IN THE NEWS
Nobel laureate Randy Schekman to be keynote speaker at UCLA College commencement UCLA Newsroom - March 03, 2014 Randy Schekman, Nobel laureate, and undergraduate alumnus of UCLA Life Sciences, will be this year's keynote speaker at UCLA College commencement
Nanotech methods that use tissue-penetrating light to fight cancer. Nanowerk - February 28, 2013 Fuyu Tamanoi, professor of Microbiology, Immunology and Molecular Genetics, together with UCLA biochemist, Jeffrey Zink, and other colleagues, have discovered a new nanotechnology method to fight cancer with tissue-penetrating light.
Therapy for your marriage — without the therapy UCLA Newsroom - February 25, 2014 Andrew Christensen, professor of Psychology, is the lead author of a new book: "Reconcilable Differences: Rebuild Your Relationship by Rediscovering the Partner You Love — Without Losing Yourself".
Biologist, Kirk Lohmueller, awarded 2014 Sloan Research Fellowships UCLA Newsroom - February 18, 2014 Kirk Lohmueller, an assistant professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, is one of two outstanding young professors from UCLA to receive 2014 Sloan Research Fellowships.
Heritable bipolar phenotypes pinned down Medwire News - February 14, 2014 A large study led by Carrie Bearden, professor of psychology and psychiatry, has pinpointed brain and behavioural traits that are genetically influenced and associated with bipolar I disorder.
What do women want? It depends on the time of the month UCLA Newsroom - February 14, 2014 Martie Haselton, professor of Psychology, and her colleagues have recently published a landmark meta-analysis of sexual preferences at ovulation news archives
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Plant Developmental Biology Symposium– with emphasis on the seed email@example.com A plant developmental biology symposium, and a celebration of Professor Bob Goldberg’s 40 year career in plant molecular biology. Venue: Auditorium of California NanoSystems Institute (CNSI) Video Archives
Adriana Galván at TEDx Youth: Insight into the Teenage Brain
Assistant professor of Psychology, Adriana Galván, is the Director and Principal Investigator of the Developmental Neuroscience Laboratory. Dr. Galván's research focuses on the neurobiology underlying teenage behavior– such as risk-taking, exploration and thrill-seeking. Findings from her research inform policy, juvenile justice and public health issues that affect youth.
Coller receives New Idea Award from Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society has awarded Hilary Coller, Associate Professor of Molecular, Cell and Development Biology, a New Idea Award, a grant designed to identify novel research strategies with high potential for significant impact on the future of blood cancer treatments.
A Conversation with Randy Schekman, UCLA Life Sciences alumnus, winner of 2013 Nobel Prize (video)
Randy Schekman, UCLA Life Sciences undergraduate alumnus, was awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine for his discoveries of how the cell organizes its molecular transport system — basic science research that holds promise for understanding neurological and immunological disorders.