UCI’s ‘kickass women’ define excellence in leadership

Quinton Smith

Boosting health equity with organ avatars

UCI engineer named one of Popular Science’s Brilliant 10 for using lab-grown blood vessels to benefit marginalized groups

UC Irvine researcher receives award from his homeland, the Republic of Cyprus

Kyriacos Athanasiou was honored for his pioneering contributions in biomedical engineering

Guann-Pyng (G.P.) Li (left), UCI professor of electrical engineering and computer science, and David Reinkensmeyer, UCI professor of anatomy and neurobiology and mechanical and aerospace engineering.

2 UCI researchers named fellows by National Academy of Inventors

G.P. Li and David Reinkensmeyer recognized for beneficial innovations