Butte, Kortemme, and Link were inducted as fellows during the AIMBE annual meeting at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, DC, on March 25, 2019.
UCSF scientists are testing how brief periods of controlled stress could protect the body from long-term stress.
TB remains the leading infectious killer of our time, responsible for 1.6 million deaths worldwide in 2017, with drug-resistant forms of TB threatening control efforts in many parts of the world.
The 2019 Awards of Excellence include gold, silver and bronze awards for UCSF.
A delicate operation that involved placing a gene into the brain was found to reduce the severity of motor symptoms in patients with moderately advanced Parkinson’s disease.
A UCSF faculty member since 1982, Giacomini is a world-renowned pharmacologist and leader in transporter biology and pharmacogenomics
It’s been decades since San Francisco was ground zero for the AIDS epidemic, but for one population, it still is.
The 15 winners were selected for their distinguished service in research and education, transforming care delivery, or improving access to advance health equity.
Six labs were recognized for their commitment to safety practices and their constant attention to laboratory safety compliance.