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UCSF Police Report Strong Arm Robbery at Mission Bay

March 16, 2012 A UCSF patient was robbed of her cell phone at the UCSF bus stop on 4th Street adjacent to the Koret Quad on March 16 at about 1:30 p.m., according to UCSF Police. I

UCSF Police Report Strong Arm Robbery Near SFGH

March 15, 2012 A UCSF employee working at San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center (SFGH) was robbed at 23rd Street and Carolina Street while getting into the employee’s vehicle, UCSF police report. 

UCSF Makes Flu Shots Available to Campus Community

September 30, 2010 UCSF will provide free flu shots to all employees, students and volunteers with UCSF identification at drop-in clinics from Monday, Oct. 4 to Monday, Nov. 1, 2010.

UCSF Employee Assaulted at 16th and Mission Streets

September 02, 2010 A UCSF employee was struck in the face by an African-American woman while walking to the BART Station at night, according to the UCSF Police Department.

Environmental Health Expert Calls for Improved Scientific Study of Gulf Coast Oil Disaster

August 20, 2010 UCSF environmental health specialist Gina Solomon is calling for improved scientific study of and publicly available and robust data about the health hazards posed by the BP oil disaster.

Health impact of Gulf Coast oil spill hazardous but improving

August 16, 2010 The oil spill along the United States Gulf Coast poses health risks to volunteers, fishermen, clean-up workers and members of coastal communities, according to a new commentary by UCSF researchers who spent time in the region and are among the first to look into health problems caused by the oil spill. The good news, the authors say, is that one of the risk factors, coastal air quality, is improving now that the oil leak has been stopped.

Re-Released Book Cites Historical Cases Leading to Today's Toxic Environment

June 24, 2010 The oil spill crisis in the Gulf Coast underscores the importance of implementing effective regulation through a proactive strategy to protect public health, according to UCSF’s Paul Blanc, the author of a re-released book.

UCSF-UCB drilling device cuts construction injuries

March 24, 2010 UCSF and UC Berkeley researchers have designed and field-tested a new overhead drill for construction workers that reduces ten-fold the stress on hands, while also significantly reducing fatigue and injury to workers performing this common construction task.

UCSF to Offer H1N1 Vaccine for All Employees, Students

January 07, 2010 Employees and students with a UCSF identification badge may receive H1N1 vaccines at UCSF beginning January 11.