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Annual Comprehensive Ophthalmology Review Course
8th Annual Western Interventional Next Gen Symposium (WINGS)
UCLA Advanced Lung Disease and Lung Transplantation Symposium
UCLA Orbital Center and Skull Base Program - Master's Symposium and Dissection Workshop
10th Annual UCLA-Mellinkoff GI and Hepatology Symposium
28th Annual Cool Topics in Neonatology Conference
47th Annual UCLA State-of-the-Art Urology Conference
15th Annual UCLA Liver Diseases Symposium
I3T Theme Seminar - "BCL6 Controls the Endothelial Pro-Inflammatory Response" - Nicole Valenzuela, PhD
UCLA Joint Seminar in Neuroscience - "How Does the Brain Figure Out the Structure of Problems" - Timothy Behrens, M.Eng., D.Phil
Center for Neurobehavioral Genetics Journal Club - "Polygenic Risk for Depression, Anxiety and Neuroticism Are Associated with the Severity and Rate of Change in Depression Symptoms Across Adolescence" - Marcelo Francia
OHRC Musculoskeletal Research Seminar Series - "How to Activate a Stem Cell: Uncovering Early Transcriptional and Post-Translational Events Driving Skeletal Muscle Regeneration" - Albert Ernesto Almada, PhD
Renal Grand Rounds - "Hypomagnesemia: Tubolopathies and Their Causes" - Jiten Mehta, DO
Stress, Trauma, and Resilience Seminar - "Keeping Kids Safe: Prevention of Child Sexual Abuse" - Marisa Faynsod, LCSW
Anesthesiology Grand Rounds - "Delirium Demystified: Diagnosis, Definitions & Decisions" - Paul S. García, MD, PhD
Urology Grand Rounds - "R4 Research Updates" - John Sigalos, MD, Thomas Gaither, MD, & Peter Muraki, MD
Surgery Grand Rounds - "Pediatric Heart Surgery" - Ming-Sing Si, MD
Obstetrics & Gynecology Grand Rounds - "Stem Cells in Reproductive Medicine" - Amander Clark, PhD
Medicine Grand Rounds - "Progress in the Pathogenesis and Treatment of the Inflammatory Bowel Disease" - Bruce E. Sands, MD, MS
Global Immunotalks - "Immunological Uniqueness of Brain Borders" - Jonathan Kipnis, PhD
Neurology Grand Rounds - "Progressive MS: The Next Frontier" - Stephen Hauser, MD
UCLA CTSI Distinguished Speaker Seminar - Cancer Theme - "New Insights into Metabolic Regulation of the Epigenome" - Kathryn Wellen, PhD
Integrative Center for Neurogenetics Seminar (ICNG) - "Neural Mechanisms Mediating Social Attachment in Health and Disease" - Devanand S. Manoli, MD, PhD
UCLA JCCC Thursday Research Seminar- "Integrating genetic testing into routine cancer care" - Beth Karlan, MD
UCLA Bioengineering Seminar Series - "Anatomics: Co-Engineering Body and Machine to Improve Bionic Performance" - Tyler Clites, PhD
MBI Research Seminar - "Telomere Shortening: Why and How" - Titia de Lange, PhD
UCLA GIM-HSR Research Seminars - "The AVID Study: Addressing Structural Racism in Schools Though Academic De-Tracking" - Mitchell D. Wong, MD, PhD & Rebecca Dudovitz, MD, MSHS
Synapse to Circuit Seminar - "The Mouse Cortico-Basal Ganglia-Thalamic Network" - Nick Foster, PhD
Laboratory of Neuroendocrinology Seminar (LNE) Series - "Neuromodulation in Songbird Sensory Circuits" - Luke Remage-Healey, PhD
Pediatrics Grand Rounds - "The Evidence-Based Evaluation of Febrile Infants 60 Days and Younger" - Nathan Kuppermann, MD, MPH
UCLA Center for Autism Research and Treatment - "Neuronal Connectivity in TSC as a Model for Neurodevelopmental Disorders" - Mustafa Sahin, MD, PhD
Bioinformatics/ Human Genetics Seminar Series - "Deriving Network Parameters for Understanding Drug Effects" - Jennifer Wilson, PhD
Cardiovascular Seminar - "Sodium Channelopathies: Distinct Phenotypes, Common Mechanisms, and Towards Shared Therapies" - Manu Ben-Johny, PhD
Tarjan Center Lecture Series - "Treating Severe Behavior or Psychiatric Crisis in Autistics Admitted to Emergency Medical or Inpatient Psychiatric Settings: It Is More Than Just Reducing Behavior" - Jill Fodstad, PhD, HSPP, BCBA-D
I3T Seminar Series 2021-22 - "Innate Immune Mechanisms of Acute Kidney Injury" - Dianne McKay, MD
Surgery Grand Rounds - "How Regenerative Medicine is Changing the Treatment of Inflammatory Bowel Disease" - Amy Lightner, MD
Renal Grand Rounds - "Prescribing Home Hemodialysis: It's just like PD" - Joel Glickman, MD
Medicine Grand Rounds - "End of Life Option Act" - Neil Wenger, MD
Urology Grand Rounds - "Resident Case Presentation" - Vadim Osadchiy, MD, Grace Sollender, MD, et al.
