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New research suggests genes involved in Disorder disrupt brain cells' ability to "know which end is up" during development.
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The controversial suggestion that we "blow up" authorship conventions to foster team, collaborative science by
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How can we use to impact health on an individual level? UCSF's , a computer scientist and pediatrician, shares his insights today at , 9:30am at the InterContinental Hotel.
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Congrats, Kevan! Can't wait to post a photo of you with your new tattoo to the UCSF Instagram account. 😉
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UC San Francisco Sep 24
CRISPR breakthrough offers DNA "cut and paste" in live cells *without* using viruses - a great read before Alex Marson's AMA, starting soon on r/AskScience.
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UC San Francisco Sep 24
Got questions about and immunology? One of our top researchers is hosting a Q&A today, and the forum is gathering questions now. Add yours and vote on which questions Alex Marson should answer on 's r/AskScience channel.
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UCSF Archives Sep 24
New digital collection of Dr. John S. Greenspan, dentist and HIV/AIDS researcher! Photo: Greenspan and CA Governor George Deukmejian at microscope in UCSF AIDS research laboratory, 1986.
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UC San Francisco Sep 24
“Tomorrow’s leaders need both deep science knowledge and the skill to solve problems by thinking scientifically.” unveiled a new curriculum.
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UC San Francisco Sep 23
Ask a scientist: How can we use gene editing tools to hack the human immune system? UCSF's Alex Marson talks DNA editing, immunology and more tomorrow afternoon during an open-ended . Mark your calendar for 9/24 at 3pm PST!
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Paris Communications Sep 20
Passionate about ? Want to help the public and policy makers understand its impact? Learn more this Monday with , part of a series hosted by the Science Policy Group , UCSF Office of Science Policy & Strategy, and
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UC San Francisco Sep 21
Most human cancers involve runaway cell growth caused by a defect in a common cell signaling pathway. So far all drugs have failed to block this pathway, but now UCSF researchers have a new strategy.
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UCSF School of Pharmacy Sep 19
Pharmacists may be the only clinicians that patients see outside the hospital, and can provide advice about drug interactions, side effects, dosages, and more. Our dean makes the case for looping pharmacists into everyday patient care :
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UC San Francisco Sep 20
Congrats, Brian!
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UC San Francisco Sep 20
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Congrats, Khalen, and welcome to the UCSF family!
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Lisa Marie Cisneros Sep 20
. Chancellor talks with , formerly of administration, for series. Says most impact on her career is doing things she wasn’t paid to do. Encourages attendees to do something they are passionate about & in their community.
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UC San Francisco Sep 20
Postdocs make huge contributions to . We're celebrating National Postdoc Appreciation Week with a slew of activities, from ice cream socials to workshops on stress and resiliency. Schedule here ➡️
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Liz Silva, PhD Sep 20
Hey folks: did you know you can now include your preferred pronouns into the directory?
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UC San Francisco Sep 20
Are you thinking of going to dental school? Check out for great tips and guidance to help you get there.
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UC San Francisco Sep 20
What if we could use genetic engineering to supercharge the human immune system? UCSF's Alex Marson will talk about his latest work in and immunology during a next week, mark your calendar for 9/24 at 3pm PST!
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UC San Francisco Sep 19
Human brains evolved eons before the internet, they aren’t built to handle our technology's constant demand for attention. But UCSF neuroscientist Adam Gazzaley says we can control our environments to help our brains focus.
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