Events

Wednesday, October 24

Neurology Staff Retreat

Sponsored by the Department of Neurology Diversity Committee Invitation only, registration required. 9:00am — Welcome! Coffee & tea in the Atrium. 9:30am...

Systematic Review Series | Session 1: Intro and Overview

Topics: The systematic review familyWhat is a systematic review (and what it is not)What does it take to do one?Outline of the process from conception to...

 Free Lunch, Movie & Panel @ Mission Bay

Join the Office of Sustainability and UCSF Library for a special lunch time screening of the Redford Center and HBO documentary Happening: A Clean Energy...

3D Printing at UCSF: Part III

Recommended prerequisite: 3D Printing at UCSF Parts I and II Do you have a CT scan that you would like to convert to a 3D print? Are you interested in...

Student Health Fall Hump Day 2018: Thriving as a First-Generation College Student

Student Health Fall 2018 Hump Day Student Wellness Series (P) Take a mid-week break and join Student Health and Counseling for the Fall Hump Day Student...

Using RefWorks at UCSF

The New RefWorks works more efficiently and is easy to set up and use. It does everything you need EndNote for, but is free to the UCSF community, and far...

Sandler Neurosciences Center

3:00-4:00pm Dr. Julian Motzkin - Topic TBD 4:00-5:00pm Dr. Megan Richie - Topic TBD

Dinner and Panel: Getting Ahead with Open Access

Two decades after open access came into existence, there's been steady progress in the amount of scholarly content that's published immediately open access...

PubMed for Clinicians @ MB

After just 30 minutes, you will be able to use PubMed to quickly incorporate evidence-based information into your clinical practice. We’ll get there by...

Runners Clinic at the Lab

If running is a part of your sport, we want to help you make running effortless, move more efficiently, run faster, avoid injury, improve your performance,...

Free Class - Laughter Yoga

Laughter Really Is the Best Medicine! Laughter is contagious and has a powerful and immediate effect on our mind, body and spirit. Our bodies can’t tell the...

T. Hans Newton Lecture: Neural Substrates of Musical Creativity

The annual T. Hans Newton memorial lecture is held each October in memory of the life and work of esteemed Professor Emeritus T. Hans Newton, MD, whose...

Parnassus Heights Re-envisioning Process Community Working Group Meetings

UCSF is beginning a process to re-envision our historic Parnassus Heights campus to better serve the community, our employees, patients, and visitors. To...

Wednesday, October 24