UC San Francisco (UCSF) has become the largest scientific institution in the nation and the first UC campus to allow for public access to its research publications. The university, which publishes around 4,500 scholarly papers each year, will be following […]Read more ›
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The California HIV/AIDS Research Program (CHRP) of the University of California recently announced that it would participate in the largest HIV prevention pill test in the United States. The CHRP will divide $11.8 million to medical groups including three UC […]Read more ›
The process of reforming UC San Francisco’s (UCSF) business model has begun with the appointment of 13 leaders to serve in the “Future of UCSF” committee. The initiative, which was first announced by UCSF Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann during the UC […]Read more ›
As worldwide rates of obesity and diabetes diagnoses increase, researchers at the UC San Francisco (UCSF) say that sugar intake should now be regulated, much like alcohol and tobacco. The researchers suggest that sugar may be responsible for nearly 35 […]Read more ›
A 20-year study conducted by scientists from UC San Francisco and the University of Alabama at Birmingham has concluded that the occasional usage of marijuana is not associated with lung damage. The study, which compared the pulmonary functions of cigarette […]Read more ›
Scientists at UC San Francisco’s General Hospital and Trauma Center (SFGH) and Columbia University have examined the effects of a federal tax on sugary beverages, concluding that such a tax could potentially save lives and money. According to a press […]Read more ›