Events

August 25 - September 23, 2019

Monday, August 26

Applying for faculty positions (Mission Bay)

Note: Registration Required (Register through Eventbrite) Applying for faculty positions In this workshop, we will describe how participants can...

11am
Intensive Services Grand Rounds

Presentation: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation at UCSF Speakers: Ramotse Saunders, MD Health Sciences Associate Clinical Professor Department of...

Meditation & Guided Imagery: For People with Cancer

People with cancer and their caregivers are invited to join us for our free weekly Meditation and Guided Imagery class. This is a drop-in weekly class (no...

Tuesday, August 27

BCHO Grand Rounds: Updates in Care for Transgender Youth

Presented by: Ilana Sherer, MD Assistant Medical Director, Child and Adolescent Gender Center UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals Attending Physician UCSF...

NIH K Award Workshop

Attention new investigators! Dept. of Psychiatry Vice Chair for Research Andrew Krystal, MD, MS, will host a workshop for those planning to submit or in the...

Psychiatry Education Spotlight

Topic: Book Club Discussion: "Drive" by Daniel Pink Instructor: TBD ---------- About Education Spotlight: Education Spotlight is a faculty development...

YogaCares: For People with Cancer

Anyone can find deeper well-being and enjoy the benefits of yoga. Whether you are in active treatment or living beyond cancer, yoga can help to enhance your...

ESCape: CANCELLED

ESCape (Education Scholarship Conference) is a weekly group consultation for scholarly work in health professions education with CFE faculty and other...

Elizabeth Spiegel, MD and Colin Partridge, MD, MPH	International Perceptions of Pediatric Disability

If you were born tomorrow, how many years of a disabled life would you trade to avoid life-long disability? This was the question put to parents & providers...

Sewing Machine Demo

Join us for a demo on the Makers Lab sewing machine. We'll give you a basic introduction on what our machine can do. No sewing experience necessary! Have...

Surgical Innovations Meeting

Topic: Wrong-Site Surgery: Universal Surgical Band Presenter: Phillip Kim, MD, MBA, Biodevice Innovation Fellow, UCSF Surgical Innovations meetings provide...

Advisory Committee Meeting for the Future of UCSF Parnassus Heights

Help us plan for the implementation of UCSF’s roadmap for future development at Parnassus! UCSF invites the community to explore the vision for the 30-year...

Wednesday, August 28

Surgery Grand Rounds

"It is Your Lane" Speaker: Congresswoman Jackie Speier on resilience, values and standing for principle in politics and in life. Congresswoman Jackie...

Jeremy Keenan, MD, MPH: Mass Drug Administration of Azithromycin and Childhood Mortality

Dr Keenan and colleagues at UCSF's Proctor Foundation have demonstrated (in the MORDOR I study) that twice-yearly azithromycin administration to children in...

Teresa Bleakly Kortz, MD, MS: Managing Sepsis in Low Resource Settings

Pediatric sepsis has a high mortality rate in limited resource settings. Sepsis protocols have been shown to be a cost-effective strategy to improve...

David Gordon, MD, MPH: Psychosocial development in children with severe acute malnutrition

Malnutrition, particularly in the first 1000 days of life, is associated increased vulnerability to infection and compromised development. In this same...

Soft Circuitry

Create functional circuits without wires, boards or soldering! Let Makers Lab staff introduce you to the benefits of "soft" circuitry, where we'll be using...

Immigrant Rights are Human Rights Rally

In light of ongoing attacks against immigrants in our country, some feel it is imperative to unite together as community members, care givers, and advocates...

Robin Goldman, MD, MPH   Understanding Health Systems

Dr Goldman is an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Pediatrics at UCSF. She works as an internal medicine hospitalist at the San Francisco VA and...

Thursday, August 29

Emilia Connolly, DO, MPH,  Measuring Impact: Evaluating Care Quality in LMIC Health Systems

An imperative of capacity building in global health is the current shift from documenting the problem to implementing solutions. This short presentation and...

