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Music and Medicine: Michael Weiner, a professor of Radiology in the School of Medicine, plays the piano with his jazz quartet at Pier 23 Café in San Francisco on Feb. 25. Weiner, who has played the piano since he was 3 years old, is a pioneering brain imaging researcher whose NIH-funded research is working to move dementia screening online. Read more about his research »

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International Women’s Day at UCSF : Join UCSF for its first multi-campus celebration of International Women’s Day on Friday, March 8. There will be multiple events at campus and UCSF Health locations. Learn more about the events »

UCSF’s 2018 Sustainability Report: From tackling  energy use in labs  to integrating climate change and environmental health into the School of Medicine’s  curriculum , UCSF continued to be a leader in health and sustainability last year. See the full report »

Prestigious Award for Graduate Students: Two UCSF graduate students, Adair Borges and Yiming Chen, were named as recipients of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center’s 2019 Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Award. Learn more about their research »
Celebrating Women's History Month at UCSF
When Lucy Field Wanzer said she wanted to study medicine, an instructor told her that a woman had no business doing so, and if she did, ought to get her ovaries removed. Her reply: “Then men students ought to have their testicles removed.”

Wanzer went on to become the first woman to graduate from UCSF in 1876.