A new Science Policy Group at UCSF will focus on educating students and others about the “mechanisms of science policy and policy-related careers,” according to the group’s co-founder, Brittany Anderton.

Reviews of journal articles covering topics of Immunology, Genetics, and Neuroscience.

When it comes to improving your fitness level, a common complaint is the amount of time it takes to get in a good workout.

The US News and World Report published its annual rankings of the nation’s medical schools last month, ranking the UCSF School of Medicine fourth in both “Research” and “Primary Care.” That’s a big deal, right?

Got a long incubation time to kill? Waiting for your cells to spin? Bored in-between classes? In class?

Presentation: “Not in My House!”

Presenter: Lauren Rodda (second-year BMS student)

My restaurant connoisseur brother and experienced “foodie” friends all assured me that eating vegan in San Francisco would be easy and that restaurants are used to customers with dietary restrictions.

Faced with a projected deficit of $57.4 million by the end of the 2012-13 plan year,  the university’s student health insurance plan (UC SHIP) will undergo structural changes in the 2013-14 year to prevent the plan from falling further into debt. 

PhD Comics, created in 1997 by Jorge Cham, catalogs the lives and times of graduate students and postdocs in an academic laboratory — and is loosely based on Cham’s experiences working in a robotics PhD program at Stanford University.

Image of ASUC logo with the text Student Membership Fee Referendum

In just a couple short weeks, students will have the opportunity to vote on a fee referendum. I would like to take the opportunity to give my honest opinion why it is crucial for students to vote in this referendum.