Carol Chen, MD, MPH, Improving Pediatric Emergency Care with the African Federation for Emergency Medicine

Lack of emergency medical care is an important factor contributing to lower survival rates of critically ill children in low resource settings, such as in...

Systematic Review Series | Session 1: Intro and Overview

Considering doing a systematic review? Heard about them but want to know more? Topics: The systematic review familyWhat is a systematic review (and what...

Library Leaders Series: The Role of Health Sciences Library in Transforming Research & Education with Nicole Capdarest-Arest

Libraries are at a pivotal crossroads. Changes in technology, in research, and teaching and learning have created a very different context for health science...

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...

YogaCares: For People with Cancer

Anyone can find deeper well-being and enjoy the benefits of yoga. Whether you are in active treatment or living beyond cancer, yoga can help to enhance your...

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,...

UC Oracles Toastmasters meetings

The Mission of UC Oracles is to provide a positive learning environment in which every member has the opportunity to develop outstanding communication and...

Using SOAP for Learner Professionalism

Led by: Andrea Marmor, MD, MSEd Clinical Professor, Department of Pediatrics, ZSFG UCSF School of Medicine Professionalism is a required competency for...

David Teitel, MD:  Promoting Cardiac Care in Resource-Limited Countries

Dr. David Teitel has been a member of the UCSF faculty since 1982, after completing a fellowship in pediatric cardiology at this institution. He was the...

Virtual Reality Demo

Join us as we explore virtual reality technology (VR). Using the Oculus Go headset, we will walk through the basics for experiencing VR content in the Makers...

Makers Lab After Hours

Join us in the Makers Lab for an after hours event at the Library. We will be 3D printing, 3D scanning, working with arts & crafts, and much more! Have you...

Friday, August 30

Memory and Aging Center Grand Rounds

“Imaging of Cerebrovascular Dysfunction in Brain Disorders” Louis Ptacek, MD Professor, Neurology UCSF School of Medicine Objectives: To be...

Core and More: For People with Cancer

Exercise training can improve physical functioning in cancer patients. Exercise can reduce feelings of fatigue, depression, and nausea; improve mental...

Jason Nagata, MD, MSc:  Research Priorities in Global Adolescent Health

One-sixth of the world’s population are adolescents, with 90% residing in LMIC. With limited resources, there is a need to prioritize research investments....

Strengthen your candidacy for a faculty position (Mission Bay)

Note: Registration Required (Register through Eventbrite) Faculty application season is in full swing. To maximize your chances of getting a faculty job...

11am
Holly Martin, MD: Child Health in Peru

The BREATH device (Baby Resuscitation Enhanced - A Tech Helper), is a combined hardware/software solution designed to improve and guide neonatal...

Phuoc Le, MD, MPH, DTMH: The Humanitarian Response and the SPHERE standards

Dr Le is Co-Founder of both ArcHealth, and the HEAL Initiative, which share an emphasis on sustainable social justice approaches to health access. Dr Le...

3D Printing at UCSF Part II

Recommended prerequisite: 3D Printing at UCSF Part I Did you know anyone from the UCSF community can 3D print right inside of the Library? Want to create...

Monday, September 2

Meditation & Guided Imagery: For People with Cancer

People with cancer and their caregivers are invited to join us for our free weekly Meditation and Guided Imagery class. This is a drop-in weekly class (no...

Tuesday, September 3

BCHO Grand Rounds: Rare Disease Diagnosis in Pediatrics: The Future is Today

Presented by: Bryce Mendelsohn, MD Physician-Kaiser Oakland Medical Center Assistant Clinical Professor, UCSF Pediatrics Objectives: Identify clinical...

YogaCares: For People with Cancer

Anyone can find deeper well-being and enjoy the benefits of yoga. Whether you are in active treatment or living beyond cancer, yoga can help to enhance your...

Integrated Case Conference

Presentation: TBA Part I - Sept. 3Part II - Sept. 10Presenter: Lucas Broster, MD, PhD Resident Physician UCSF Adult Psychiatry Residency Training...

