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April 14, 2005
Scientists at the Gladstone Institute of Virology and Immunology have discovered the mechanism that enables some CD4 T cells -- the main target of HIV -- to thwart the virus.
April 14, 2005
The campus community is invited to a special program on "Powerful Non-Defensive Parenting," sponsored by the UCSF Center for Gender Equity.
April 13, 2005
J. David Gladstone Institutes President Robert W. Mahley announced the appointment of Deepak Srivastava as the new director of the Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease (GICD).
April 12, 2005
Up to 75 percent of fetal heart defects go undetected in routine ultrasound screening. UCSF researcher Lisa Hornberger teaches doctors better techniques to improve detection rates, and is working to treat heart defects before babies are born.
April 11, 2005
UCSF's Mission Bay campus is now headquarters for a new center to advance research on membrane proteins – proteins that are on the outside surface of cells and are the targets of nearly half of all drugs.
April 08, 2005
Nawang Sherpa, who last May became the first man with a prosthetic leg to summit Mount Everest, delivered hope to patients at UCSF recently.
April 08, 2005
The new J. David Gladstone Institutes research facility, located at Mission Bay, has been selected as the San Francisco Business Times 2004 Real Estate Deal of the Year Award as Best New Office R&D Development/San Francisco.
April 07, 2005
UCSF Professor Sally J. Marshall, PhD, has been appointed Associate Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs, a key position that involves working to improve the quality of life for faculty.
April 07, 2005
The campus community is invited to hear what UCSF and organizations around the Bay Area are doing to protect the planet during an Earth Day fair on Wednesday, April 13.
April 07, 2005
A drug prescribed for the prevention of osteoporosis reduced women's risk of mild cognitive impairment by 33 percent in a worldwide clinical trial led by researchers at San Francisco VA Medical Center (SFVAMC).

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