Deborah Grady of the UCSF Clinical and Translational Science Institute presents six research trends that are helping accelerating cutting-edge science from the bench to the bedside.
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Researchers at UCSF have developed a potential test for diagnosing and predicting acute rejection in kidney transplants.
Researchers at UCSF have launched SugarScience, a groundbreaking research and education initiative designed to highlight the most authoritative scientific findings on added sugar and its impact on health.
UCSF's Seth Holmes, MD, PhD, has won the Margaret Mead Award, which is presented to a younger scholar for a particular accomplishment, such as a book, film, monograph, or service, which interprets anthropological data and principles in ways that make them meaningful to a broadly concerned public.
UCSF is unveiling a comprehensive cancer genetic testing program integrated with patients' electronic medical records, a major milestone in bringing precision medicine into everyday practice.
UCSF has unveiled a new cloud-based software platform that significantly advances precision medicine for cancer.
Nine graduate students took a stab at translating years of their graduate thesis research into a short elevator pitch for the first Three Minute Thesis competition at UCSF.
Genetically engineering tumors in mice, a technique that has dominated cancer research for decades, may not replicate important features of cancers caused by exposure to environmental carcinogens, according to a new study led by UCSF scientists.
Physicians at the new UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco are dedicated to cutting-edge research that helps minimize invasive treatment for very sick children.
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.