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Campus News

Grant Supports UCSF Research in Lead Cause of Trauma Deaths

May 20, 2010 Mitchell Cohen, MD, UCSF assistant professor of surgery, has received a $225,000 research grant from the National Trauma Institute to investigate the timing and mechanism of traumatic coagulopathy.

UCSF Group to Host "Stand with Haiti" Fundraiser Dinner

March 31, 2010 The campus community is invited to a fundraising dinner on April 2 to benefit the victims of the Haiti earthquake.

Professor to Conduct Earthquake Preparedness Seminars

February 01, 2010 Matthew Springer, an associate professor of medicine at UCSF, is again conducting earthquake preparedness talks at several campus locations beginning today (February 1.)

UCSF Community Joins Together in Relief Efforts for Haiti

January 22, 2010 With numerous personnel waiting to board planes to the earthquake zone, concerned students, faculty and staff are busy raising money and collecting medical supplies to assist the victims.

UCSF Provides Information on How to Help Haiti

January 15, 2010 There are many ways that the UCSF community can help survivors of Tuesday’s earthquake in Haiti.

UCSF Activates Disaster Assistance Team, Holds Town Hall Following Earthquake in Haiti

January 14, 2010 UCSF Emergency Management expert Christopher Jones will conduct a town hall meeting today (Jan. 14) at 3 p.m. in Toland Hall to discuss disaster assistance following Tuesday’s catastrophic earthquake in Haiti.

UC Police Issue Special Bulletin on Handing Letters and Parcels

January 08, 2010 UCSF police are issusing a warning to the UCSF community on how to handle letters and parcels following a Jan. 4 incident at UC Irvine.

UCSF Nursing Dean Discusses Cardiac Care Study

December 18, 2009 Kathleen Dracup, dean of the UCSF School of Nursing, talks about her study which found a gap between patient knowledge and behavior when responding to cardiac symptoms.

UCSF/SFGH project for diabetes patients wins award for innovation, quality

December 17, 2009 A UCSF and San Francisco General Hospital project that used a novel communication tool to improve health outcomes among diabetes patients was honored recently with a quality leadership award from the California Health Care Safety Net Institute.

Magazine Names UCSF's Maa One of Country's Leading Advocates for Health Care Reform

December 14, 2009 John Maa says doctors must play a larger role in the effort to improve U.S. health policy and practice.

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