KEYWORD

stroke

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

Steve Anticona, an agroecological farmer and community outreach coordinator at CRECE Urban Farms, provides a farm tour to participants at the SERVE OC Autumn Family Wellness Festival.

Family-based heart health

UCI research program weighs benefits of new approach to cardiac fitness in local communities

Bernadette Boden-Albala, director of UCI’s Program in Public Health and founding dean of the planned School of Population and Public Health.

Bernadette Boden-Albala to be honored for contributions in addressing stroke inequities

UC Irvine Program in Public Health director and founding dean wins 2024 Kenton Award

UCI Health stroke patients to participate in dynamic, music-focused rehab workshop

UC Irvine music students will join UK’s Royal Philharmonic in Strokestra program

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

Popular weight loss medication may benefit 93 million U.S. adults, UC Irvine study found

Semaglutide medication may also prevent heart attack, stroke

Man in looking at camera

UC Irvine-led study reveals first clear link between chronic kidney disease and stroke risk

Reducing renal disease may ultimately improve brain health

UCI study shows in-home therapy effective for stroke rehabilitation

A multisite US clinical trial compared home-based telerehabilitation program with traditional in-clinic rehabilitation therapy

Stroke of the Future

In 20 years, stem cells, genetics and robotics will get patients back on their feet after a blood clot in the brain

Flipped Reality

Prism goggles trick the brain into rewiring the visual cortex, providing insight into its plasticity