UCSF Development & Alumni Relations has recently launched a crowdfunding platform to democratize funding by allowing faculty and staff to connect directly with lay funders.
The University of California Center for Accelerated Innovation (UC CAI) invites applications from UC investigators who propose to advance highly innovative early-stage drugs, devices and diagnostics toward commercialization.
The CAPS Visiting Professors program for HIV research is accepting applications until January 17.
UCSF has been recognized as a top producer for this year’s Fulbright Program for both students and scholars, a unique distinction among institutions.
The UCSF Library recently launched DataShare, a web-based system for sharing research data throughout the University and beyond.
The UCSF community is invited to join global health leaders from UCSF and The Lancet Commission on Investing in Health to learn about a major new report on December 17.
In solidarity for children fighting cancer, UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital hosted a St. Baldrick’s Foundation signature head-shaving event on Nov. 16 at the Helen Diller Family Cancer Research Building.
UCSF’s Yuet Wai Kan, an internationally recognized leader in the field of human genetics, will be honored at the Personalized Medicine World Conference, PMWC 2014, to be held in January 2014 in Silicon Valley.
UCSF biochemistry professor Cynthia Kenyon, PhD, has been named Senior Scientific Advisor of the new Google anti-aging startup, Calico.
The fall 2013 UCSF Magazine, which features the promise of precision medicine, is now available online.