David Geffen School of Medicine 2019 Graduation Ceremony
David L. Rimoin Lecture in Education - “Hematopoietic Stem Cell Gene Therapy for Blood Cell Diseases” - Donald B. Kohn, M.D.
Date - May 31, 2019 Time - 10:00 - 11:00 AM Location - NRB Auditorium - Neuroscience Research Building
UCLA Department of Ophthalmology Annual Seminar
June 07-08, 2019
UCLA Solid Organ Transplant Symposium 2019: Celebrating the Past and Embracing the Future: UCLA’s Multidisciplinary Team Approach to Transplant
June 14, 2019
Avoiding and Treating Filler Related Complications
July 18, 2019
Aesthetic Eyelid and Facial Rejuvenation Course 2019
July 19-20, 2019
Office Gynecology / Women’s Health for Primary Care
August 08-11, 2019
Fourth Annual UCLA / SVS Symposium: A Comprehensive Review and Update of What's New in Vascular and Endovascular Surgery
August 24-26, 2019
24th Annual Pediatric Board Review Course / Board Prep Course
September 03-08, 2019
36th Annual UCLA Intensive Course in Geriatric Medicine & Board Review
September 10-14, 2019
Tropical Medicine Update for Savvy Clinicians
September 14, 2019
Ninth Annual Fetal Echocardiography and Fetal Cardiac Screening Symposium at UCLA: Pearls from the Masters
October 26, 2019
Meeting the Challenge of Primary Care
October 23-26, 2019
7th Annual UCLA Diabetes Symposium
November 16, 2019
BRI/Inaugural Joaquin M. Fuster Endowed Lecture- "Remembering the Past and Imagining the Future: Mechanisms and Functions" Daniel Schacter, Ph.D.
UCLA QCBio Interactive Workshop: Protein-Protein Interactions
UCLA QCBio Interactive Workshop: Variant Discovery with GATK
UCLA Joint Seminars in Neuroscience - "Spatial and Temporal Single Cell Network Alterations Induced by Traumatic Brain Injury" - Douglas Arneson
Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine Grand Rounds Presents: "OR to ICU Handoffs: More than just another Checklist!"
CTSI Distinguished Speaker Seminar: "Regulation of DNA Damage Responses and Protein Homeostasis by the Protein Kinase ATM" - Tanya Paull, PhD
Renal Grand Rounds: “Novel mechanisms of cardiovascular disease in chronic kidney disease” - Tamara Isakova, MD, MMSc
Urology Grand Rounds: "Translational Patient-Centered Outcomes Research in NMIBC" - Angela Smith, MD, MS
Human Genetics Seminar Series - “New methylation- and SNP arrays from Illumina”
Immigrant Youth Speaker Series - Family Separation: A Multidisciplinary Discussion of the Consequences of and Alternatives to the Detention of Immigrant Children
UCSF Professor on the Ebola crisis in western Africa
Building an Academic Career: Series and Steps - Junior Faculty Lecture Series
Musculoskeletal Seminar Series: "Myobundle Platform for Studying Skeletal Muscle Physiology, Regeneration, and Disease" – Nenad Bursac, PhD
Gwynne Hazen Cherry/Stephen Feig Distinguished Lecture: "A Cure Within Reach? Genomic Therapies for Sickle Cell and Thalassemia" - Alexis Thompson, MD, MPH
Author Workshop: Get credit for your peer review with Publons
UCLA QCBio Interactive Workshop: Intro to Homology Modeling
I3T Seminar - "What single‐gene Inborn Errors Reveal About Human Immunology” - Janet Markle
UCLA QCBio Interactive Workshop: Galaxy for NGS Data Analysis
UCLA Joint Seminars in Neuroscience: "Synaptic Organization of the Prefrontal Cortex" - Adam Carter, PhD
6th Annual UCLA Mattel Children's Discovery & Innovation Institute Symposium: "Novel Therapeutics"
Immigrant Health at the Border and Beyond - The Paul Torrens Health Forum
2019 Pathology Daljit S. and Elaine Sarkaria Lecture and Annual Clinical Innovation/Quality Day: "Reducing the C-Section Rate: A Quality Improvement Initiative" - Jessica Hsu, MD, MBA
Carol Kruse Memorial Lecture: "Overcoming the immunosuppressive synergy between aging, high distress levels, and unique anatomy on immunotherapy for glioblastoma" - Derek A Wainwright
Title: Carol Kruse Memorial Lecture: "Overcoming the immunosuppressive synergy between aging, high distress levels, and unique anatomy on immunotherapy for glioblastoma" - Derek A Wainwright
Date & Time: May 14, 2019 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Location: 53-105 CHS
UCLA JCCC Special Seminar - “Advancing precision cancer medicine in minority populations: gastric cancer as an example” - Luis Carvajal-Carmona, PhD
UCLA JCCC Research Seminar - “Decoupling Bidirectional Eph/ephrin Signaling in Multiple Myeloma” - Joshua P. Sasine, MD, PhD
Author Workshop: Create your Google Scholar profile!
