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E. Padilla-Morales Sep 19
I was just stoppes by a fellow rider on the . He saw my ' jacket and said saved his life. Honored he shared that with me.
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UCSF iPQB 2h
Awesome article written by two graduate students, one of which, Samuel Thompson, is a graduate student in the iPQB program!
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Wallace Marshall Sep 14
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Chat 4h
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Mpowerment Project Sep 19
Share Your Story. πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ Join the first longitudinal health study of LGBTQ people today. via
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Wallace Marshall Sep 14
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Katherine Gruenberg 18h
So energized from listening to at the leadership series! Inspiring tips for leading with influence, community involvement, and getting back to nature. Talk about !
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Gina Solomon Sep 12
"It's blindingly clear that climate change is the greatest health threat to future generations" according to Dr Sam Hawgood, Chancellor.
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Maxence Nachury Sep 13
best conference of the year? So impressed with the depth of thinking. Taking notes on how to structure a great talk.
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Lily Wong 3h
Those new emissions free shuttles are looking mighty sleek.
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MedHunt Sep 18
Geocoded Data including: genomic, clinical, questionnaire, socio-demographic, and built environment helped this study. integrated this data to study the differences in the well and sick patients, regarding this case.
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Alex Spence Sep 16
The new developments in are absolutely mind-blowing. The discovery this week at Costello Labs where they managed to isolate the protein that causes cancer cells to divide is incredible. We may actually see a cure for cancer in our lifetime.
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Wallace Marshall Sep 13
Rebecca Mcgillivary giving a great talk on Stentor nuclear morphogenetic
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Graduate Division Sep 19
An article by two graduate students, just published in Nature, may help you navigate difficult subjects with your PI. (Great job, Tess Veuthey and Samuel Thompson!)
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Rosie O'Kelly Sep 19
I am sooo very thankful Missy Jenn is under the care of the UCSF Neurology Department, one of the best in the world.
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MedHunt Sep 18
The mortality disparity may be related to access and health care issues. Lack of education and access are all contributing factors The emergency room is a common "primary care" for individuals in poverty.
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Gaia 19h
Paper form the Sirota Lab Comprehensive transcriptomic analysis of cell lines as models of primary tumor samples across 22 tumor types
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MedHunt Sep 18
The problem with older research methods is that there are only 3 population collections: White, Hispanic, and African American.
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Beatriz Osuna Sep 16
finding mentors is hard lol πŸ˜‚ no but forreal tho, are there really no Latina PIs at UCSF? Would love to meet you if you are out there tho!
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MedHunt Sep 18
96% of Asthma studies focus on Americans, leaving people of other origin at greater risk.
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