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UCLA stem cell researchers receive $7.4 million to study immunodeficiency disorder UCLA Newsroom - July 28, 2015 UCLA researcher, Dr. Donald Kohn, will lead a clinical trial that will utilize a stem cell gene-therapy to correct a genetic defect associated with an inherited immunodeficiency disorder.
Even when we’re resting, our brains are preparing us to be social, UCLA psychologists report UCLA Newsroom - May 28, 2015 UCLA Psychologist Matthew Lieberman and Robert Spunt show that even during quiet moments, our brains are preparing us to be socially connected to other people.
UCLA researchers identify a potentially effective treatment for methamphetamine addiction UCLA Newsroom - May 19, 2015 A new study led by UCLA associate professor of Psychology, Lara Ray, has found that Naltrexone, a drug used to treat alcoholism, may also be a promising treatment for addiction to methamphetamine. News archives
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