Twenty-five years after reading the influential study that sparked his interest in respiration and anesthesiology research, Rich Kallet co-authored another landmark paper that appeared in the same journal.
Talmadge E. King, Jr., MD, an international expert on lung disorders who has been a campus leader for nearly two decades, has been appointed dean of the School of Medicine and vice chancellor for clinical affairs at UCSF.
Patients with epilepsy have significantly weaker connections throughout their brain, particularly in regions important for attention and cognition, compared to individuals without epilepsy.
Research is a key component of UCSF's work at San Francisco General Hospital, and a new proposed research facility will support breakthroughs there for decades to come.
UCSF"s Loren Frank, PhD, and Yifan Cheng, PhD, have been named Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) investigators, joining 24 other top U.S. biomedical researchers, who will receive the flexible support necessary to move their research in creative new directions.
A team led by researchers from UCSF, Organic Health Response and Microclinic International is reporting results of a study that showed significant benefits of microclinics – an innovative intervention that mobilized rural Kenyan HIV patients’ informal social networks to support their staying in care.
A new study led by UCSF has found that women with dense breasts may need only routine mammograms unless they are at high risk.
A team led by UCSF researchers has discovered how a commonly administered vaccine protects against acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the most common type of childhood cancer.
Adults over 50 who have persistent symptoms of depression may have twice the risk of stroke as those who do not, according to a new study led by researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and UCSF.