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Microbiologist Joseph Bondy-Denomy, PhD, has been selected as the 2022 William K. Bowes Jr. Biomedical Investigator for his groundbreaking discovery of a secret weapon deployed by viruses in their ancient battle against bacteria.
Thirty-two UCSF faculty members have been named to the second cohort of Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Investigators and will receive $1 million apiece in unrestricted funds over the next five years to pursue creative and innovative research.
COVID-19 vaccines for our communities. A Nobel Prize. Scientific breakthroughs and advancements in patient care. Innovation in education. While it has been a challenging year, there are many examples of what makes UCSF a special place. Take a moment to reflect on some of the moments from this past year that exemplify what we do.
UCSF has created its first community investment pilot program, with a $5 million investment for four Bay Area financial intermediary partners to provide housing assistance, employment and small business loans to community members and minority-owned local businesses in San Francisco and the East Bay.
Aaron Jackson, a PhD candidate in the History of Health Sciences, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences at UCSF and a veteran of the U.S. Army, shares his perspectives on the commemoration of Verterans Day.
The University of California, Berkeley and the UCSF have jointly launched a new, one-of-a-kind program in computational precision health, a significant step toward advancing this new field and, ultimately, improving the quality and equity of health care.
David Julius, PhD, professor and chair of the Department of Physiology and Morris Herzstein Chair in Molecular Biology and Medicine at UC San Francisco, has won the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
UCSF is encouraging every member of its community to participate in a confidential survey designed to help the University better understand people’s perceptions and experiences about the environment in which they work and learn.
Committed to the health and safety of its community, the University of California Office of the President (UCOP) voluntarily initiated a review to assess how buildings across the 10-campus system will perform during an earthquake.
A UCSF task force has been formed to recommend a publicly accessible, permanent site for New Deal-era murals that will be carefully removed from a seismically vulnerable building on its Parnassus Heights campus.