Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Thirty-five years after its launch, Ward 86 continues to be a global leader in HIV care and has significantly influenced milestones in treatment and prevention.
UCSF experts in gene editing and bioethics weigh in on the news of Chinese researcher He Jiankui’s announcement of the birth of the first babies who had their DNA edited as embryos.
The Quantitative Biosciences Institute attracts investigators on the basis of the tools and techniques they employ, rather than the diseases they study.
The 23rd International AIDS conference, AIDS2020, is returning to the Bay Area for the first time in 30 years, with leadership from UCSF and the International AIDS Society.
Patients were hypothetically willing to increase wait time and travel distance—and accept significant reduction in medication—in order to access a healthcare provider with a nice attitude, according to a new survey.
Model to treat HIV in rural East Africa led to 20% fewer HIV deaths, reduced the incidence of HIV and TB, and improved control of hypertension and diabetes.
About 250 UCSF staff, faculty, students and supporters came out on a cold and foggy morning in Golden Gate Park to raise funds in the annual AIDS Walk San Francisco event.
A rainbow-hued contingent from UCSF turned out for the 48th annual San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade.
A staggering 64,000 people in the United States died in 2016 from drug overdoses – and a study led by UCSF’s Daniel Ciccarone is aiming to get at the heart of of the problem, including by interviewing opioid users.