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Students who spent their summer doing laboratory and clinical research alongside BCHO doctors and CHORI scientists are presenting their research at a scientific symposium at CHORI on Friday, August 10.
Built on a foundation of scientific thinking, and one that exposes students to the latest questions in research and patient care, the School of Pharmacy’s new curriculum differentiates UCSF’s PharmD degree program from the growing number of programs nationwide.
A new UC San Francisco study has discovered a key biological difference in how people of European and Chinese descent put on weight — a finding that could help explain why Asians often develop type 2 diabetes at a much lower body weight than Caucasians.
A decades-old medical mystery has been solved by researchers at UCSF and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Tennessee, who have discovered a pair of inherited genetic mutations underlying a familial blood disorder that sometimes leads to leukemia.
A new UCSF survey of staff found that while overall engagement is holding steady with most respondents continuing to feel a strong connection to UCSF’s mission, some groups are significantly less engaged than their co-workers.
From its first class in 2008, with just seven students, to the current class of 36, the Institute for Global Health Sciences master’s program has given its students the breadth of tools and skills they need to succeed in global health careers.
The Atlantic Philanthropies announced a new cohort of Atlantic Fellows, including Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health. The new fellows will be based at The Global Brain Health Institute at Trinity College Dublin and UCSF.