The School of Biological Sciences would like to announce that Professor Aimee L. Edinger has been selected as a Chancellor’s Fellow. This distinction is awarded to tenured faculty whose body of scientific work supports a strong…

New class examines how and why physical activity can work better than pills.

The associate professor of Neurobiology and Behavior explores new ways to image the brain and improve its function….

Carolina “Caro” Manel-Romero is a talented and experienced programmer with a passion to empower young Latina women in technology. In Spring 2021, she was one of six recipients of the Applause Program from Women in…

Episode 4 – Storytellers and UCI literary journalism majors Sydney Charles and Tatum Larsen interview Erica Turley-De Villa, Education Chair for Academic & Professional Women for the series The Welcome Table….

The UCI School of Biological Sciences is honored to congratulate Developmental and Cell Biology Professor Aimee Edinger on being named the UC Irvine Dr. De Gallow Professor of the Year for 2021. This prestigious honor…

Irvine, Calif., April 28, 2021 — While evolution is normally thought of as occurring over millions of years, researchers at the University of California, Irvine have discovered that bacteria can evolve in response to climate…

Irvine, Calif., April 27, 2021 — University of California, Irvine biologists have developed a new genetically engineered mouse model that, unlike its predecessors, is based on the most common form of Alzheimer’s disease. The advance…

“Microbiomes in water, soil and air are critical for planetary health,” says Steven Allison, professor of ecology and evolutionary biology.

Congratulations to UCI BioSci Professor Adriana Briscoe on being named a 2021 Guggenheim Fellow! “My hope is that the award will encourage others, especially Latinas, to aspire to the highest levels of creativity and achievement.”