Announcements

Share you enthusiasm about science by partnering with teachers to being hands-on engaging science activities to student in San Francisco's public schools.

Do you want to…

…gain experience teaching?

Protect yourself and everyone around with a flu shot offered free from Sept. 17 to Oct. 12, depending on the UCSF location.

According to the CDC, more than 15,300 flu related deaths were reported during the 2017-2018 flu season.

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.

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. 

Why did it take so long for microfluidics to become an integral part of life science and diagnostic product development? Is it because the on market size and timing is so difficult?

With large segments of California’s population no longer identifying as one race alone, medical experts are reinventing the old narratives that tended to link diversity and race with health dysfunction. On May 16, UCSF students are invited to a seminar, co-sponsored by the Office of Diversity and Outreach and UCSF Alumni Relations, entitled, 'California and the Changing US Narrative on Diversity, Race and Health,' where UCLA Professor Dr. David Hayes-Bautista presents theory, method and data from current research that support an emerging alternative narrative on diversity, race and health.

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.

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