Come with us on a visit to the UCSF Library to look through their extensive Rare Book Archive, which includes some historic and "priceless" materials dating back centuries chronicling the very beginnings of health science and research.
Stephen Hinshaw, PhD is a distinguished professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at UCSF. It was his own personal mental health journey that Hinshaw knew could be looming once he began to understand the genesis of his dad’s struggles.
Dan Bernal, a longtime San Francisco resident who served for more than two decades with U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi, has been named vice chancellor for community and government relations at UC San Francisco.
Diana Greene Foster, leader of a groundbreaking study on what happens to women who are denied abortions, has been named a 2023 MacArthur Fellow, one of the most coveted honors in academia, science and the arts.
Angela Woon, an IT Communications Analyst at UCSF, avid runner, and writer, shares her story and experience with Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP), a condition that will eventually cause her sight to fully deteriorate.
UCSF students and postdocs join advocates from around the country for the 2023 Rally for Medical Research to call on our nation’s policymakers to make funding for NIH a national priority and raise awareness about the importance of continued investment in medical research.
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.
UCSF primary care physician and researcher Alka M. Kanaya, MD, is being recognized with the 2023 Kelly West Award for Outstanding Achievement in Epidemiology from the American Diabetes Association (ADA).
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.