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07/20/2015

Researchers at UCLA’s Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior and Fielding School of Public Health are participating in a new nationwide, multi-center study of preschool and school-aged children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) to identify non-invasive biological markers — or biomarkers — that could help physicians diagnose and track ASD as well as assess treatments in autism patients.

07/21/2015

UCLA Health’s hospitals in Westwood and Santa Monica have been named to U.S. News and World Report’s 2015-2016 Best Hospitals Honor Roll. UCLA, which previously ranked No. 5 in the country, tied for No. 3 this year.

07/22/2015

Two years ago, Rachel Greenberg of Marina del Rey went out to run a few errands. While she was gone, her husband Glenn suffered a massive brain hemorrhage. He was immediately taken to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center where physicians explained he had suffered the worst kind of brain bleed.

07/22/2015

Everybody grieves the death of a loved one, and the process helps most mourners adjust to their loss.

07/23/2015

UCLA's Center for Cerebral Palsy turns therapy into summer fun

07/28/2015

Phase I/II clinical trial to enroll 10 patients with an immunodeficiency disorder at three different U.S. locations

07/28/2015

Enzyme-linked immunosorbant assay, or ELISA, is a diagnostic tool that identifies antigens such as viruses and bacteria in blood samples.

07/29/2015

The UCLA department of neurosurgery ranks No. 2 in the nation in scholarly research, according to a recent paper evaluating the impact of published articles in the field.

07/30/2015

UCLA study finds low-income teens and teens of color less likely to have positive social support

07/30/2015

In a study conducted at UCLA, five men who had been completely paralyzed were able to move their legs in a rhythmic motion thanks to a new, noninvasive procedure that stimulates the spinal cord.

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