To Herbert Menjivar, a senior custodian at UCSF, his community is the center of his life, both here and in his native country of El Salvador.
Min Cho’s work in a UCSF lab that researches protein translational mechanisms in blood cancers was just an abstract, albeit important, concept to him – until he was diagnosed with a rare blood disease.
At the height of the AIDS epidemic, David Robb made a career change from being a film student and San Francisco restaurant employee to working in non-profit and research for HIV/AIDS.
Marcel Alavi and his fellow memoirs of the UCSF Pride Committee worked together with the UCSF LGBT Resource Center to create a visible presence for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, & transgender (LGBT) campus and medical center community by marching in the 2015 SF Pride Celebration.
UCSF students chose Kimberly Topp, PhD, to deliver this year's "Last Lecture" to close out the academic season.
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.
Twenty-five years after reading the influential study that sparked his interest in respiration and anesthesiology research, Rich Kallet co-authored another landmark paper that appeared in the same journal.
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.
Jennifer Mannix and her Campus Life Services Arts & Events team are committed to encouraging creativity and collaboration throughout the UCSF campuses. They provide diversified programs like arts, performances, community activities and discounts for the entire UCSF community.