News in 2011

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Glucosamine-like supplement suppresses multiple sclerosis attacks

September 30, 2011
A glucosamine-like dietary supplement suppresses the damaging autoimmune response seen in multiple sclerosis, according to a UC Irvine study. UC...

How does ‘Contagion’ play for O.C. experts?

Dr. Kristi Koenig
September 30, 2011
IN THE NEWS: The Orange County Register reports that a group of infectious disease and emergency specialists from UC Irvine and the Orange County...

Do you see stars when you hit your head?

September 30, 2011
IN THE NEWS: The website Gizmodo recently asked UC Irvine neuro-opthalmologist Dr. Robert Wade Crow why people tend to see stars when struck on the...

Diabetics’ coronary calcium levels strongly linked to heart attack risk

Nathan Wong UCI Professor Of Medicine
September 26, 2011
Notable levels of calcium buildup in coronary arteries can be strong predictors of heart attacks and strokes in people with diabetes and metabolic...

Dr. Stamos to lead colon and rectal surgery board

Dr. Michael Stamos
September 23, 2011
Orange, Calif, Sept. 23, 2011 — UC Irvine’s Michael J. Stamos, MD, has been installed as president of the American Board of Colon and...

Dr. Randall to discuss ovarian cancer

Dr. Leslie Randall
September 21, 2011
Dr. Leslie Randall, assistant professor of gynecologic oncology, will appear this week on Healthy OC to discuss ovarian cancer awareness, treatment...

Savoring life anew

Philippe Caupain, co-owner of Bruxie, was saved from sepsis after he was transferred to UC Irvine Medical Center.
September 18, 2011
Philippe Caupain puts the Belgian in Belgian waffle. The Brussels native is the seasoned chef behind the crisp and yeasty waffles that have been...

Brushing past ovarian cancer

September 18, 2011
Alice Hernandez-Gaona had no doubt: 2010 was shaping up to be the best year of her life. Her first foray into art shows culminated in an...

Counting her blessings

September 18, 2011
When Angie Tran-Bloom and Steven Bloom learned they were expecting triplets, their biggest concern was delivering three healthy babies. They never...

UC Irvine to create medical business/technology incubator

Cochlear Implant Prototype
September 16, 2011
In its ongoing effort to foster economic growth through innovation, UC Irvine is establishing a new technology company incubator and reaching out...