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mental health

Roxane Cohen Silver standing in front of theater seats.

Exploring tragedy’s aftereffects

Twists of fate influenced Roxane Cohen Silver’s groundbreaking work

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Exploring psychosis, stigma, inclusion and well-being

Jason Schiffman shares his wide-ranging expertise on the UCI Podcast during Mental Health Awareness Month

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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

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Dr. Robert McCarron shares UCI program success with Congressional committee

Train New Trainers Primary Care Fellowships expand delivery

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

The Susan Samueli Integrative Health Institute.

3 tips for a healthier 2024

UCI’s Susan Samueli Integrative Health Institute offers helpful, achievable advice

Photograph of Roxane Cohen Silver, UCI Distinguished Professor of psychological science, medicine and public health
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UCI Podcast: Managing media intake amid traumatic times

Roxane Cohen Silver on how graphic images from catastrophic events depicted in the news may affect health

Diego A. Pizzagalli

Diego A. Pizzagalli named founding director of UC Irvine depression research institute

Harvard researcher to build world-class, transdisciplinary program

The Be Well OC Mobile Crisis Response Team standing in front of the Be Well OC van.

New program will provide prompt mental health support at UC Irvine

Campus is partnering with Be Well OC Mobile Crisis Response Team

Tallie Z. Baram

UCI awarded grant to study sex-specific brain pathway responses to stress

UCI has been awarded a five-year, $3.5 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to study the sex-specific differences in circuits that connect the brain’s stress and reward centers. Building on the earlier discovery of how brain circuit operation is disrupted by exposure to early-life adversity, researchers will study the emergence of gender as […]