For Daniel Tsai, it's all about family. And love.
His daughter is a 2017 graduate of the Anderson School of Management, but it was another one of his children and a medical miracle that first forged the connection between benefactor Daniel Tsai and UCLA.
“UCLA saved my son,” Tsai says.
is an innovative personalized anti-aging skincare that is scientifically formulated to your unique skin biomarker profile. U-Defi - the tailor-made suit of your skincare!
As a team of female founders, we are passionate about helping every woman feel confident in her own unique skin. The current model of skincare is expensive and one-size-fits all. U-Defi will take the guessing game out of your skincare routine using our scientific approach. Upon signing up for the U-Defi subscription, a test kit will be mailed to your home to collect your skin samples using non-invasive adhesive tapes. Once we receive the test kit, the laboratory will analyze your skin samples for relevant biomarkers. We then translate this information into a cream formulation that is uniquely just for you. And then voila, the cream will be shipped to your door step!
is the first smart otoscope that uses AI to diagnose ear infections at home.
Founder Jane Zhang saw the need for this device when her young son suffered from recurring ear infections, and one severe episode that took 4 lines of antibiotics and 6 weeks to resolve. After talking to many more parents, we discovered that Jane was not alone, and parents were eager to track symptoms at home.
Our mission is to empower patients, especially parents of sick children, through sensing and understanding their child's health. MiVUE leverages advanced deep learning and biosensors to achieve this diagnosis.
Nutopia Foundation Limited
Find out more about Nutopia here.
L&L Barbecue's Elisia Flores ('14) took her family's business in delicious new directions
Media veteran Sylvia Saw McKaige (’11) raises journalism standards in Myanmar
Rashmi Chaturvedi's ('15) Kaygen Inc. receives USPAACC Excellence Award as a Fast 100 Asian-American business
John Wooden Global Leadership Fellow Sana Rahim ('19) says her roots challenged and motivated her
In collaboration with IDEO, an MBA field study team explored human-centered design solutions for low-income women in countries around the globe
UCLA Anderson MBA team and Conservation International partnered to benefit communities and businesses by protecting nature
We are researching how to promote foreign investment in conflict-affected zones in Southeast Asia, focusing on Thailand, the Philippines and Myanmar.
Guy Kawasaki ('79)
Expert advice for fellow entrepreneurs from the UCLA Anderson Inspirational 100 alumnus who changed technology marketing
The chairman and CEO of PepsiCo, who received Anderson's John Wooden Global Leadership Award, shares wisdom about her company's global strategy
The best-selling author and management guru explains why business leaders' humility is more important than their intelligence
Paul Hsieh (Ph.D. '70), Yvonne Hsieh ('03) and David Schumacher ('03) celebrated Dr. Hsieh's 80th birthday with a gift to name the Hsieh Family Foyer in the new Marion Anderson Hall