On November 15, the Asian Health Caucus hosted its annual Iron Chef event, and this year marked the epic Battle of Bean Sprouts.

During test weeks, the library is crammed with dozens of bleary-eyed students.

Presentation: “Resistance Is Only ‘Skin’ Deep: Dissecting the interactions between tumor cells and their micro-environment in melanoma”

Presenter: Bianca Lee (second-year BMS student)

Photo by Venkateswarlu Kadiveti

By Venkateswarlu Kadiveti
Staff Writer

Plenty of people miss their share of happiness, not because they never found it, but because they didn’t stop to enjoy it.
~ William Feather

Reviews of journal articles covering topics of Cell Biology, Cancer Biology, Immunology, and Microbiology.

By a brilliant stroke of luck, your two Scoop writers were placed together in Alameda for pediatric preceptorships this quarter.

With a record of 8-2-1 and a commanding lead in their division, one would think it would be smooth sailing towards the playoffs for the 49ers, with none of the drama that surrounds other teams at this time of year.

During the first couple weeks of medical school, my college advisor urged me to determine what was necessary for me to function at my optimum level, be it time devoted to exercising, music or art.

If you take the UCSF shuttle to Mission Bay on a Thursday afternoon, you may find yourself outnumbered by animated physical therapy students.  While they may be dressed in the exercise pants and tennis shoes often associated with physical therapy,

A group of children from the movie A Closer Walk

Twenty-four years ago, two young men living in Switzerland, James W. Bunn and Thomas Netter — a San Francisco journalist and a public information officer — decided they had to make a change.