UCI Grad Student Aims to Save the Planet One Small Enzyme at a Time
UCI Grad Student Aims to Save the Planet One Small Enzyme at a Time
Forming a New Bridge to Recovery
UCI Researchers are Using Robot-Assisted Therapies to Help Patients Regain Movement after a Stroke
UCI Scientist and Cello Player Dominique Ingato Uses Nanotechnology to Design a Better Future for Leukemia Patients
UCI Scientist and Cello Player Dominique Ingato Uses Nanotechnology to Design a Better Future for Leukemia Patients
UCI Scientist and Cello Player Dominique Ingato Uses Nanotechnology to Design a Better Future for Leukemia Patients
UCI Scientist and Cello Player Dominique Ingato Uses Nanotechnology to Design a Better Future for Leukemia Patients
Pitch perfect: UCI’s Mallory Hinks places second in UC-wide Grad Slam finals
Pitch perfect: UCI’s Mallory Hinks places second in UC-wide Grad Slam finals
Explores How Humans Can Become a More Responsible Part of the Food Cycle
Explores How Humans Can Become a More Responsible Part of the Food Cycle
2015 Grad Slam Winner Ashley Fong is in the Pursuit of Mending Hearts
UC Irvine Ph.D. candidate and recent Grad Slam winner, Ashley Fong is working towards being able to use stem cells for new advance treatment options for heart disease.
From Italy to Irvine, Graduate Scholar is Poised to Revolutionize the Future of Dams and Levees as We know it…
From Italy to Irvine, Graduate Scholar is Poised to Revolutionize the Future of Dams and Levees as We know it...
Cathery Yeh’s Academic Journey is a Family Affair
Cathery Yeh’s Academic Journey is a Family Affair
Sharine Wittkopp Getting to the Heart of the Air Pollution Dilemma
Sharine Wittkopp Getting to the Heart of the Air Pollution Dilemma
Bri McWhorter
Bri has always believed that acting is her soul’s food and cannot imagine a better life than spending her time bringing stories to life...
Amanda Janesick
A simple “whim” leads to a passion for developmental biology
Jiawen Li
Doctoral candidate's current research focuses on how Optical Coherence Tomography, or ‘OCT’, a light-based imaging technique that can be be used for non-invasive early diagnosis of disease.
Katie Dingeman-Cerda
UC Irvine recipient of the prestigious 2012 Fletcher Jones Fellowship, holds community engagement front and center in her research.
Natalia Milovantseva
Natalia Milovantseva - a doctoral candidate, links ideas with the real word; She is a Fulbright 2012 Scholar researching ways to eliminate e-Waste.
Emmanuel Yaw Dotsey
Emmanuel Yaw Dotsey
James Weatherall
James Weatherall
Joel Ross
Joel Ross
Robert Aneyci
Robert Aneyci
Melissa Malvaez
Melissa Malvaez
Carrie Carmody
Carrie Carmody
Alyssa Whitby Chamberlain
Alyssa Whitby Chamberlain
Nayssan Safavian
Nayssan Safavian
2012 Public Impact Fellows
A Diverse Group of Scholars Making A Difference
Payel Chowdhury
Payel Chowdhury
Erik Tollerud Spotlight
Spotlight on Erik Tollerud