There are many ways to make a difference in the UCSF community. One simple way is to save lives by donating blood.

A new evening dental clinic at UCSF is offering orthodontic care to low-income patients at nearly one-tenth of the typical cost.

Despite all the challenges faced by the LGBT community, doors are opening, according to Stuart Gaffney, a policy analyst at the UCSF Center for AIDS Prevention Studies. 


Online “knowledge network” improves post-publication review process

Perhaps you’ve come to the point in your training where you need to travel to distant locations at odd hours, and you’ve decided you really need a car.

The 2013 home earthquake-preparedness talks begin this week and will run through August.

Need to see a doctor? Need health advice? Where do you go?

I feel like I have been duped. I have always been told that finding balance between my work and my personal life was the key ingredient for staying healthy and happy. Then I graduate from college. Enter the real world. Get a real job.



A multi-generational crowd of students, residents, faculty and staff filled the Golden Gate Room on Wednesday evening last week to share one more important thing in they had in common: They are the first in their family to go to college.