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The first Surgeon General of California, Nadine Burke Harris (right), MD, MPH, FAAP, visited campus on January 29 to discuss collaboration with UCSF to help train medical providers to screen 13 million patients in the Medicaid system for childhood trauma. Burke Harris chats with Edward Machtinger, MD, director of the new UCSF Center for Advance Trauma-Informed Care, on the Parnassus campus.

Burke Harris will be back on campus on Feb. 13 to deliver this year's Chancellor’s Health Policy Lecture. She will speak on “Applying the Science of Toxic Stress to Transform Outcomes in California.”

UCSF in The News
Byers Award Lecture:  The annual Byers Award Lecture celebrates outstanding research in basic science. On March 3, James Fraser, PhD, will present on visualizing macromolecules using electrons and X-rays.   Save the date »

Research Funding Opportunities: The UCSF Resource Allocation Program (RAP) – a campus-wide program that facilitates intramural research funding opportunities offering basic, clinical and translational science research types of grant mechanisms – is now accepting applications for the Spring 2020 Cycle.  Learn more about opportunities and apply by March 2 »

Beware of Tax Scams: Tax time means an uptick in phishing scams. Learn what you can do to keep thieves at bay by taking a quick quiz. Everyone who passes will win a stress ball and be entered to win a free backpack. Take the quiz, get a prize, and learn how to protect yourself from tax fraud »
UCSF Town Hall on Novel Coronavirus
TODAY AT 12:15PM, FEB. 5

The UCSF community is invited to a special town hall to discuss the 2019 Novel Coronavirus. A panel of speakers will provide updates and answer questions on UCSF’s response to this developing outbreak.