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Research Identifies Link Between Genetic Makeup and Disease Risk

UCLA Health researchers analyzed a diverse patient population to determine the effect of genes on disease risk, potentially leading to custom treatment.


Biobank study reveals disease risk, heath care use among LA's diverse population

A new study of UCLA Health's large genetic biobank is giving researchers new insights into the disease risks faced by the region's diverse communities and their access to health care. 



Precision health symposium addresses advances, challenges
Daylong conference focused on diagnosing and treating pediatric genetic conditions.


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Stanford Medicine Named Winner of the 2023 Hearst Health Prize in Partnership with the UCLA Center for SMART Health
Daylong conference focused on diagnosing and treating pediatric genetic conditions.

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California Center for Rare Diseases at UCLA named a ‘Center of Excellence’ in national collaborative organization
UCLA's Center joins the National Organization for Rare Diseases to improve care, advance research, and increase awareness.


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Hearst Health Prize Judges to Headline Panel Discussion at UCLA Health Data Day
UCLA Center for SMART Health convenes national experts to address key issues in healthcare data science. 



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UCLA’s expansion of digital registry advances efficient and representative research
UCLA researchers are expanding their digital registry for depression research recruitment beyond campus into the greater Los Angeles area.  




Dr. Stanley Nelson

Identifying rare genetic diseases and helping to reinvent modern medicine
Translational genomics focuses on translating the findings of genetic research into practical applications, including diagnostics and therapies, for genetic diseases.


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Ginsburg Symposium hosts discussions about precision medicine technologies
Researchers discussed progress in treatments for genetic diseases and the ethics surrounding new technologies at a UCLA symposium.



UCLA Health receives $29 million gift to establish center in precision genomic medicine
The Ginsburg Center builds on teamwork among scientists and physicians to advance research, enhance patient care for genetic conditions.