Dr. David Graham’s Last Lecture featured nuggets of wisdom that only a life full of experiences can develop.

Imagine waking up one morning with static, like what you would see on an old television screen, flickering over your entire field of vision. It’s constant, and even shutting your eyes offers no relief.

What is the single most effective way to ensure success as a woman in the workplace? Sponsorship.

[Originally published in Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper, April 17, 1982] Gov. George Deukmejian and a large media entourage swung through two UCSF labs on April 10 for an update on the state of AIDS research.

Calling all UCSF students, staff, and faculty! It’s approaching that time again – UCSF’s Annual Cultural Night.

For decades, the war on drugs has been a staple of American federal policy intended to combat substance abuse. Yet today we see America in the midst of one of the largest drug crises in its history.

[Originally published in Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper, April 25, 1975] A woman with a large skin tumor had a recurring dream that she was climbing a tall mountain on a narrow trail to a place she needed to go.

Just in time for the closing of Women’s month, nine of the 10 finalists in this year’s Grad Slam were women, including the victor. Yiqi Cao won both the first place prize and the people’s choice award for being the most engaging speaker in a conte

Students will receive online ballots starting April 9 for a student referendum vote on a new fee to help support the services offered by Student Health and Counseling Services (SHCS).

Discrimination complaint reports at UCSF totaled 284 during the 2016-2017 academic year: 20 percent were race related, 20 percent were sexual harassment, 10 percent were gender related, 10 percent were disability related, and another 12 percent we