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September 13, 2005
Researchers say an antibiotic used for topical applications looks promising to fight Huntington's disease in mice studies.
September 12, 2005
Capitalizing on the strength of its research and clinical enterprise, UCSF is launching the Institute for Stem Cell and Tissue Biology, providing a framework for close collaboration among investigators from the University's Schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy.
September 12, 2005
A thought-provoking exhibit, titled "Generations: A Tribute to Mothers and Daughters around the World," opens Thursday, Sept. 15 at UCSF.
September 09, 2005
An investigator who studies how molecular abnormalities found in two human cancers — leukemia and prostate cancer — lead to abnormal growth and cellular transformation, will lecture at UCSF next week.
September 09, 2005
Here's the take-home lesson from Hurricane Katrina: Personal preparedness is key to surviving a major disaster.
September 09, 2005
Faculty, students and staff are doing what they can to raise funds for relief efforts in the Gulf Coast states damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
September 09, 2005
A strong consensus emerged from today's final meeting of the Blue Ribbon Committee on San Francisco General Hospital's Future Location that the hospital should be rebuilt at the Potrero Avenue campus site.
September 08, 2005
UCSF doctoral student Pamela Foreman, a registered nurse with experience in providing disaster relief and leadership amid chaos, left for Louisiana on Monday.
September 07, 2005
The University will contribute to a massive humanitarian relief effort on the Gulf Coast, UC President Dynes said recently.
September 06, 2005
UCTV will present a four-part series on disaster preparedness for primary care providers beginning tomorrow, Wednesday, Sept. 7.