Furiously mincing the last of the onion and mushrooms, aggressively churning the lentil marinara to a thick paste, and scrambling to arrange the last of the garnishes before, "Time's up!

“I grew up in Madison, WI dreaming of tidepooling, bioluminescence and biking Highway 1 through Big Sur. All of those came true when, after college, I sold everything I owned and took off on a cross country bike tour for a year and a half.

By Ray

As my laundry piles, carpet stains and the dust rests in my room I realize that I just don’t have time outside of school anymore.

Only 1,318 students applied for the cost of living supplement (COLS) last year, yet 1,500 awards were available for the roughly 3,000 student currently at UCSF.

The time has come to thank and honor faculty, staff, and students/residents/postdoctoral scholars who go above and beyond in service to our local, regional, and global communities!

“It’s funny how a brush with mortality and debility can make you realize how fortunate you are. A couple years ago, during my last year of college, I was skiing with some friends near my hometown in Ohio. (What? You can ski in Ohio?

The spring season brings excitement, decisions, and stress for senior medical students in the form of the Match, the nationwide system that matches newly-minted doctors with residency programs. Those applying to U.S.

As scientists, we live in the nitty-gritty details and caveats of our work.

“Every year, dental students at UCSF organize a day of free dental care for kids in the community.

​With the advent of CRISPR technology, editing human genomes is no longer the stuff of science fiction. But Hank Greely, a Stanford law professor and bioethicist, isn’t too concerned: “I don’t think it’s very important, I don’t think it’s gonna happen, but I don’t care about it even if it does,” he remarked (perhaps with a bit of tongue in his cheek), speaking at UCSF in January.