Categories: Research

2020 Mary Anne Koda-Kimble Seed Award for Innovation fuels vital research across the School

The award funds the boldest, riskiest, and most blue-sky ideas.

UCSF features expertise in kidney care and work on artificial kidney

A team of kidney experts talk about kidney disease and share their hopes for the future.

Sample medications and detailing visits add to costs, Guglielmo argues

Free samples of medications and “detailing visits” are costly, B. Joseph Guglielmo argues in JAMA.

FDA, academia, and industry join forces to shepherd new therapies to patients

UCSF-Stanford CERSI brings together scientists, industry, and government regulators to get new therapies to patients sooner.

Implantable bioartificial kidney achieves preclinical milestone

Scientists implanted a prototype kidney bioreactor in large animals without significant safety concerns.

Desai inducted into International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering

Desai was recognized for being a “pioneer in the use of micro and nanoscale materials to deliver protein and cell-based therapeutics.”

Pathogenic Landscape of HIV

2019 Koda-Kimble Seed Award supports School of Pharmacy’s boldest ideas

The 2019 Mary Anne Koda-Kimble Seed Award for Innovation will fund nine bold research projects, ranging from studies of the molecular underpinnings of cancer to focus groups designed to prepare PharmD students for experiential learning.

Desai named the director of new UCSF bioengineering initiative

The Health Innovation Via Engineering (HIVE) program is designed to inspire collaborations in bioengineering research.

School of Pharmacy tops pharmacy schools in NIH funding for 39th straight year

Among all U.S. pharmacy schools, the UCSF School of Pharmacy earned the most research funding from the National Institutes of Health in 2018, totaling nearly $29 million dollars that will support studies spanning the basic to the clinical sciences.

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