In October, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) announced the award of seven grants to UC San Francisco scientists through the highly competitive High-Risk, High-Reward Research program, supported by the NIH Common Fund.
Before returning home to pursue her PhD in sociology at UC San Francisco, Rashon Lane had one last mission across the globe: go to Africa to help understand the Ebola epidemic.
To showcase the beauty and complexity of science, Pulse of UCSF is hosting a campuswide science image and video competition. All UCSF faculty, staff and trainees are invited to participate. Deadline for submissions is September 30, 2015.
Experience the beauty and complexity of life through the eyes of science. As the nation’s leading public recipient of NIH biomedical research funds, there is no shortage of visually stunning research happening in UCSF labs every day.
Everyone at UC San Francisco contributes to changing the future of health, and a campaign has been launched to capture your contribution in a meaningful way.