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Nurse attending to a patient in a hospital room.

UCI researchers create model to calculate COVID-19 health outcomes

Free online tool helps determine whether a patient will need a ventilator or ICU care

UCI researchers develop at-home coronavirus saliva test

Low-cost device includes detection technologies housed in Shrinky Dinks children’s toy

Pacific Symphony plays at Costa Mesa’s Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall

Pacific Symphony working with UCI public health experts on COVID-19 plan

New protocols ensure safety of musicians unable to play together as an orchestra since March

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UCI Podcast: What’s next with COVID

Public health researcher Andrew Noymer discusses how the novel coronavirus will be us for a while

A UCI volunteer tests a study participant for COVID-19 and other antibodies.

Finding OC’s true COVID-19 rates

UCI antibody study finds infection prevalence seven times higher than previously estimated

Antibody screening finds COVID-19 nearly 7 times more prevalent in O.C. than thought

UCI, OC Health Care Agency lead state’s first study to widely test representative sample of residents

Population distribution can greatly impact COVID-19 spread, UCI-led study finds

Contagion disparities can affect perception of risk, demand for healthcare services

A man smokes an electronic cigarette on a gray background, blowing a stream of smoke

Early study results point to heating element in vaping and e-cig devices as cause for serious lung injuries

Nicotine, THC or Vitamin E oil may not be the primary factor in e-cig or vaping product use-associated lung injury

The study’s lead author, E. Alison Holman, UCI professor of nursing

Study links rising stress, depression in U.S. to pandemic-related losses, media consumption

UCI researchers suggest providing mental health services to those with the greatest need

Gillian Hayes vice provost of graduate education and dean of UCI’s Graduate Division talking to another woman.

Fellowships keep grad students afloat

With the pandemic limiting summer job opportunities, campus administrators provide a seasonal safety net