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May 09, 2005
A group of girls who visited UCSF on April 28 to see health sciences professionals in action heard the latest about diabetes research and how to prevent disease in a pathology lecture.
May 06, 2005
Faculty, staff and students are invited to learn more about University-sponsored programs, which can help them plan for their future economic security, on Finance Day on Tuesday, May 10.
May 06, 2005
When Josh and Laurie Anderson discovered last year that she was pregnant with twins, their reaction was typical.
May 06, 2005
San Francisco has won its bid to become home to the state stem cell institute headquarters – a brand new office space about a 15-minute walk from the growing life sciences campus at UCSF Mission Bay.
May 06, 2005
Friends and family gathered at UCSF to honor 13 people for going above and beyond the call of duty at a Founder's Day ceremony on April 29.
May 03, 2005
Four UCSF professors are among 12 University of California scholars elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the organization has announced.
May 02, 2005
A natural, non-toxic byproduct of glucose may prevent brain cell death and cognitive impairment in diabetics following an episode of severely low blood sugar, according to researchers at the San Francisco VA Medical Center.
April 29, 2005
UCSF Fresno Medical Education Program, which commemorates its 30th anniversary this year, recently celebrated the grand opening of its new Center for Medical Education and Research with a series of activities.
April 29, 2005
The Department of Nutrition and Food Services at UCSF Medical Center has recently been awarded two "star" awards from both national and local organizations.
April 28, 2005
UCSF's Earth Day fair brought out a record-number of environmental enthusiasts on April 13 -- all united around the goal of raising support and awareness for policies and practices to protect the planet.

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