UCLA antidepressants

Brain wave recordings predict whether antidepressants will work

UCLA study finds noninvasive method that may help speed relief from the disorder.

UC San Francisco's Edward Chang was among the grant recipients in the latest round of awards from the federal BRAIN Initiative.

UC scientists awarded more than $9 million from federal BRAIN Initiative

Recipients include 14 UC research teams from five campuses.

UC Irvine Mars hero

Travel to Mars, risk dementia

Study raises questions about long-term brain health after extended spaceflights.

Google UC Santa Cruz

The more you Google, the more likely you are to keep Googling

"Let me Google that for you" may not be so good for us after all.

UC Riverside window to the brain

International ‘Window to the Brain’ research team gathers at UC Riverside

Scientists from the U.S. and Mexico are working to make their therapeutic transparent skull implant a reality for patients with brain disorders.

UC San Diego teen brain

Ever wonder what the teen brain is thinking?

A landmark national survey of emotional, cognitive and social development among adolescents is now underway.

Lizbeth Nunez UC Berkeley

Farmworker’s daughter looks to a future in brain science

Undocumented student Lizbeth Nuñez arrives at UC Berkeley to advance neurobiology — and honor her mother's sacrifices.

Dr. Christopher Giza examines Kennedy Dierk, 14, at the UCLA Steve Tisch BrainSport Clinic. A new survey shows most parents rely on outdated advice when caring for kids with concussions.

Most parents likely to follow outdated concussion advice

UCLA survey shows majority of parents are apt to heed advice that could worsen symptoms for kids with concussions.

UCLA jump-start coma

UCLA scientists jump-start a man’s brain after coma

New noninvasive technique may lead to low-cost therapy for patients with severe brain injury.

Football UCLA MRI CTE

MRI scans may be able to diagnose CTE in living patients

Disease from chronic head trauma, known for affecting football players, has been confirmable only in autopsies — until now.

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