UCSF

2022 News

Shuvo Roy
The Kidney Project director is honored for development of an implantable bioartificial kidney
An aerial view of San Francisco
Giacomini gathers a leadership team in pursuit of a new vision for the School of Pharmacy.
Shipman
Retro-Cascorder gives scientists a window into cell behavior and identity.
Tsai wearing a laboratory coat and standing next to laboratory equipment
School scientists make headway against antibiotic-resistant bacteria
James Wells
Wells reflects on his trailblazing career in protein engineering
Giacomini
New dean aims to elevate the pharmacy profession
Hernandez
Our newest faculty member will hold joint affiliations.
Efrain Diaz
Tetrad graduate student recognized for efforts to support marginalized students at UCSF
Kearney
Interim Dean Thomas Kearney provides the latest on the School’s activities and announces the selection of the next dean, Kathy Giacomini, PhD
Giacomini
Renowned pharmaceutical scientist brings decades of experience at the intersection of research, patient care, and education to lead the School
Robinson
This year’s Distinguished Alum found a career’s worth of inspiration from formative experiences in pharmacy school
Dresser
Dresser is the first openly-LGBTQ president of the ASCPT
Guglielmo
Guglielmo leaves a legacy spanning pharmacy, science, sustainability, and DEI.
Koda-Kimble
This year’s Seed Awards will support projects ranging from the discovery sciences and patient care to sustainability and diversity, equity, and inclusion
Dresser
Dresser becomes the first openly LGBTQ+ president of the ASCPT
Ahituv and Inoue
School research into health, disease, and medicine earned the most NIH research dollars of any U.S. pharmacy school for the 42nd consecutive year.
Kearney
The search for the School’s next dean is ongoing.
Gartner holding a petri dish
Gartner, Huang, Manglik, Kortemme, Savic, and Shipman honored for visionary research endeavors
Shipman and Lopez
Recent findings from the laboratory of Seth Shipman, PhD, show that a type of bacterial DNA known as a retron can be harnessed to dramatically improve genome editing.