University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
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People at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California Los Angeles
PhD Candidate at UCLA
Director of Pediatric Otolaryngology and a Professor of Head and Neck Surgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
UCLA academic plastic surgeon and a clinician with his own cosmetic clinic.
Assistant Research Professor at UCLA
Assistant Professor at David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
Associate project scientist in Crooks’ lab at UCLA.
Vice President Communications at Stand Up To Cancer and former Communications Director at UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center.
Professor in Department of Psychology, UCLA
Professor of Human Genetics & Biostatistics at UCLA
Assistant Professor at UCLA Life Sciences and David Geffen School of Medicine; Post doctor fellow at Verdin Lab, Buck Institute
Endocrinologist and Professor of Medicine at the UCLA.
Professor at University of California, Los Angeles.
Gerontology researcher at University of California at Los Angeles and author of The Longevity Diet, The Anti-Aging Plan and Beyond the 120 Year Diet
Associate Professor in Department of Integrative Biology and Physiology at UCLA.
Assistant Professor in Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the UCLA.
Professor and Director of UCLA Mobile Eye Clinic.
Professor of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine at UCLA.
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) News
Yellow-bellied squirrels stop ageing process while hibernating every year
Technology Networks - 08-Mar-2022
Organ preservation and life extension is possible when humans could also hibernateRead more...
One-time stem cell therapy activates brain's self-repair process
Drug Target Review - 22-Apr-2021
Cell therapy repairs brain damage from dementia and stroke in mice, soon to begin human trialsRead more...
Ultrasound therapy restores consciousness in coma patients
New Atlas - 28-Jan-2021
Low intensity ultrasonic stimulation of brain successfully worked on 2 more patientsRead more...
Microneedle- delivered stem cells to boost wound healing
New Atlas - 09-Jun-2020
Findings open up new possibilities for personalized regenerative medicineRead more...
Curing prostate cancer with ultra sound waves
Independent - 02-Dec-2019
Approved for clinical use in Europe - can be done as an outpatient procedureRead more...
You don’t even need to have eyes for this bionic eye to work
OneZero - 18-Nov-2019
Brain implant is composed of 60 electrodes which sit on the visual cortexRead more...
Leukocyte telomere length found to be linked to DNA methylation (DNAm)
News Medical - 02-Sep-2019
Yet more evidence that hallmarks of ageing are inter-related, not standalone actionsRead more...
Mini-thymus used to produce and train T cells
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 21-Jan-2019
Able to regenerate ageing immune system, and reduce cost of immunotherapyRead more...
Telomeres Do Not Translate Into A Younger Biologic Age
Institute For Aging Research - 31-Jan-2018
TERT is a subunit of the enzyme telomerase. DNA methylation age is a biomarker of chronological ...Read more...
Cataract Surgery May Prolong Your Life
New York Times - 04-Dec-2017
60 percent lower risk of death each year if cataracts removed. Reduced risk of death from cardio...Read more...
Blind Patients to Test Bionic Eye Brain Implants
MIT Technology Review - 18-Sep-2017
The company, Second Sight, is launching a clinical trial for a brain implant designed to restore...Read more...
Biologists slow ageing process in fruit flies
IB Times - 07-Sep-2017
As people age, their mitochondria often become damaged - damaging the cells where any build-up oc...Read more...
Artificial Thymus to Create Cancer-Fighting Cells
UCLA - 10-Apr-2017
T-cells mature within this gland. People with some types of cancer are not getting the biologica...Read more...
Removing mutated DNA from mitochondria to turn back the aging clock
Caltech - 18-Nov-2016
Hundreds to thousands of mitochondria per cell each carrying its own mtDNA. mtDNA has limited re...Read more...
First flu affects lifetime risk
BBC - 11-Nov-2016
Research finds there are only two types of hemagglutinin protein on surface of influenza A virus....Read more...
Epigenetic clock predicts life expectancy
United Press International - 28-Sep-2016
Study led UCLA analyzed over 13,000 blood samples. Aging of blood calculated by tracking DNA alt...Read more...
Meditation might slow the age-related loss of gray matter in the brain
UCLA - 05-Feb-2015
Since 1970, life expectancy around the world has risen dramatically, with people living more than...Read more...