Events

Thursday, May 9

2019 UCSF Staff Engagement Survey

The annual UCSF Staff Engagement Survey, conducted by Gallup, is a brief survey for staff to identify UCSF’s strengths and improvement opportunities as a...

2019 Inman Abbott Meeting

Save the Date: 2019 Inman Abbott Meeting, May 9-10, 2019. To register and learn more, download this year's fact sheet.

Bike to Work Day 25th Anniversary

Bike to Work Day (BTWD) is Thursday May 9th! Join us at the Mission Bay Energizer Station on 16th and Owens at Mission Bay. Bicycle by for a free bag of...

Neurological Surgery Grand Rounds

Speaker: Deva Sanjeeva Jeyaretna, MD, FRCS Presentation Title: "Service delivery and training in a publicly funded skull base surgery service"

Using molecular epidemiology to improve malaria surveillance.

Jessica Briggs, MD is a Clinical Fellow Her work leverages samples collected from clinical cohort trials performed in malaria endemic areas to better...

Restorative Movement: The Feldenkrais® Method: For People with Cancer

The Feldenkrais® Method is a revolutionary approach to fitness and health that is rapidly gaining recognition as a powerful means of rehabilitation for those...

Restorative Movement: The Feldenkrais® Method: For People with Cancer

NOTE: We are in the process of moving this class online, via Zoom. Please check back for details. The Feldenkrais® Method is a revolutionary approach to...

Spring 2019 Craft Fair

The Laurel Heights Artisan Guild presents the Spring 2019 Craft Fair at the Laurel Heights campus. Handmade goods from your UCSF friends and colleagues

Department of Medicine Grand Rounds- Dr. Francesco Boin

Title: Diagnosing and Treating Scleroderma: What’s New? Dr. Francesco Boin is Professor of Medicine in the Division of Rheumatology at the University of...

Knitting Gathering: For People with Cancer

Come together to knit, to share, and to laugh! Our weekly Knitting Gathering is the perfect way to relax, meet others, and create beautiful hats, scarves,...

Latinx Discussion

Over the last few years, the use of the identifier "Latinx" (pronounced "Latin-ex") has received increasing attention and usage in popular and scholarly...

The Chancellor's Concert Series featuring Hilda Huang

Prizewinner of three International Bach Competitions pianist Hilda Huang performs J.S. Bach: Overture in the French Style, BWV 931, Overture, W.A. Mozart:...

USF Teaching Opportunities Information Session (Parnassus)

Note: Registration required (Register through Eventbrite) UCSF/USF Partnership for Undergraduate Mentoring and Teaching (PUMT) OCPD and University of San...

Bike Commuting and UCSF Shuttles.

Did you know that all UCSF shuttle have bike racks? Bike racks help make bike commuting easier but it can feel overwhelming to use them for the first time in...

Super Searching: PubMed, Embase, and Beyond

Let us show you how to get the best results from your search. Go beyond the Google searching methods to get a handle on database logic. Build complex search...

Faculty Research Lecture - Translational Science

Nominations are made by UCSF faculty, who consider the translational research contributions of their colleagues and submit nominations for this prestigious...

Speaker Series: Dan Widmaier, PhD, CEO and Co-founder, Bolt Threads

From Lab to Runway - Bolt Threads’ Journey in Biomaterials In 2009, Dan Widmaier was a fifth-year synthetic biology graduate student at UCSF. He was...

Thursday, May 9