A research team led by scientists at the University of California, Riverside, has outlined how the Zika virus, which constituted an epidemic threat in 2016, suppresses the immune system of its host. The Zika virus, or ZIKV, spreads through mosquito bites and sexual intercourse. Currently, no approved vaccine or antivirals...
UC Riverside researchers used a powerful machine-learning approach to screen millions of chemicals to find suitable candidates
Research could lead to the design of new and better treatments to fight disease
Andrew Subica and Ann Cheney will focus their research on marginalized U.S. populations
John Franchak has long been interested in how learning a new motor skill, such as sitting or walking, changes how infants interact with their surroundings. He has now been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to pursue this research question. The four-year grant of nearly $755,000 will help...
Inland Empire Health Plan’s gift of $2.6M will create up to 23 awards designed to encourage students to practice in the region
UC Riverside and Neuroscience Education Institute partner to deliver continuing medical education nationwide
Content developed by School of Medicine for physicians and other health care professionals includes grand rounds and a journal club delivered virtually
UC Riverside-led study identifies mechanism that prevents death of neurons
Adam Godzik has been named the Bruce D. and Nancy B. Varner Presidential Endowed Chair in Cancer Research
School of Medicine faculty receive grants to increase diversity in biomedical sciences, study incentives in research, boost mental health treatment
Total funding of three grants exceeds $1.2 million
How does memory training lead to cognitive benefits? Aaron Seitz, director of the Brain Game Center for mental fitness and well-being at the University of California, Riverside, has wrestled with this question for several years. Now he and Susanne Jaeggi, an associate professor at the UC Irvine School of Education...
UC Riverside-led study highlights critical role working memory capacity plays in social distancing compliance during early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic
UC Riverside mouse study has implications for treating neuropsychiatric diseases such as ADHD and schizophrenia
A University of California, Riverside, study that sought to determine barriers to health care among Spanish-speaking Latino farmworkers in rural communities has devised an innovative health care service delivery model that addresses many challenges these communities face. The researchers, led by Ann Cheney, a medical anthropologist and assistant professor in...
UC Riverside mouse study will identify mechanisms the gene PTPN2 uses to affect gut cells
UC Riverside-led study shows inhibiting two host cell proteases can accomplish the task