Future Scientist is a small non-profit doing big things! Founded by UC San Francisco and UC Berkeley students who want to improve the world through science education, the organization's approach is to use hands-on science lessons to teach resource-poor communities how to identify problems that negatively impact their health and environment, and show them ways to implement their own sustainable, science-based solutions.
A UCSF-authored career development tool has been named the winner of Association of American Medical College's 2013 "Innovation in Research and Research Training" award.
“I want GSA meetings to be an inviting space for all represented students to learn about the issues going on at the campus and university level." Joseph Foy, GSA president and nursing student.
"Most of our SRTP students go on to obtain PhD and professional degrees, many here at UCSF. I often hear back from former students about how seminal this program was in their career trajectory," said Dr. Carol Gross, faculty advisor and founder of the SRTP program.