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UCSF, San Francisco Department of Public Health (SFDPH) and San Mateo County Health (SMC Health) are partnering with local community groups to learn about long COVID. Their project, Let’s Figure Out Long COVID – Tell Us Your Story, Bay Area, will call local residents of all ethnicities and backgrounds who previously had COVID.
UCSF researchers are part of a $200 million global consortium to develop new diagnostics, therapeutics, containment and control strategies to reduce the suffering from tuberculosis (TB) around the world.
A new UCSF study reveals how gut inflammation can disrupt not only the digestive system, but also the skin. It’s a tale in which the main players are specialized immune cells and the bacterial communities — called microbiomes — that dwell within the gut and skin.
Overcrowding, antiquated buildings, rapidly changing conditions and the need for complex coordination helped drive a dramatic COVID-19 surge in California’s prisons, according to a new report from UCSF and UC Berkeley.
Parents of children under the age of five-years-old now have the option to vaccinate their infants and young children against COVID-19. Our expert looks at potential vaccine side effects, risks of COVID-19, access and vaccine effectiveness in children.
A significant proportion of bacterial sexually transmitted infections – gonorrhea, chlamydia, or syphilis – were prevented with a dose of doxycycline after unprotected sex, according to preliminary results of a clinical trial.
In a new study of long COVID, UCSF researchers identified biomarkers present at elevated levels that may persist for many months in the blood of study participants who had long COVID with neuropsychiatric symptoms.