Through much of American history, African American intellectualism was pushed out of the medical system even as it produced new medical and scientific knowledge.

Since the 2017 Mentorship Climate Survey was conducted by the Associate Students of the Graduate Division (ASGD), there has been a notable

The voices of UCSF stretch across all backgrounds and walks of life, and they are calling out to be heard.

Working with a judge on an amnesty committee in post-apartheid South Africa, Dr.

Have you ever gone to the doctor’s and been wrongly diagnosed? Much like many of us, Charlie Yeh, UCSF-UC Berkeley bioengineering alumnus and founder and CEO of mFluiDx, certainly has.

[Originally published in Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper March 5, 1992.] Dr. David Himmelstein, founder of Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP), promised that “something rather straightforward and simple can be done to save the United States healthcare system.” That something, he thinks, is a Canadian-style national health plan similar to the Russo bill being proposed in the House.

Open Data Day is coming up and people from around the world are gathering in support of Open Science and Open Data.

On November 8, 2018, I woke up to 65 text message notifications. One was from my close friend in New York City. It read, “Holy shit the news about TO [Thousand Oaks].”

Originally published in Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper, Feb. 23 1989. UC officials and outside experts told the UC Board of Regents Feb. 16 that the university faces a looming crisis in graduate education.

You ask me why everyone around you is succeeding

And you’re left alone conceding these feelings

From when you first departed

Aspirations written down on the application you started

To your future life -