Do you have an idea that could improve health science? Have you thought of a way to streamline patient care? Or maybe you’ve just been binge-watching Silicon Valley and you want a taste of the action. Startup 101 is the course for you.

A film festival happening at Mission Bay next weekend aims to put a spotlight on rare diseases.

Science lovers will rejoice over the UCSF Associated Students of the Graduate Division’s (ASGD) free screening of ANYA — a provocative, scientifically-sound and emotionally satisfying story of a couple’s decision to turn to science for help with h

Volunteer in K-12 classrooms and share your enthusiasm about science with students in San Francisco!The Science and Health Education Partnership (SEP) is currently recruiting for our classroom partnership programs which bring together UCSF volunte

Welcome new and returning members of our campus community to the UCSF Office of Diversity and Outreach (ODO).

Synapse is pleased to introduce two new leaders who are taking the helm of the 65-year-old UCSF student news outlet this year. Meet our new Co-Editors-In-Chief Jihee Yoon and Genesis Vasconez.

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UCSF will be holding free drop-in flu shot clinics to all UCSF employees, students and volunteers from Monday, September 16 to Thursday, October 24. The drop-in clinics will be at various UCSF locations including: Parnassus, Mt.

Every year on the last weekend of May, the streets of San Francisco are filled with music from Brazil and Latin America in celebration of carnaval.

Editor's note: Due to a last minute NBC assignment, the Lunch & Learn with Jacob Ward has been rescheduled to Tuesday, April 16.

Do you have burning questions or comments about diversity at UCSF? Here’s your chance to learn more and speak your mind to Chancellor Sam Hawgood.