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September 25, 2000
A team led by a University of California, San Francisco scientist has developed drug-like inhibitors to study vital signaling molecules essential for almost all cell activity.
September 20, 2000
Jeffrey A. Bluestone, PhD, one of the world's leading experts on why the body's immune system rejects or tolerates transplanted tissue, has been appointed to a new professorship at the University of California, San Francisco devoted to diabetes research.
September 18, 2000
A new $50 million dollar research program launched this month will begin the daunting task of mapping out the thousands of molecular interactions that cells use in responding to their environment.
September 07, 2000
In an effort to strengthen women’s health research in a variety of disciplines, the National Institutes of Health has awarded a grant to the University of California, San Francisco and to the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Oakland to create a scholarship program to train young investigators in women’s health and bolster research in this area.
September 07, 2000
The new optimism expressed by healthcare providers treating HIV seropositive patients is mitigated by concerns surrounding treatment decisions and skepticism about the future according to a new University of California, San Francisco study.
September 05, 2000
While California's labor market continues to be strong, Latinos and African Americans - who together make up 31 percent of California's working population - are being left behind by the state's technology-driven economic boom...
September 04, 2000
Results of the 2000 California Work and Health Survey (CWHS) indicate high employment rates among all working age Californians, long hours of work and large numbers of workers who report promotions, new and better jobs and increased earnings.
August 24, 2000
Older women with high estrogen levels are less likely to suffer cognitive decline, says a new study from researchers at the University of California, San Francisco and the San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
August 15, 2000
Sexuality is both an important and confusing part of adolescence. It is also a subject parents and others often do not want to talk about-sometimes going so far as to deny that teenagers have sexual lives.
August 14, 2000
University of California, San Francisco faculty at the Center for Health and Community (CHC) have received two grants to assist the UCSF School of Medicine in a radical redesign of the medical school curriculum. The CHC is taking the lead to add emphasis on culture and behavior to the curriculum, a change that UCSF faculty hope will enhance students’ educational experiences and better prepare them for the world of medicine, said Nancy Adler, PhD, director of the CHC and chair of the curriculum committee.