Virtual village can empower vulnerable groups of people
UC Riverside-led study focused on older people living with HIV during the pandemic
A shot in the arm
UC Riverside experts answer questions on Americans needing just one COVID-19 booster vaccine each year
UC Riverside experts discuss disease symptoms, vaccines, and anxiety management
Is it time to wear a highly efficient medical grade facemask?
UC Riverside experts weigh in
O my, here’s Omicron
UC Riverside experts share their thoughts on the new COVID-19 variant
Deafness trumps HIV for deaf people living with HIV
UC Riverside-led study participants advocate for collection of more data on deaf individuals
How concerned should we be about the Delta variant?
UC Riverside experts share their thoughts
This is the dawning of the age of the vaccine passport
The vaccine passport is coming. The likelihood of a “passport” being required — or perhaps just requested — for travel, and to return to school and work, seems a certainty. New York state is testing a smartphone app that would verify vaccine status for entry into events. IBM is developing...
What UC Riverside scientists have to say about vaccines, variants, and antibodies
Immunity generated by vaccination is better than immunity from an actual infection, says an expert
Experts weigh in on whether COVID-19 is here to stay
COVID-19 is far from beaten. Vaccines may not be the ultimate panacea to haul us out of the pandemic crisis. In the future, will outbreaks of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, arrive in waves every winter? Might COVID-19 never go away? Experts at the University of California, Riverside, weigh...
Should we be double masking?
UC Riverside epidemiologist answers this and other questions in Q&A
Are people living with HIV more isolated during the pandemic?
A UC Riverside-led study, funded by Merck, is set to find out
Tips for celebrating the holiday season during a pandemic
Meeting virtually with people outside your household is safest, says UC Riverside epidemiologist
Too much hype, too soon?
The news arrived Monday that the world has been awaiting since spring: a vaccine has been developed that shows a high degree of efficacy in late-stage trials: 90%. That puts it in the company of effective vaccines such as for measles, and well beyond what the medical community hoped for...
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
Epidemiologist answers questions on COVID-19 ranging from grocery store visits to wearing masks and gloves
Brandon Brown is an associate professor in the Center for Healthy Communities in the School of Medicine
Epidemiologist answers common questions about coronavirus
Brandon Brown is an associate professor in the School of Medicine at UC Riverside
Study links individual HPV types to HIV infection
UC Riverside-led study finds persons with any HPV type, more than one HPV type, or high-risk HPV are more likely to test HIV positive