UC Irvine epidemiologist Hoda Anton-Culver will help lead an ambitious and far-reaching statewide effort to recruit tens of thousands of patients for President Barack Obama’s million-person health study, part of his Precision Medicine Initiative.
The next generation of physicians and surgeons took the stage Friday night, Aug. 5, at the UC Irvine Health School of Medicine’s White Coat Ceremony, and thus began their journey to become doctors.
Match Day 2016: Fourth-year medical students look to the future as they learn where their careers will begin.
School of Medicine alum and current UC Irvine parent, Dr. David Lieu, MD, MBA, Class of '79, gives back as a tribute to those who helped him succeed.
If a journey of a lifetime starts with a single step, for UC Irvine Health medical students that first stride took place on the Irvine Barclay Theatre stage before friends, family and fellow classmates to receive their first physician’s white coat.
As it celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, the University of California, Irvine salutes the great achievements that built a world-class university while continuing to look toward a brilliant future. And in one significant way, that future will be realized through the vision and drive of Dr. Howard J. Federoff.
Grace Nassar was three months old when her parents were told she had nystagmus, a condition marked by uncontrollable eye movements. Worse, an underlying condition would eventually make Grace functionally blind.
UC Irvine study of plant compound’s effectiveness against bladder malignancies has yielded promising results.
With a major neurology award and $10 million in funding, Dr. Tallie Z. Baram strives to understand early-life brain development.
UC Irvine School of Medicine is about to make history. The 2013-2014 first-year medical school class will include the largest number of women ever; they will outnumber men by approximately 15 per cent. This is the first time since the school’s founding in 1896 that the gap between male and female has been this large.
Grad student Ryan Schutte’s epilepsy research has earned him a Public Impact Fellowship
Graduating medical students learn where they'll serve their residencies