News

2016

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NOV 15Health Policy Research Institute directors are awarded $1.2 million by the California Initiative to Advance Precision Medicine to develop more effective ways for prostate cancer patients and their physicians to customize treatment.
SEP John Billimek, PhD, has been selected to receive the 2016 School of Medicine Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching Award.

2015

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DEC A study led by John Billimek, PhD, on the gender disparities in lipid management of type 2 diabetic patients received an honorable-mention recognition for the 2015 Gibbs Leadership Prize.
NOV Joint Pediatric-Urology, HPRI and MS-BATS effort clarifies treatment options for Primary Vesicoureteral Reflux in children.
NOV 17Health Affairs Blog published Dr. Sheldon Greenfield's article titled 'Rebuilding Trust In Medicine: How the Public Can Interpret Differing Guidelines'
NOV 07The UC Irvine Mobile Food Pantry has provided food for more than 11,000 Santa Ana-area residents in its first year of operation.
AUG 14Dr. Sherrie Kaplan has been selected to receive the 2015 School of Medicine Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award.
APR 11The undergraduate diabetes research team, led by Herlinda Guzman, Jessica Colin Escobar and Karla Garcia, presented an abstract to the New England Science Symposium at Harvard Medical School.

2014

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MAY 23The undergraduate diabetes research team is awarded Outstanding Presentation distinction for third year in a row at the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) Symposium.

2013

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APR 02Some diabetes patients improve significantly as a result of coaching by peers, according to a UC Irvine study.

2012

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NOV 19UC Irvine's Dr. Sheldon Greenfield has been named to an advisory panel that will develop a quality improvement plan for the state's $46 billion-a-year Medi-Cal program.
JAN 24New School of Medicine master's program directed by Sherrie Kaplan is launched; the program's goal is fostering biomedical and clinical research