The Health Innovation Via Engineering program will be led by Tejal Desai.
Hana El-Samad’s research may one day make it possible to take a broken cell and bring it back to health by dynamically sensing its pathology and fixing it.
As a program investigator, James Fraser will receive $1.25 million over the next five years to support his research and teaching.
The health headlines of 2018 captured our attention and impacted our lives in myriad ways. So what's next in 2019, for UCSF and beyond? You tell us.
A weighty new study shows that CRISPR therapies can cut fat without cutting DNA.
UCSF researchers are talking to patients about what they want in artificial limbs with the aim of improving and speeding the FDA approval process.
The ascendancy of CRISPR systems raises a grand hope: If these tools can illuminate the causes of disease in the laboratory, why not bring them into the clinic to treat patients?
Thanks to a $6.7 million grant, the newly named UCSF-Stanford Pediatric Device Consortium can focus on the development of revolutionary, low-cost gadgets to diagnose and cure pediatric health conditions.
In an achievement that has significant implications for research, medicine, and industry, UCSF scientists have genetically reprogrammed human immune cells without using viruses to insert DNA