Departments of Human Genetics and Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology: “The Ribosome Structure, the Ecdysozoa and Lophotrochozoa Phyla, and the Rings of Life: Highlights of Jim Lake’s Contributions to Biology” - Maria Rivera, PhD
Title: Departments of Human Genetics and Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology: “The Ribosome Structure, the Ecdysozoa and Lophotrochozoa Phyla, and the Rings of Life: Highlights of Jim Lake’s Contributions to Biology” - Maria Rivera, PhD
Date & Time: Jun 03, 2019 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: Gonda Building 1st Floor Conference Room, 1357
UCLA Joint Seminars in Neuroscience: "Postsynaptic Biochemical Computation in Single Dendritic Spines" - Ryohei Yasuda, PhD
“Sex, Pain and Death” - Jeffrey Mogil, PhD
CTSI Distinguished Speaker Seminar: "How the Brain Represents Objects" - Doris Tsao, PhD
ICNG: "Wired to be human: Development, evolution and dysfunction of neocortical circuits" - Nenad Sestan, MD, PhD
2019 I3T Scientific Retreat: Breakthroughs in Food Allergy
Vascular Biology Seminar Series Presents: "Innate immune signaling in epigenetic control of transdifferentiation" - John Cooke, MD, PhD
Simms/Mann: "Hydration and Cancer" - Howard Murad, MD, FAAD
UCLA CTSI K/CDA Workshop - General Registration Deadline
The UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI) will be holding an all-day workshop for junior investigators who have applied, are applying, or thinking about applying for a NIH K/Career Development Award. We are offering this special opportunity to junior faculty at the UCLA CTSI partnered institutions (Cedars-Sinai, CDU, LA Biomed Harbor-UCLA, and UCLA) to learn how to prepare successful K applications. Breakfast and lunch will be served.
Cellular Therapies Symposium II: Engineering the Future
DLAM New Facility Management Software
DLAM is pleased to announce a new Facility Management Software coming soon. ESirius 3G will include many new features including online invoicing, barcoded cage cards, integrated animal health reporting, and more.
Drop-In Consults with CTSI Grants Submission Unit
Get Help on Your Grant Application!
UPDATE: CABI Global Health Database
CABI Global Health Database canceled. Trial for CAB Direct until 7/1, please give us your feedback!
Drop-In Statistical Consults
Biostatistical consultations are available at UCLA and appointments can be arranged at LA BioMed and Cedars-Sinai.
Call for Proposals: Hirshberg Foundation for Pancreatic Cancer Research Seed Grant Program
The Hirshberg Foundation Seed Grant Program for pancreatic cancer application deadline: August 15, 2019.
UCLA Memory study for participants between 60-90 years
UCLA Memory study for participants between 60-90 years
The Habitual Diet and Avocado Trial (HAT Study) is seeking new volunteers!
Are you: -Over 25 years old? -Overweight with an elevated waist circumference (≥35 inches for women or ≥40 inches for men)? -Willing to either eat an avocado every day for 6 months, or limit avocado consumption to 2/month for the same duration? If so, you may be eligible to participate in The Healthy Avocado Trial (HAT): a paid, 6-month-long nutrition research study at the UCLA Center for Human Nutrition!
Volunteers needed for an MRI research study
We would like to offer you the opportunity to participate in Dr. Albert Thomas project titled: MR Imaging and Spectroscopy of Breast Cancer and Healthy Human Subjects that is being conducted at UCLA.
Join the UCLA Social Interactions and Health Research Study!
This is a year-long study to examine how social interactions and personal characteristics are associated with changes in health behaviors, hormones, and health.
Volunteers Wanted For Research
Nutritional Supplementation in the elderly (age 65+) with weight loss study is looking for volunteers. Up to $200 compensation.
Adult Control Volunteers (55 - 85) wanted for Early-onset Alzheimer's Disease Study
Participants will serve as healthy comparison subjects for an early-onset Alzheimer's disease study and will undergo neurocognitive tasks . The cognitive testing will include tasks to measure thinking, memory, problem solving skills, and other cognitive domains.
Families expecting their second child needed for infant development study
UCLA researchers are recruiting families with an infant less than six weeks of age. Infants must not be the firstborn child in their family and have no family history of autism. The study involves non-invasive MRI (during natural sleep), EEG, eye-tracking, and behavioral assessments in order to examine social communication skills in the first year of life. Participation in this study involves visits at 1½, 3, 6, 9, 12, 18, 24 and 36 months. Families will receive valuable feedback on their infant’s developmental progress, as well as $50 compensation for each visit and a picture of their baby's brain.
The Effect of a Healthy Snack on Body Weight and Composition
UCLA Center for Human Nutrition is seeking generally healthy volunteers 30 to 75 years of age who are overweight (BMI 27.0 to 35.0 kg/m2) and wish to participate in a weight loss research study.
Healthy and Patient Volunteers needed for an MRI research study for Type 2 Diabetes
I would like to offer you the opportunity to participate in Dr. Albert Thomas and Dr. Christine Darwin’s project titled: Non-linear Reconstruction for MR Spectroscopic Imaging of Human Calf in Diabetes that is being conducted at UCLA (IRB#13-000251).
Volunteers with Depression needed for Sleep Deprivation Study
If you are experiencing moderate-to-severe depression for at least six months and are between 20-64 years old, you may be eligible to participate in a total sleep deprivation study at UCLA.
Volunteers with Depression needed for tDCS Study
If you have been diagnosed with depression, are unmedicated or on stable antidepressant medication, are between 18-55 years old, and are able to receive a brain scan, you may be eligible to participate in a depression research study using neurostimulation.
Volunteers needed for an MRI research study
I would like to offer you the opportunity to participate in Dr. Albert Thomas project titled: Investigation of Sleep Apnea using Accelerated MR Spectroscopic Imaging Study that is being conducted at UCLA (IRB#18-000272).
Call for Applications: Tumor Immunology Training Program NIH Grant
The UCLA Tumor Immunology Training Program serves the UCLA community by providing a sound structure for integrating training in cellular and molecular immunology with clinical oncology. Our training program encourages trainees to develop and/or apply novel biological and molecular immunological technologies to prevent, diagnose and treat human cancers, or to use experimental tumor model systems to investigate the role and mechanism of fundamental biological host-tumor immune processes.