From earning a LEED Gold Certification for the new Mission Bay Hospitals to hosting a forum on the health benefits of green building to making it easy and affordable to purchase 100 percent post-consumer waste paper, UCSF continued to live its commitment to leadership in health and sustainability during FY15.
Over the last couple of decades, a proliferating number of studies on the incidence and impact of delirium are causing the health care community to sit up and take notice.
UC President Janet Napolitano is inviting faculty, staff and other members of the UC community to provide feedback on task force recommendations for new retirement benefits that affect future UC employees. Two webinars are scheduled to field questions.
Mike Denson has spent decades in some of law enforcement’s most challenging positions – investigating homicides, negotiating hostage situations and leading a regional SWAT team. When he came to UCSF, he was excited by a different challenge: building a strong community that partners in its own safety.
UCSF's Resource Allocation Program (RAP), which offers a single online application process for a wide variety of intramural grant offerings, is now inviting applications for the Spring 2016 cycle.
UCSF has opened the Clinical Skills Center to provide state-of-the-art space for students to practice their skills and do patient simulations.
You don't have to be an NFL star to throw better than any of our closest primate relatives. Human evolution has given us both the brain and brawn we need to make precise throws, but it comes with a few trade-offs.
The new Walgreens store on the UCSF Mission Bay campus will supply outpatient medications as well as medical devices for the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, and even deliver medicine directly to patients at the hospital.