Events

Wednesday, February 13

Department of Surgery Grand Rounds

Advances in Transplantation: Toward Precision Immune Tolerance Speakers: Sandy Feng, MD, PhD Professor of Surgery, Division of Transplant Surgery Director,...

Breast Oncology Program Seminar Series

Held weekly on Wednesdays at UCSF Mount Zion. Please visit cancer.ucsf.edu/breast-oncology-program-seminars for up-to-date information on the speaker and...

Loving Dementia Care: Learn the Skills You Need to Succeed

An opportunity to learn and share the challenges and rewards of caring for patients with dementia Workshop Topics Include: Overview of dementia, including...

Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Presentation: The Child-Parent Psychotherapy HEALTH Study: Clinical Research Partnerships to Understand Early Life Adversity, Biological Embedding, and Its...

How to Network Using UCSF Connect

Note: Registration required (Register through Eventbrite) Are you curious about UCSF Connect, UCSF’s official networking platform? With over 2,000 users,...

School of Nursing Quarterly Mental Health Symposium (QMHS): Treatment of Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADS)

In the School of Nursing, the PMHNP program hosts a Quarterly Mental Health Symposium (QMHS) which typically highlights lived experiences of individuals with...

Student Health Winter Hump Day 2019: STI’s: What Will You Ask?

Student Health Winter Hump Day 2019 at Parnassus Wednesdays, January 23rd - February 13th, Noon-1pm in HSW 301 Take a mid-week break and join Student...

Negotiating your faculty job offer (Negotiation series Part I)

Note: Registration required (Register through Eventbrite) Waiting for a faculty job offer? This seminar will introduce you to the negotiation process and...

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Quarterly Parnassus Construction Community Meeting

Please join UCSF at our quarterly community meeting to learn about construction and other projects at the Parnassus Heights campus. At this meeting, UCSF...

Mini Medical School - Diabetes

According to the National Diabetes Statistics Report of 2017, 9.4% of the U.S. population has diabetes – that’s over 30 million people. It’s likely someone...

Wednesday, February 13