“I have this duty to respond to students who are inquiring about the universe as a career path, to respond to them in the way that Carl Sagan had responded to me,” remarked Neil DeGrasse Tyson, who has recently rebooted the late astrophysicist’s T

These are difficult times to be an academic biomedical researcher. Budget cuts and misguided policy decisions have lead to a hypercompetitive funding environment.


Role: Family House Volunteer
Featuring: A group of UCSF Pharmacy students, organized by Shawn Wen Sun, Doctor of Pharmacy Candidate, 2016

The San Francisco Health Plan has completed an affiliation agreement with UCSF to provide managed care Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experience (APPE) rotations for fourth-year students enrolled in the School of Pharmacy.

Living Green at UCSF logo

Looking for something fun to do over lunch area with affordable, healthy food and engaging activities related to sustainability?  On May 8 from 11 a.m.

The UCSF School of Dentistry welcomed the incoming Class of 2018 at [email protected]’s Second Annual Admit Day on April 5, 2014.

Graduate and Professional Students Association in gold letters

More than 400 students participated in voting for the 2014-15 inaugural elections of the Graduate and Professional Student Association Executive Council. It was a very close race in each position.

For scientists around the world, the open access movement has radically changed how journal articles are read and distributed by offering an alternative to the dominant subscription-based access model.

When was the last time you were sitting down after a hard day’s work, unwinding with your favorite crime drama such as CSI: Crime Scene Investigation and you thought to yourself, “Really?

This series explores the impact of open access journals on the scientific publishing industry. In this final installment, we look at how the industry's shifting fee structure is hurting scientists.