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With the coming of a new year, it is natural to hope for the best, fear the worst and work on resolutions for improvement.  While we wish for peace, health and prosperity, it behooves our health care system to be ready for disaster, in whatever fo

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Perhaps the best part about being in graduate school is meeting like-minded students: new friends who also love learning, intellectual conversations and have an appreciation for life in all of its complexity. 

A new student organization has formed that will focus on the dental needs of the Bay Area Filipino community.

A group of pharmacy school students organized a lecture series this fall to educate the UCSF community about precision medicine, an emerging field that utilizes the latest in medical technology and genome sequencing to analyze risk factors and pre

With the global human population in excess of 7 billion, some feel that meeting our growing food needs will require an agricultural revolution made possible only through enhancement of crops by genetic modification (GM).

The UCSF Library is currently hosting the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) Surviving & Thriving: AIDS, Politics and Culture. The exhibit highlights the stories of people involved in the AIDS crisis.

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The OneStart Americas competition, a partnership between Oxbridge Biotech Roundtable and SR One, the venture capital arm of GlaxoSmi

Since Typhoon Haiyan, the world has scrambled to bring aid to victims in its devastating aftermath.

As a referral hospital, UCSF offers care to many patients from distant cities.

In the wake of the devastating typhoon in the Philippines, UC San Francisco Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann, MD, MPH, sent out the following message to the campus community last Wednesday:

Dear Colleagues: