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Fourth generation of e-cigarettes is not harmless

A University of California, Riverside, study analyzing fourth-generation electronic cigarette, or EC, pod atomizer design features has found the pod atomizers are similar to those of previous generations and contain elements that may adversely affect health and accumulate in the environment.
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |

Manuela Martins-Green has been awarded the 2021 Wound Healing Society Distinguished Service Award

Dr. Martins-Green has been awarded the 2021 Wound Healing Society (WHS) Distinguished Service Award. Congratulations!

Postdoc wins Society of Toxicology conference award

Careen Khachatoorian, a postdoctoral researcher working with Prue Talbot, a professor of cell biology at UCR, will receive the Society of Toxicology Dermal Toxicology Subsection Graduate Student Award.
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |

The Neuroscience Graduate Program is proud to announce the Ph.D. Dissertation Defense of Joel Kowalewski

Title: "Applications of Computation to Understand Chemosensory Processing"

Neuroscientist joins council of the American Physiological Society

Margarita Currás-Collazo has been elected to the American Physiological Society Council. Her term will begin in April 2021.
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |

Sachiko Haga-Yamanaka awarded NIH Research Project Grant

Dr. Haga-Yamanaka has been awarded an NIH Research Project Grant The title of the grant is "Molecular and neural mechanisms of predator cue sensation". Congratulations!

Findings support relationship between thirdhand smoke exposure and fatty liver risk

Mouse study shows oxidative stress is a major cause of thirdhand smoke-induced liver disease
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |

No. 1 news release on EurekAlert!'s 2020 Trending List smashes previous all-time record for visits

The most-visited news release on EurekAlert! in 2020 racked up just under 1 million hits - the most in the site's near 25-year history. The University of California, Riverside release is one of three about brain health on the 2020 Trending list in a year when COVID-19 dominated headlines across the globe.
By EUREKALERT |

This could be the key to getting you to go to the gym more, according to science

Have you been finding it extra difficult lately to pick yourself up off the couch and get moving? Just follow your nose, according to a new study just released by the University of California, Riverside.
By John Anderer |

Sniffing your way to the gym

Exercise motivation could be linked to certain smells, UC Riverside mouse study finds
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |

10 UCR researchers make 2020 ‘Highly Cited’ list

Ten researchers at the University of California, Riverside, have been included in the 2020 Highly Cited Researchers list compiled by Clarivate Analytics, which was previously part of Thomson Reuters. The list includes the 6,167 most frequently cited researchers in the physical and social sciences, recognized as “researchers who demonstrated significant influence in their chosen field.”...
By JULES BERNSTEIN |

Chemicals in your living room cause diabetes

A new UC Riverside study shows flame retardants found in nearly every American home cause mice to give birth to offspring that become diabetic.
By JULES BERNSTEIN |

Diversifying the sciences

Faculty at the University of California, Riverside, have received grants from the University of California-Hispanic Serving Institutions Doctoral Diversity Initiative, or UC-HSI DDI, to increase diversity in the sciences. Khaleel Razak, a professor of psychology, has received funding of nearly $50,000 for a project titled “Increasing Faculty Diversity in Neuroscience.” The grant will allow Razak...
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |

Scientists identify hundreds of drug candidates to treat COVID-19

Scientists at the University of California, Riverside, have used machine learning to identify hundreds of new potential drugs that could help treat COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus, or SARS-CoV-2. “There is an urgent need to identify effective drugs that treat or prevent COVID-19,” said Anandasankar Ray, a professor of molecular, cell, and...
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |

A UCR team receives COVID-19 research grant

A UC Riverside research team is among 20 groups receiving funding to investigate problems related to COVID-19. Elena Kozlova, a doctoral student in the Neuroscience Graduate Program, is working with Margarita Curras-Collazo, an associate professor of neuroscience, on the project.
By IMRAN GHORI |

Using Artificial Intelligence to Smell the Roses

A pair of researchers at the University of California, Riverside, has used machine learning to understand what a chemical smells like — a research breakthrough with potential applications in the food flavor and fragrance industries. “We now can use artificial intelligence to predict how any chemical is going to smell to humans,” said Anandasankar Ray...
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |

Manuela Martins-Green awarded an Oliver Johnson Award for Distinguished Leadership in the Academic Senate

Manuela Martins-Green, chair of the Department of Molecular, Cell and Systems Biology at UC Riverside, has received the 2020 Oliver Johnson Award for Distinguished Leadership in the Academic Senate. The award is the highest honor given out by the University of California, bestowed biennially to a member of the UC faculty who has performed outstanding...
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |

Cell biologist to study coronavirus-related infection of respiratory cells

Prue Talbot, a professor of cell biology at UC Riverside, has received a seed grant to study the COVID-19-related infection of respiratory cells. She and her team will use the funds to test the hypothesis that electronic cigarettes and nicotine increase the ACE2 receptor on respiratory epithelium, providing more binding sites for the virus and...
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |

Study shows how memory function could be preserved after brain injury

A study examining the effect of the immune receptor known as Toll-like Receptor 4, or TLR4, on how memory functions in both the normal and injured brain has found vastly different cellular pathways contribute to the receptor’s effects on excitability in the uninjured and injured brain. Further, the researchers found novel mechanisms for how TLR4...
By IQBAL PITTALWALA |
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