Nurses have played a critical role in shaping HIV/AIDS care, from the earliest when the illness was a death sentence to today where it's a manageable chronic condition.
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UCSF's School of Dentistry’s Ophir David Klein, MD, PhD, has been selected this year as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), an honor bestowed for scientific work or socially distinguished efforts to advance science and its applications.
In new research that brings natural movement by artificial limbs closer to reality, UCSF scientists have shown that monkeys can learn simple brain-stimulation patterns that represent their hand and arm position, and can then make use of this information to precisely execute reaching maneuvers.
The Graduate Division at UCSF has been awarded a grant from the Amgen Foundation that will provide hands-on laboratory experience to undergraduate students through the Amgen Scholars Program.
Federal, state and local health officials visited UCSF on Nov. 19 to review and provide consultation on the medical center’s preparedness in the event it receives a patient infected with Ebola Virus Disease.
Researchers at UCSF have identified patterns of genetic activity that can be used to diagnose endometriosis and its severity.
Social data including financial status and education and behavioral data, such as alcohol use or exercise habits, aren't currently incorporated into health records, but these factors have a real influence on health and how effective a treatment will be.
The UC Board of Regents has voted to approve UCSF’s 2014 Long Range Development Plan following five years of planning and substantial community involvement.
Drugs made from naturally occurring molecules found in fish oil could help thousands of Americans whose coronary and leg arteries renarrow after surgery.
UCSF Magazine sat down with newly appointed Chancellor Sam Hawgood to learn about how he found the magic at UCSF more than 30 years ago, starting with one fateful meeting.