New research finds a special protein may control the survival of deep, near-dormant cancer cells that allow tumors to regrow even after other cells have been eradicated.
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For the second year in a row, UCSF’s schools each received the most National Institutes of Health funding in their fields in 2014. See how the numbers break down.
A few highlights of how the National Institutes of Health funds support UCSF researchers in changing the way we approach health and health care.
A team led by UCSF's John Fahy, MD, has discovered why mucus in the lungs of people with cystic fibrosis is thick, sticky and difficult to cough up, leaving these patients more vulnerable to lung infection.
Using techniques developed only over the past few years, UCSF researchers have completed experiments that overturn the scientific consensus on how the brain’s “hunger circuit” governs eating.
UCSF is working on several fronts to respond to the Ebola outbreak, from supporting its faculty and staff volunteers to preparing its Medical Center facilities to educating the public about the outbreak.
UC San Francisco’s Jennifer Lai, MD, MBA, was recently selected as a “Top 40 under 40” in the Class of 2015 by the San Francisco Business Times. She is the only UCSF faculty member honored by the publication.
UCSF will convene a town hall on Thursday, Feb. 26 to update the community on its global and local response to the Ebola outbreak.
Visionary philanthropist Chuck Feeney has given another gift of $100 million to UCSF, now making him the single largest contributor ever to the University of California system.
Two dozen scientific papers published online simultaneously present the first comprehensive maps and analyses of the epigenomes of a wide array of human cell and tissue types.