Neurology Grand Rounds - "Reimaging and Rescoping Academic Neurology" - Frances Jensen, MD, FACP
JCCC Research Seminar - "Autophagy in the Tumor Microenvironment" - Hilary Coller, PhD
Pediatrics Grand Rounds - "Genetics" - Bianca Russell, MD
HETSS & Rangell Social Medicine Grand Rounds - "The Fundamental Cause Theory of Health Inequalities: An Overview & Application" - Bruce Link, PhD
Pathology Grand Rounds - "Update on the Pathology of Myeloid Neoplasms" - Daniel Arber, MD
ICNG - "Analysis of Genomic Copy Number Variation and Their Interaction With Polygenic Risk Scores Across Psychiatric Disorders" - Marieke Klein, PhD
UCLA Brain Mapping Center - "The Disconnectome" - Michel Thiebaut de Schotten, PhD, HDR, CNRS
Drop-In Statistcal Consults at UCLA
Biostatistical consultations are available at UCLA and appointments can be arranged at LA BioMed and Cedars-Sinai.
Seeking Clinical Trials Assistant
The Assistant will provide vital support to clinical trials team with such tasks as picking up and delivering samples, transferring drugs from investigational pharmacy to infusion centers, creating lab kits, keeping track and of and updating patient schedules, entering study data, scanning documents and providing overall administrative assistance as needed. Provide special assistance to the Principal Investigator, data manager and coordinators as needed, to prepare data for publication and interim analyses. This is a student position.
IRACDA Research and Teaching Postdoc Fellowship - Online Information Session on Feb. 1
We are hosting an online Information Session about IRACDA Postdoc Fellowship Program at UCLA on February 1, 9AM PST.
Do you have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)?
Participate in our research study on decision-making in OCD.
UCLA Memory Study for Participants with Memory Impairment Between 55-90 Years of Age
UCLA Memory Study for Participants with Memory Impairment Between 55-90 Years of Age
Chronic Hookah and Cigarette Smoking Study ($200)
UCLA is conducting research to study the comparative effects of chronic hookah and cigarette smoking on blood vessel function
The impact of sinus surgery in the era of highly effective modulator therapy
Dr. Daniel Beswick and associates from the Department of Head and Neck Surgery at UCLA are conducting a research study regarding the longstanding sinus disease (also known as chronic rhino sinusitis), which is very common in individuals with cystic fibrosis.
Volunteers Needed for a Depression Research Study using Neurostimulation
If you have been diagnosed with depression, are unmedicated or on stable antidepressant medication, are between 18-65 years old, and are able to receive a brain scan, you may be eligible to participate in a depression research study that uses transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS), a non-invasive neuromodulation therapy, which is sometimes shown to reduce depressive symptoms.
Research Study for Women With Regular and Irregular Menstrual Cycles
Dr. Daniel Dumesic and his research team from the UCLA Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology are conducting a study to learn more about endocrine and metabolic conditions in women.
Oral Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Study
Dr. Abie Mendelsohn, MD, FACS, in the UCLA Department of Head and Neck Surgery is looking for HEALTHY male volunteers, 45 to 65 years of age, who have never been diagnosed with Oral Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) infection.
Research Study on E-Cigarette Smokers and Hookah Smokers (up to $225)
UCLA Research Study: Short Term Effects of Vaping on Blood Vessel Function
Is Your Patient Having Trouble Taking Their HIV Medication Consistently?
UCLA is conducting a study for people living with HIV to determine if long- acting, monthly injectable treatment medications will be more successful at keeping the viral load undetectable than is the “standard’ daily oral treatment medications for people who have difficulty taking pills every day for HIV.
Healthy Women Volunteers: Ferumoxytol-Enhanced Cardiac MRI Research Study
Healthy women volunteers needed for a research study improving MRI for women with ischemic heart disease
Treatment for Anxiety and Depression
The ADRC is currently conducting a study specifically examining the effectiveness of two different types of therapy for individuals with anxiety, depression, and stress.
Filipina & Mexican Women Invited to Participate!
Effects of Stress, Discrimination, & Weight (EARN UP TO $675!!)
Women & the Microbiome ($225!!)
**Looking for Low Stress Individuals!**
Participate in paid OBGYN research study about vaginal pain
This is a research study about vestibulodynia, a condition where women feel pain at the opening of the vagina. They feel this pain regularly when there is pressure in the vagina – pressure from using tampons and/or pressure from sexual activity. If you choose to be in the study, you will have a total of four study visits in-person at UCLA Medical Plaza over a six-month time period. Each study visit is 1-2 hours long. You will be randomized into one of 4 treatment groups. Each group will receive a different combination of active and inactive (placebo) medications to take during the study.
Clinical Study: At-home treatment device for Major Depressive Disorder
The UCLA Neuromodulation division at the UCLA Semel Institute is currently seeking participants for a study to evaluate a new at-home treatment device for individuals suffering from Major Depressive Disorder. Participants will receive daily brain stimulation treatments and complete mood surveys over the course of the study.
Took a COVID test recently? Earn up to $100/make a difference by taking surveys online!
The CDC-funded INSPIRE project, led by Dr. Joann Elmore, is seeking volunteers for an online study.
A5321: A Study for People Living with HIV with Low-Level Viremia
UCLA enrolling a clinical trial for persons living with HIV to evaluate why people continue to intermittently have low values for viral load taking anti-HIV drugs.
New Phase I Clinical Trial for HIV+ Individuals Who Are Undetectable
UCLA now enrolling in a clinical trial to evaluate the safety, tolerability, and efficacy of IL-15 in people living with HIV.
UCLA Enrolling People Living with HIV for Hepatitis B Vaccine Study
UCLA’s CARE Center seeking to enroll HIV-positive to investigate if a recently approved HEPATITIS B VACCINE may work better than the standard vaccines
Iris Cantor - UCLA Women’s Health Center/CTSI 2022 Pilot Funding Opportunities
Submissions are now open for the Iris Cantor - UCLA Women's Health Center/CTSI Pilot Awards for 2022. You can see the funding announcement for RFP's on the CTSI website at https://ctsi.ucla.edu/funding/pages/iris-cantor.