UCSF Pride Hall, UCSF’s new research and academic building at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center, will house more than 800 UCSF employees, including about 200 physician-scientists and clinicians.
Three cheers! The American Heart Association has recognized UCSF’s Wellness Team and a number of other organizations across the U.S. “for their commitment to building a culture of health and well-being.” We’ll learn more about the honor and how the Wellness Team makes UCSF’s wellness their mission.
UCSF oncology scientist Paddy O'Leary won the 112th running of the Dipsea Race, the country's oldest trail race, on June 11. We caught up with him to learn more about his running, work and what drives him.
Janhavi Bonville, UCSF Associate Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, shares her story and experience in working at UCSF with a physical disability and the importance of eliminating stigmas against people with disabilities.
What a year to celebrate! The members of the class of 2023 have shown their resilience and dedication to advance health research and patient care in ways we never imagined a few years ago. Truly impressive. We celebrate you all!
Caro Reyes, a project manager at UCSF’s Office of Communications, shares her story about her journey in managing chronic neuropathy, musculoskeletal pain and mobility issues. She discusses what her disability has taught her, and how workplaces can help accommodate staff with disabilities.
Julia Adler-Milstein, PhD, has been appointed chief of the newly created Division of Clinical Informatics and Digital Transformation (DoC-IT) at UCSF. The new division will promote the integration and application of information technology to improve patient care.
Saul Villeda, the 2023 recipient of the Byers Award, delivered a lecture titled "Blood Work and the Brain: Deciphering the Language of Cognitive Rejuvenation." His research focuses on understanding the biological mechanisms behind cognitive decline with age and exploring potential ways to reverse it.
UCSF commits to hiring 10% of new employees from local underserved communities by 2027, supporting economic opportunity and health equity. The commitment also includes investments in workforce development, financial stability and leadership diversity.
The partnership between UC San Francisco and Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center started in 1873, when we began to collaborate on clinical care and education, based on our shared public mission.
What keeps you up at night? For Kai Kennedy, DPT, it’s health equity — a complex mission that’s guided a lifelong journey from Virginia to West Africa, the Caribbean to Europe and now the Bay Area. But she didn’t get here alone.