UCSF

AcronymDefinition
UCSFUniversity of California at San Francisco
UCSFUniversity Challenge Seed Fund (Oxford University; UK)
UCSFCatholic University of Santa Fe (Argentina)
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Americans United in late April advised UCSF's Board of Regents to pull out of the proposed agreement, asserting that it would subject several of its hospitals to religious dictates.
Medical technology company RaySearch Laboratories AB (STO:RAYB) announced on Monday that the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), has added RayStation-licenses for expansion at UCSF Medical Centre at Mission Bay, California.
- Dortmund, Germany-based diagnostics developer Protagen AG has commenced a collaboration with the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) to utilize Protagen's SeroTag technology to investigate the immuno-profiling of prostate cancer patients treated with checkpoint inhibitors and therapeutic vaccines, the company said.
Two UCSF veterans, Henry Bourne, a professor emeritus of cell and molecular pharmacology, and Eric Vermilion, a retired vice chancellor of finance, collaborated on this book.
Zellmer was part of the sixth cohort to graduate from the Master of Science in Dental Hygiene program at UCSF. The program was developed by the late Margaret "Peggy" Walsh, RDH, EdD, who had a vision to prepare learners to become educators, research collaborators and leaders.
UCSF has ongoing projects on genomics and big data, which strive to increase knowledge about cancer and cancer care.
A UCSF Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences research team, led by Tejal Desai, PhD, is testing two methods for delivering the drug to the traumatized area.
The group is named for the late Daniel Rosenman, a biomedical engineer and medical device entrepreneur with UCSF ties.
Walgreens at UCSF will offer pharmacist-based care and will explore new models for improving overall patient care.
The same biochemical pathway the molecule acts on might one day be targeted in humans to improve memory, according to the senior author of the study, Peter Walter, PhD, UCSF professor of biochemistry and biophysics and a Howard Hughes Investigator.
In the past other researchers have previously used different cell types in rodent cell transplant experiments and failed to stop seizures, according to the World Science and UCSF.