Opinion

By Ray

UCSF carries great weight among the small group that knows it, but outside this eclectic crowd of healthcare professionals and scientists, we appear to be an academic institution with no traditional school spirit — or even a true mascot. Maybe it’

It's bad when a philanthropic organization uses bad science to justify their means, but it's dangerous when bad science misdirects policy. I’m sure many good people work in the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. I’m sure there was good will, but good reasoning was nowhere to be found when the image above was posted on their Facebook page.
By Ray

It is without a doubt that paying rent in San Francisco is one of the most insane things a graduate student is asked to do. San Francisco stands out as one of the most expensive cities in the country.

By Ray

I don’t remember what our little patch of grass haven looked like, but I do know that the last time I saw it, at least I could breathe.

Editor’s Note: In the field of health science, we may sometimes encounter people and patients whose beliefs conflict with our own, or situations may arise that test our moral compass.

A murder took place in the California Senate. The perpetrators have not been charged; in fact, they continue to return to the scene of the crime.

Dear Mama M, My boyfriend and I started a long-distance relationship when I left for school and we currently live on opposite sides of the country. It's been really tough to maintain this relationship over the past year, and we're looking at continued separation for the rest of my time in medical school. I love him, but I don't know how long I can keep doing this.

“Here’s something wholesome and delicious for you to enjoy,” a smiling nurse says in a vintage Coca-Cola magazine ad. “Coca-Cola is served as a beverage in leading hospitals,” boasts another ad from the same period.

EVEXIA BioFund has continued to grow since its inception in April 2014, now including 65 members and managing a portfolio of $112,319. As previously profiled by Synapse, UCSF Biomedical science graduate students T.J.

As many of us return from or look forward to holiday breaks with family — joyous, frustrating or difficult though they may be — there is also a larger family meeting we as healthcare professionals and Earth inhabitants should be taking part in: th