The University of California this month is implementing new systemwide procedures for investigating, adjudicating and imposing sanctions in student cases of sexual violence and sexual harassment, as part of its continuing strategy to more effectively prevent and respond to sexual violence and sexual harassment on campuses.
Children and young adults with severe forms of epilepsy that does not respond to standard antiepileptic drugs have fewer seizures when treated with purified cannabinoid, according to a multi-center study led by researchers from UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco.
The workings of neural circuits associated with creativity are significantly altered when artists are actively attempting to convey emotions, according to a new brain-scanning study of jazz pianists.
UCSF Magazine profiles School of Dentistry alumni, Cynthia Brattesani, DDS '89, and William Metzler, BS '75.
Researchers have captured on video how teeth find their way to the right spot in the jaw to give you that winning grin.
Researchers at UCSF and Kaiser Permanente have identified variations at four locations in the genome that underlie the risk of inguinal hernia.
Karché Bass has found a home in UCSF's Human Resources department after graduating from a unique workforce development program here that teaches administrative skills.
Director of the National Science Foundation France A. Córdova visited UCSF on Dec. 16 to speak with leaders and students about how to improve graduate education to train the next generation of scientists.
A man with a mustache is more likely than a woman to lead a medical school department, according to a study published on Wednesday Dec. 16, 2015, in the British Medical Journal.
James Wells, PhD, chair of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, has been elected as a fellow to the prestigious National Academy of Inventors.