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To determine whether healthy food could help low-income people better control their diabetes, a pilot study by UCSF and Feeding America tracked nearly 700 people at food banks in California, Texas and Ohio over two years.
Open Enrollment is that time of the year when UC employees have the opportunity to review and make changes to their benefits. It’s a good time to consider any potential changes to their personal situation and plan ahead for significant medical needs.
To celebrate four decades of rich history, the School of Nursing takes a look at highlights of our Nurse-Midwifery program including its integral and deep connection with San Francisco General Hospital.
Reducing consumption of added sugar has the power to reverse a cluster of chronic metabolic diseases, high cholesterol and blood pressure, in children in as little as 10 days, according to a study by researchers at UCSF and Touro University California.
Alicia Fernandez’s passion for social justice began with escaping political persecution in her native Argentina. It strengthened when she became a physician to give underrepresented people a voice in determining their health.
Representing a new era in its patient care, the University is introducing UCSF Health, a health care system that expands the delivery of innovative, high-quality and high-value care to people throughout the Bay Area and beyond.
The late UCSF neuroscientist Allison Doupe, MD, PhD, will be honored by the Society for Neuroscience with the Patricia Goldman-Rakic Hall of Honor award at the society’s annual meeting in Chicago later this month.
Genetic ancestry, as well as facial characteristics, may play an important part in who we select as mates, according to an analysis from UCSF, Microsoft Research, Harvard, UC Berkeley and Tel Aviv University.
UCSF has closed escrow on the purchase of three properties from a single owner near its Mission Bay campus as a potential site to build critically needed, affordable housing for graduate students and trainees.
Health care providers must have detailed discussions with their older adult patients to better determine their true life expectancy, according to researchers at UCSF and San Francisco Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
UCSF has launched a collaboration with international pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline plc (GSK) to promote early-stage research with the potential to translate into new therapies for cancer, obesity and antibiotic resistant bacteria.