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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

Alison Holman Professor, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Nurse Faculty Scholar, UC Irvine Sue & Bill Gross School of Nursing

Avoiding media-fueled psychological distress

UC Irvine-led experts call for public education about risks of exposure to graphic images, such as those from Israel-Hamas war

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

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

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 […]

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UCI and IUSD experts featured at Mental Health Resources for Parents forum

The University of California, Irvine recently hosted the “Mental Health Resources for Parents” panel discussion featuring campus and Irvine Unified School District experts to provide insights for parents into how to support their children’s mental health. Growing up is a difficult process and helping kids smoothly navigate the many changes they encounter is always challenging. […]

Tallie Z. Baram

Early-life stress can disrupt maturation of brain’s reward circuits, promoting disorders

UC Irvine discovery offers new therapeutic target for treating mental illness

Research participants were shown three five-minute, 360-degree videos of urban environments: one depicting a parklike setting, the second consisting of a street view with green space, and the third featuring a street view without green space.

UCI-led study finds virtual green space exposure beneficial to pregnant women

Parklike setting was most effective in reducing physiological and affective stress

Roxane Cohen Silver

NSF supports research studying how Russia’s invasion of Ukraine affects Americans

Roxane Cohen Silver leads UCI team awarded a RAPID grant to begin survey

E. Alison Holman

Understanding the health effects of collective trauma

Research by Alison Holman finds negative mental, physical outcomes possible even if you weren’t there