Freya Magnusson applauds the efforts of UCSF to integrate natural medicine as a complementary approach to total wellness, at the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, the Pediatric ICU and other inpatient settings.
As Program Manager for the Cancer Resource Center, Naomi Hoffer is deeply embedded in the world of cancer supportive care. Their team continually assesses new pathways to sustained healing and whole-person support.
As School of Medicine Curriculum Coordinator since 2009, David Rachleff's challenge is to educate new medical students on the current physician practices and train their brains to remain flexible for future technologies and treatments.
Gail Mametsuka sees UCSF's greatest asset as its faculty, staff and students. As Assistant Director for UCSF’s Fitness & Recreation Department, she views her role as managing and inspiring her creative team who, in turn, develops quality fitness & recreation programs that keep UCSF campus members healthy, engaged and balanced.
As Vice Chancellor of University Relations, Barbara French is honored to share the great work of UCSF. She sees how UCSF and its commitment to research, education and patient care makes an impact on the people of San Francisco, the Bay Area, the State of California and beyond.
Paul Day has always been a social justice advocate, living and working by the principles of tolerance, inclusiveness, and accessibility for all.
Rena Pasick leads the Minority Training Program in Cancer Control Research (MTPCCR) with sites at UCSF and UCLA. Her program encourages and supports underrepresented master’s level students in public health and social and behavioral sciences on to the doctorate and careers in research.
Bonz Otsuki, a 20-year UCSF veteran, moved from Campus Life Services to University Relations / Community and Government Relations where she smooths the path for UCSF professionals and staff to get their work done.
José Carrasco Sandoval, Laura Aguilar and Angie Celis typify the caliber of talent UC San Francisco attracts. All three have been chosen to join the School of Dentistry’s Class of 2019. Unlike most of their peers, all three are “DREAMers.”
Dean Schillinger, MD, a practicing physician at San Francisco General Hospital, worked with the slam poetry nonprofit, Youth Speaks, to create “The Bigger Picture”.