Presentation: “‘Are We Exclusive?’ A host-specific microbiota appears to be critical for mammalian immune maturation.”

Presenter: Katherine Farrar (2nd year BMS student)

I have never thought about life without Space Shuttle missions. In my mind, like rainfall or Rocky movies, Space Shuttle missions just happen—not every day, but regularly and for good enough reason.

California plays a cruel joke every year. You probably won’t believe me, but it’s fall right now. Yes, the trees look as they did in March; if you are from the East Coast, this may seem a bit strange to you.

Before I came to UCSF last year, the only type of group fitness class I’d ever taken was yoga. As a former college athlete, I had often chuckled at group fitness gurus who worked out in gym studios.

Pharmacy Sailing Tour and Cruise, 2012. On Sept. 22, first-year pharmacy students headed out to the Modern Sailing School and Club in Sausalito for a day of sun-soaked adventuring, as a part of orientation activities.

Off-season moves are a common way for teams to improve areas of weakness that posed problems during the regular season.

Shinya Yamanaka, MD, PhD, a professor of anatomy at UCSF as well as a senior investigator at the university-affiliated Gladstone Institute for Cardiovascular Disease, was awarded the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine on Monday “for the d

In the wake of last week’s presidential debate, Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly faced off for a discussion of their own on Saturday at George Washington University’s Lisner Auditorium in the nation’s capital.

During the first presidential debate on Sept.

Presentation: “Coaxing Out the Enemy: Using HDAC inhibitors to purge HIV-1 from Latent Viral Reservoirs”

Presenter: Mark Jeng (2nd year BMS student)