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The pigskins were laid out on benches (like so many uncooked slabs of pork belly) as I watched), as a second-year medical student used a scalpel to slash deep wounds that would need repair.

Like many UCSF researchers, Grace Zhang had a productive summer in lab.

UCSF Medical Center and Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland have signed an affiliation agreement that links the two institutions but allows them to remain largely as separate entities.

Meeting global challenges requires breakthroughs from the entire global scientific community — not just a select set of well-funded universities in industrialized countries.  Scientists in developing regions, afflicted communities and social entre

There are many great things about summer.  However, for most people, housing is not one of them.

According to RentHop, a company specialized in apartment-searching, there isn’t a  time worse than summer to find housing.  

Student health insurance premiums will increase $565, or 20.4 percent, next year for registered students at UCSF, one of the campuses that have elected to stay with the UC Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP). 

The Graduate Student Association (GSA) has voted to oppose California Senate Bill 259, which would give graduate students the right to unionize if passed.   

 

Picture of courtyard owners Raphael Chan and Thoi Nguyen

After 28 years of serving delicious, quality food to the UCSF community at Parnassus, Courtyard Caffe will be closing its doors.

More than 80 students, faculty and staff joined together in Cole Hall on May 15 to pay their last respects to the anonymous men and women who donated their bodies for the study of anatomy.