Troy Super Sr. became the 3,000th person to receive a liver transplant at UCSF Medical Center on Dec. 13 and was able to be home in time for Christmas.
From marriage proposals to organ transplants, 2013 was a banner year for powerful UCSF visuals both on and off campus. Help us select the best one.
The staff at Inside UCSF is celebrating the holidays and will return to the office of University Relations on Thursday, Jan. 2.
Leland Kim, a senior information representative on the news team at University Relations, has been appointed to the new role of internal communications editor at UC San Francisco.
UCSF faculty members are collaborating with Birth Justice Project co-founders and a volunteer doula program director at San Francisco General Hospital for a vocational training program.
The University Community Partnership Council awards three programs for Excellence in Partnerships in this year's ceremony.
The UCSF Library is currently hosting a traveling banner exhibit from the National Library of Medicine, centered on how people have survived AIDS on a personal and political level.
Women's reproductive health experts Diana Taylor and Tracy Weitz conducted the foundational research on the safety and quality of aspiration abortions that now has become law of the land in California.
The UCSF community is invited to bring family, friends, and loved ones to a fun-filled concert of holiday cheer featuring the San Francisco Opera Guild Singers on December 18.
UCSF reminds all patient care providers to either receive a 2013 flu vaccine or wear a paper mask as of December 15.