Please congratulate our colleagues, Alcino Silva and Tom Carmichael, for their appearance on NPR last week. They described their groundbreaking studies with CCR5 and Maravirac.
The 2022 Integrative Center for Learning and Memory Symposium is scheduled for April 18-19, 2022. This will be a two-day in person event at the UCLA Neuroscience Research Building (NRB) 132 auditorium. We encourage you to attend to hear these fascinating talks! To register, please send an email to Dr. Alcino Silva at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and affiliation. Click here to learn more about this exciting event: http://www.iclm.ucla.edu/events/SCLM2020.html.
We, the undersigned members of the UCLA Department of
Neurobiology, stand in resolute solidarity with our
Ukrainian colleagues and the Ukrainian people, who are
heroically resisting the Russian Federation’s premeditated
and unprovoked military invasion of Ukraine.
We condemn, in the strongest terms, the shocking and
senseless brutality of the Russian military towards the
Ukrainian people, which has resulted in the deaths of
thousands of Ukrainian civilians, and the latest attempted
destruction of Ukraine.
|Feb 10, 2022
|Guest: Mikel Whittier, MHA
Director, Health Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, UCLA Health
Topic: Moving Equity into Action
|Apr 14, 2022
|Guest speaker: Liz Lopez
UCLA LGBTQ Resource Center
Topic: LGBTQ Allyship
UCLA LGBTQ Allyship Training: LGBTQ terminology and the importance of continued post-training education + How to recognize stereotypes, privileges, and intersectional identities + Effective allyship strategies to support LGBTQ people on and off campus + Identify LGBTQ resources on campus
|Jun 9, 2022
|Topic: End of Year Departmental JEDI Introspection