UCSF biochemist Daniel Minor's research suggests that "Mono Lake contains biological blueprints mirrored in our very bodies."
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.
Mentors and mentees, promote faculty mentoring at UCSF with a series of sessions and workshops throughout January.
A companion exhibit to Surviving and Thriving, the UCSF AIDS History Project focuses upon the AIDS crisis in San Francisco and the Bay Area.
UCSF reminds all patient care providers to either receive a 2013 flu vaccine or wear a paper mask as of December 15.
UCSF is looking for abstracts the inaugural UCSF Global Health Research Symposium on January 27. They are due on Friday, Dec. 20.
Join doctors, caregivers, and award-wining poets for a night of poetry, music, and discussion on the end of life.
Quinn Grundy, a PhD student in the UCSF School of Nursing's Health Policy program recently published a systematic review in PLoS Medicine with UCSF's Lisa Bero and Ruth Malone titled: "Interactions Between Non-Physician Clinicians and Industry: A Systematic Review."