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The recognition, the University’s highest honor, went to three of the founders of the UCSF Black Caucus, a nurse who led significant changes to improve senior health care, and the UCSF 2021 Nobel Prize winning scientist. Watch their stories »

The UC Regents approved funding to build on the preliminary design plans that had defined the initial scope and design of the project.

The competition, put on by CoLabs Initiative and the Bakar ImmunoX Initiative, asked young scientists to make something out of a cancer dataset.

Grants of up to $100,000 are available for projects that promote wellness – whether emotional, physical, social, financial, professional, environmental or spiritual.

A research consortium led by UCSF found that there’s a significant difference between the but bacteria profiles of MS patients and healthy individuals.

UC President Shares Priorities: UC President V. Michael Drake, who is at the beginning of his third year as head of the statewide university system, has shared his four priorities. Read more » 

Learn How to Protect UCSF’s and Your Intellectual Property, IT Resources, and Privacy: Join the UC celebration of Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Register for events and activities » 

UCSF COVID Hotline Modifies Hours: The COVID Hotline will have reduced hours of operation from September 28 to September 30 so the Office of Population Health staff can attend their annual retreat. Read more here »

UCSF Discount at the Columbia Sportswear Company Employee Store: The Columbia Sportswear Company Employee Store in Richmond, CA and West Covina, CA opens its doors for a limited time to UCSF faculty, staff, and students. Present this flyer to enter » 
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Wellness Corner: Here’s your sign to re-hydrate and increase your water intake. Water is essential to good health and staying hydrated is especially important in warmer weather. Visit for more wellbeing related resources »