Categories: Research

Innovation gets a boost from 2023 Koda-Kimble Seed Awards

This ninth year of awards focuses on research advancing health and furthering understanding related to cancer, diabetes, HIV testing, immune response, and more.

Regulatory science at UCSF gets major boost with FDA CERSI renewal

The FDA announces the Centers of Excellence in Regulatory Science and Innovation (CERSI) renewals, granting up to $50M for UCSF’s joint effort with Stanford.

Scaling up the bioartificial kidney at UCSF

On June 12, The Kidney Project was awarded a $1 million Artificial Kidney Prize from KidneyX for advancing its prototype bioartificial kidney toward a full-sized, human scale, with manufacturing and ultimately clinical trials on the horizon.

Brenda Melano and Sebastián Cruz-González receive 2023 Genentech-UCSF School of Pharmacy Diversity Fellowships

PSPG and BMI graduate students will bring their scientific talents and passion for equity to Genentech during their summer internships.

Using the bioartificial kidney to free patients from dialysis

The Kidney Project is featured in an outlook in Nature.

How proteins orchestrate the biology of the cell

Research from QBI illuminates the interconnected nature of molecular networks.

UCSF School of Pharmacy leads in NIH funding for the 43rd straight year

School research into health, disease, and medicine earned the most NIH research dollars of any U.S. pharmacy school for the 43rd consecutive year.

Closing the equity gap in science

The UCSF Bay Area Youth Science (BAYS) program prepares high school students from historically excluded backgrounds for STEM careers.

Celebrating women in discovery science

Zaro and Wilder share their passion for science as part of International Women and Girls in Science Day.

Ahituv appointed director of UCSF Institute for Human Genetics

Leader in genetics and genomics will helm collaborative efforts across UCSF

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