March 24, 2022- Dr. Lili Yang is featured in “Her Story” at the UCLA Women’s History Month. Congratulations! [UCLA on Twitter PDF]
December 7, 2021- Dr. Lili Yang is featured in the article “Wonder Women” at the Fall 2021 issue of the UCLA U Magazine. Congratulations! [U Magazine PDF]
October 5, 2021- Our PhD student, Charlie Yan-Ruide Li, wins the 2021 UCLA Microbiology, Immunology & Molecular Genetics (MIMG) Department Sydney C. Rittenberg Award. This award is granted to only one PhD student per year recognizing outstanding achievement in research. Congratulations!
September 15, 2020- Our PhD student, Victor Jiaji Yu, wins the 2020 UCLA Molecular Biology Interdepartmental doctoral Program (MBIDP) Dissertation Year Award. This award is granted to only one student per year and is considered to be one of the highest honors for PhD students in the program. Congratulations!
June 8, 2020- Our PhD student, Derek Lee, receives a T32 Microbial Pathogenesis Training Grant Predoctoral Fellowship. Congratulations!
August 16, 2019- Our PhD student, Charlie Yan-Ruide Li, receives a Whitecome Predoctoral Fellowship. Congratulations!
June 11, 2019- Our PhD student, Victor Jiaji Yu, receives a BSCRC Predoctoral Fellowship. Congratulations!
May 23, 2018- Our undergraduate student, Levina Lin, receives a Dean’s Prize at the UCLA Research Poster Day 2018. Congratulations!
May 11, 2017- Dr. Lili Yang receives the Outstanding New Investigator Award from the American Society of Gene & Cell Therapy (ASGCT). Congratulations!
May 1, 2017- Dr. Lili Yang receives the UCLA Life Sciences Faculty Excellence Award for Outstanding Research Publication. Congratulations!
January 31, 2017- Dr. Lili Yang receives the Young Investigator Award from the American Association of Immunologist (AAI). Congratulations!
October 9, 2014- Dr. Lili Yang receives the NIH Director’s New Innovator Award to develop new ways using blood stem cells to attack cancer. Congratulations! [PDF][Link]
July 4, 2007- Dr. Lili Yang is named as one of the 35 Innovators Under 35 (TR35) by the MIT Technology Review Magazine. Congratulations! [PDF][Link]