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May 23, 2011
Experts at UCSF and Caltech are pushing the boundaries of creative problem solving to address important clinical problems with the hope that the talent pool at both institutions, combined with an entrepreneurial spirit, will advance health care innovation.
May 20, 2011
Cultural pressure to bear male offspring leads some immigrant Indian women in the United States to use reproductive technology to select sons or abort female fetuses, steps that are illegal in India, according to a UCSF study.
May 20, 2011
Eleven UCSF employees were recognized recently for providing excellent public and university service as well as superior nursing at the annual Founders Day Luncheon.
May 17, 2011
UCSF's inter-school research day is "part of the growing recognition of the importance of interprofessional team learning and research which is key to the translational medicine of the future,” according to Joel Palefsky, who is credited with organizing the event showcasing research from fellows, residents and students from all four professional schools. 
May 16, 2011
UCSF leaders gathered May 11 to acknowledge the impact the earthquake, tsunami and ongoing nuclear crisis has had on people in Japan and to show support of visiting Japanese students and scholars.
May 13, 2011
The campus community is invited to hear about the past, present and future of UCSF's role in combatting HIV/AIDS during a forum on May 17 to mark 30 years of AIDS and the official kick off the University's participation in the 25th annual AIDS Walk San Francisco.
May 11, 2011
As the leading health science campus for the UC system, UCSF is uniquely positioned to offer a new master’s degree program in biomedical imaging, which has greatly progressed in the last decade, increasing the speed and quality of imaging and driving a greater need for advanced education.
May 11, 2011
Each of the deans of graduate education for the 10 UC campuses sent two students who have recently completed work on their doctoral degrees to the state capitol, where lawmakers are embroiled in painful decision-making to address state budget shortfalls.
May 05, 2011
Yervoy, a new cancer drug that has been approved for the treatment of late-stage melanoma – and that is being used to treat other cancers in ongoing clinical trials – is based on a strategy for boosting the immune response developed and tested by scientists from UCSF and UC Berkeley.
May 05, 2011
UCSF's basic research over nearly two decades has led to the first novel antitoxin to treat botulism in nearly a century – becoming the first recombinant human therapy to target one of the most dangerous substances known to man and offering a new defense against bioterrorism.

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