New study suggests that readily available PET scanning could enable a whole-body analysis of the effects of systemic STING-activating therapy in humans, potentially providing a diagnostic tool to guide clinical development of this treatment approach.
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UCLA researchers use artificial intelligence tools to speed critical information on drug overdose deaths
Fast data processing of overdose deaths, which have increased in recent years, is crucial to developing a rapid public health response. But the system now in place lacks precision and takes months. To correct that, UCLA researchers have developed an...
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The four-year award, part of the NIH’s BRAIN Initiative, will support the design, manufacturing and distribution of two types of new "miniscopes" that will allow scientists to peer much deeper into the brain than before.
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New research led by UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center investigators suggests that new technology in development may lead to a better way to detect early-stage hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC).
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UCLA researchers and colleagues at Emory University and other research centers have combined data simulation and experimental observation to bridge a gap between two major properties of large-scale organization of the human brain – stationary and...
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UCLA Health is joining a new effort to increase the ability to quickly respond to emerging pathogens by creating the capability to detect all existing and new respiratory RNA viruses in a single test.
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The inaugural cohort of innovators has been selected to participate in UCLA Health’s new TechQuity Accelerator.
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• Just like the real thing. The stem cell–derived interneurons, which play a role in sensations like touch and pain, are indistinguishable from their real-life counterparts in the body.
• Tomorrow’s therapies. In addition...
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UCLA psychiatrist is available to comment on challenges that lie ahead of veterans after a historical year
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Dr. Elizabeta Nemeth, professor of medicine and director of the Center for Iron Disorders at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, has been awarded the 2021 William Dameshek Prize by the American Society of Hematology (ASH) for her...
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UCLA expert available to discuss colorectal cancer screening prevention, more during Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
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UCLA Health has helped drive monumental advances in the treatment of lung cancer – increasing survival rates in the nation’s leading cause of cancer deaths.
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UCLA Health infectious disease experts tout critical role mask wearing plays in limiting spread of COVID-19
With thousands of new cases logged daily and a vaccine to fight COVID-19 still in development, UCLA Health infectious disease experts are encouraging people to continue to wear masks as the best method of protecting against virus transmission.
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