Essential news for the UCSF community

UCSF takes next steps to find a permanent home and launches a new online virtual experience. Explore the murals »

A new therapy pulls forward a mutated version of the KRAS protein to help the immune system recognize and destroy cancer cells.

The plan addresses both human-powered and electric bikes and micromobility vehicles such as scooters and skateboards.

Drop-in Flu Vaccine Clinics Available to Faculty, Staff, Learners: 
As part of UCSF's ongoing efforts to protect the campus community, UCSF continues to offer free influenza vaccines at various locations to prevent the spread of the disease as we approach cold and flu season. Flu shots are available at these UCSF sites » 

Updated COVID-19 Booster Shots: UCSF is offering new booster shots from Moderna and Pfizer that are specifically formulated to protect against infection from the two most prevalent Omicron subvariants circulating in the community. Schedule and report a booster shot » 

Call for Proposals to Promote Health and Wellbeing: To support the wellbeing of the UCSF community, the University is again offering grants for projects that promote various forms of wellness – whether emotional, physical, social, financial, professional, environmental or spiritual. Learn more »

Nominations for Alumni Achievement Awards: Each year the Alumni Association of UCSF recognizes outstanding, talented alumni who are changing the world and making a difference in their communities. You can nominate all UCSF alumni – including former residents, fellows, and postdocs – for the seven awards. Learn more » 

Virtual Ofrenda for Latinx Heritage Month: All members of UCSF are invited to participate in a virtual ofrenda (offering) by placing an object, image, or message dedicated to a loved one. Learn more and participate »
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Wellness Corner: Attend free weekly meditation sessions with renowned mindfulness instructor Marc Lesser. These Tuesday-morning, 30-minute sessions include a 20 min guided meditation and a 10 min Q/A. No registration is required, so drop in whenever your schedule allows. Visit for this and more wellbeing related resources »