Welcome to UCaSeFiles, a column presenting short case vignettes based on the stories of real patients seen on the wards, followed by a brief discussion of salient learning points.

Pumpkin pie, turkey with gravy, holiday cocktail parties and family gatherings: This time of year is fraught with challenges that make it difficult to maintain healthy habits during the holiday season.

“Wow, there are a lot of women out here!” That’s the comment I made out loud as I looked at the world’s largest women’s running race that assembled in downtown San Francisco on Oct. 19th.

Fall is a busy time of year! UCSF’s gym certainly seems to be bustling as well, having rolled out several new programs: Motown Moves, Pre-Masters Fitness Swim, and a slew of outdoor programs.

Every day, rain or shine, the swimmers at the Bakar Fitness & Recreation Center are bringing their best to the pool. These individuals, serious about fitness, are part of the U.S.

Dr. Daniel Kelly

With the Ebola crisis showing no signs of abating in western Africa, one of UCSF’s infectious disease fellows recently returned to Sierra Leone to assist the government as well as local health care workers in their efforts to stem the epidemic

picture of Sam Hagwood with quote:"I make sure to spend time with my family and do things that I enjoy most"

In an academically rigorous setting such as UCSF, it is not uncommon to encounter highly talented, focused, and dedicated students, staff, and faculty members.

Welcome to UCaSeFiles, a weekly column in which short case vignettes are submitted by UCSF medical students, residents and attendings based on the stories of real patients seen on the wards, with

The arrival of Fall also marks the return of 41 third-year physical therapy students back to campus for our final year.

Have you heard about November Project?