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Mahtab Jafari recently conducted a survey to learn about the mental health of students, the tools they use to cope with stress and their perceptions toward assistance they receive from their academic institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UCI School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences receives record $8 million in research funding for fiscal 2020-21
From designing new ways to treat childhood cancers to developing faster tests for COVID-19, the UC Irvine School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences faculty are impacting our communities on a local and global scale.
When the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) hosted its annual meeting from July 19 through July 22, several UC Irvine School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences (SPPS) faculty presented their recent work.
Diabetes is a growing epidemic, especially in the Hispanic community, and while increased prescribing of anti-diabetic medications to delay, manage and reduce the disease is justified, it can also add a further layer of regimen complexity that may have a negative effect on adherence.
A passion for science and intellectual humility describes the spirit that Brian Paegel embodies as he pushes through new drug discovery technology development at the UC Irvine School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences.
The two researchers developed a nucleic acid detection system, named REVEALR, which offers an easy-to-use point-of-care platform that has a one-hour turnaround time and avoids the need for expensive instrumentation.
In a recent study published in Nature Communications Biology, Amal Alachkar worked collaboratively with an interdisciplinary group that included UCI School of Medicine Senior Associate Dean and Professor Geoff Abbott and Distinguished Professor Pierre Baldi in the School of Information and Computer Sciences.
A multidisciplinary team of UCI professors has received a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation to develop new molecular tools to identify ribonucleic acids essential in learning and memory formation.
Professor John Chaput received the Athalie Clarke Achievement Award on Tuesday, June 22, 2021. Chaput is the inaugural recipient from the UC Irvine School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, which was officially established as a school in July 2020.
How life came to be homochiral is a central problem in developing theories of life’s chemical origins. In a recent study in Nature Chemistry, scientists at UC Irvine and Scripps Research uncovered an interesting property of cell membranes that might provide clues as to how homochirality emerged on the early earth.
Age increases the likelihood of hospitalization and poor outcomes for COVID-19 patients with such preexisting conditions as heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, asthma, kidney disease and diabetes, according to a recent study led by UCI researchers.
Pharmacists improve vaccination acceptability and rates in the Asia-Pacific region, according to a recent study published online in the Journal of the American Pharmacists Association.