Proctor Foundation Researcher Lands Grant to Study Antibiotic Therapy in Malnourished Children

By Cary Groner on February 21, 2024
Catie Oldenburg, ScD, MPH

UCSF Researchers Receive Grant to Study the Relationship of Structural Racism to Mortality

By Cary Groner on February 21, 2024
Salma Shariff-Marco, PhD, MPH, and Iona Cheng, PhD, MPH

Funding awarded to support the international pooled analysis of uranium workers

January 03, 2024
The Zablotska Research Group received funding from the Department of Energy (DOE) to establish a data coordination center at UCSF to support an international pooled analysis of uranium workers (iPAUW).

Eureka Build-a-Thon at UCSF

January 03, 2024
Minh Nguyen, William Chen, and Isha Sethi represent the winning team, Living with Meningioma, who won first prize at the 2023 UCSF Eureka Build-a-thon on October 27, 2023
Suzanna Martinez

Suzanna Martinez deepens commitment to college students’ well-being in newly funded work

By Cameron Scott on December 04, 2023
Students can’t learn if they have nothing to eat or nowhere safe to study and sleep.

Helping women by helping their care providers

By Dan Fost on November 16, 2023
CPIPE embedded champion facilitating a session during a training for the control group in Migori, Kenya. Photo by Patience Afulani

Poor night’s sleep can trigger atrial fibrillation the next day

By Elizabeth Fernandez on November 09, 2023
We all know that a lousy night’s sleep can leave us feeling drained the next day. Now a study by UC San Francisco has found another reason to catch more Z’s: poor sleep is tied to significantly higher odds of experiencing atrial fibrillation (A-Fib) – irregular heartbeats that can lead to blood...

Does suspending kids from school harm their grades and health?

By Jess Berthold on October 24, 2023
Excluding kids from classes disproportionately impacts Black and Latinx kids, whose GPAs drop nearly 1.5 points.

New care model delivers hepatitis C treatment to most vulnerable

By Victoria Colliver on October 23, 2023
Breakthrough treatments introduced over the last decade have transformed hepatitis C from a chronic and potentially deadly infectious disease into one that can be cured.