Seconds ago, I was staring at one of the scariest thing of all, a blank white page. Every blink of the cursor was like a demand, ordering me to write something now, now, now.

Editor's note: We're pleased to present Kacey Berry's top winning 2018 Synapse Storytelling Contest submission in the personal essay category. In Survivors On The Margins, Kacey Berry shows her ability to see people with incredible depth and p

[This article first appeared in Synapse - The UCSF student newspaper, on Sept. 15, 1988]

A study of administrative practices at UCSF, commissioned by Chancellor Julius Krevans, concludes that sweeping changes are called for.

Learn how to make an impact with your science writing through a series of workshops on science advocacy focused on giving scientists the tools they need to effectively use their voice for the upcoming mid-term elections and beyond.

Get ready to rediscover the wonderment of science during the third annual UCSF Postdoc Slam competition returns on Wednesday, Sept. 26.

We welcome all.

As Vice Chancellor of Diversity and Outreach, I’d like to extend a warm welcome to all new and returning members of our campus community.

The results are in! Twelve of UCSF’s most talented writers and photographers took home the top prizes in the Synapse Storytelling Contest.

Judges are in the final stretch of deciding which of the several dozen Synapse Storytelling Contest entries will earn our top prizes. 

Scientific breakthroughs are occurring at a rate faster than ever before. In 2007, it was estimated that 1.5 million new scientific papers were published.

We’re both enrolled in a master’s program that is focused on translational medicine, which is the process of converting scientific knowledge into medical technologies.