Scientists at UCSF QBI and the QBI Coronavirus Research Group (QCRG) have been awarded $67.5 million from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to support its mission of pandemic preparedness.
In medical school, Nathan Lo thought we could do more to help the 750 million people around the world with or at risk of getting schistosomiasis. This week, he helped World Health Organization rewrite guidelines to treat everyone in affected communities.
The California Labor Laboratory, a new initiative from UCSF, UC Berkeley, and the California Department of Public Health, will address the health of California workers in both traditional jobs and other employment arrangements, including gig workers.
We spoke to UCSF virologist Nadia Roan, PhD, about the latest developments in our knowledge of the Delta variant, including how the new variant spreads so efficiently, whether it causes more serious illness, and why she thinks vaccines will hold the line.
UCSF Medical Center has been recognized as the nation’s best hospital for neurology and neurosurgery, and among the country’s premier medical centers overall, in the 2021-22 Best Hospitals survey by U.S. News & World Report.
In 1981, a mysterious illness began overwhelming the San Francisco community. Since those early days of the epidemic, UCSF has steadfastly been at the forefront of patient care, research and community partnerships in the battle against HIV and AIDS.
In the third installment of UCSF’s three-part series, “COVID-19: The Path Forward,” a panel of health and policy experts met March 23 to examine COVID-19's impact on our society and look ahead to how we rebuild and prepare for future pandemics.
UC San Francisco and Johns Hopkins University today announced the launch of the Opioid Industry Documents Archive, a digital repository of publicly disclosed documents from recent judgments, settlements, and ongoing lawsuits concerning the opioid crisis.
In the week after former President Donald J. Trump tweeted about “the Chinese virus,” the number of coronavirus-related tweets with anti-Asian hashtags rose precipitously, a new study from UCSF has found.