Charles Limb, professor of otolaryngology at UCSF, has been fascinated for years by how artists produce unique, emotive, and coherent pieces of music with no sheet music or practice to guide them.
Frances McDormand, David Strathairn and Marjolaine Goldsmith came to UCSF to read scenes from Sophocles’ Ajax – a 2,500-year-old tragedy about the suicide of a great warrior.
CVP and Youth Speaks, are releasing four new spoken word videos as part of a health campaign to end type 2 diabetes in youth and young adults.
The Global Brain Health Institute has brought in its first class of Atlantic Fellows. The 32 fellows are taking a range of classes and pursuing projects with the goal of returning to their communities with knowledge and skills to implement changes impacting brain health.
After a seven-year hiatus, a pair of paintings by Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera have returned to the ZSFG following construction of the new hospital building.
UCSF is launching a new film series to raise awareness of disabilities as part of the University’s efforts to foster equity, inclusion and appreciation of diversity of all kinds.
Polina Ilieva, who oversees UCSF Archives and Special Collections, is working to preserve the items in the collection, to make them accessible to internal and external audiences, and to move toward digitizing the entire collection of artifacts.
While Maribel has never been able to shake the hand of the anesthesiologist who held hers in her time of need, she has the opportunity to assist other care providers every day through her work at UCSF.
Suzanne Carlisle Vick wanted to get a better sense of her family history. That’s why she made the 2,800-mile journey from South Carolina to California, to learn about Hugh Toland and UCSF.