ESCape: Student and faculty perceptions of medical knowledge assessment to optimize learning: a qualitative study

ESCape (Education Scholarship Conference) is a weekly group consultation for scholarly work in health professions education with CFE faculty and other...

Makers Lab 101: Knitting to 3D Printing

Have you heard about the Makers Lab in the UCSF Library? The Makers Lab is UCSF’s makerspace, or a creative, DIY space, where anyone from the UCSF community...

OCIM Research Seminar: Osher Research Lightning Talks

The Osher center will be kicking off a series of research seminars for the 2019-2020 academic year. The first research seminar will be from 12-1pm on...

UCSF Schwartz Rounds: The Patient I Will Never Forget

A multidisciplinary panel of care team members will participate in a facilitated discussion about the topic: The Patient I Will Never Forget Schwartz Rounds...

VA Medicine Grand Rounds - Dr. Diane Havlir

Title TBD Dr Havlir's research areas of focus include: 1) optimal HIV treatment approaches in the US with special attention to vulnerable populations in...

Surgical Innovations Meeting

Topic: Ben Guard: A wearable for catheter securement Presenter: Matt Murphy, CEO, Ben Guard Healthcare Solutions Surgical Innovations meetings provide a...

"Love Always, Mom" Documentary and Panel Discussion

Please join us for a screening of the award-winning film Love Always, Mom (review and trailer). The film is a stirring portrait of a young metastatic breast...

Wednesday, September 4

5th World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer (CoBrCa)

Hosted by UCSF, this conference will address key and controversial issues facing clinicians in their daily practice in an effort to find solutions to...

Anesthesia Grand Rounds: Anesthesia, Analgesia and Surgery in Global Health

Anesthesia, surgery, and pain management have historically been neglected by the global public health community. In 2006 it was estimated that 11% of the...

Surgery Grand Rounds

Professional Liability: Disclosing Adverse Events Speaker: Susan L. Penney, JD Executive Director UCSF Medical Center Risk Management ---- Live streaming...

Manage your Citations with EndNote (In-Person/Online)

This class will take you through set up, importing information into EndNote, organizing that information, and then using it to add citations and references...

UCSF Community Advisory Group (CAG) Meeting

Community Advisory Group The mission of the Community Advisory Group is to (1) serve as a community advisory body and sounding board for UCSF administration...

Get Ready for Kindergarten: Parent Private School Information Session

The UCSF Committee on Family Services and Bright Horizons Family Solutions are bringing leading Bay Area speakers to UCSF to share information on how to...

Thursday, September 5

5th World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer (CoBrCa)

Hosted by UCSF, this conference will address key and controversial issues facing clinicians in their daily practice in an effort to find solutions to...

Systematic Review Series | Session 2: Searching for Information and Best Practices

What is different about a systematic review search? This 90-minute session takes a close look at how and where to search to find the information you will...

Ready, Set, Chase! Lunch & Learn Panel Sessions

UCSF Financial and Administrative Services (FAS) invite faculty, students, and staff to attend a live, in-person event at Mission Bay to gear up for the...

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...

YogaCares: For People with Cancer

Anyone can find deeper well-being and enjoy the benefits of yoga. Whether you are in active treatment or living beyond cancer, yoga can help to enhance your...

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,...

Welcome Mixer for Incoming Fellows, Postdocs and Visiting Scholars

Please join us as we welcome our new trainees! This will be a great opportunity to mingle and connect with the trainees, faculty, and staff. Light bites and...

Get Ready for Kindergarten: Parent Private School Information Session

The UCSF Committee on Family Services and Bright Horizons Family Solutions are bringing leading Bay Area speakers to UCSF to share information on how to...

Friday, September 6

5th World Congress on Controversies in Breast Cancer (CoBrCa)

Hosted by UCSF, this conference will address key and controversial issues facing clinicians in their daily practice in an effort to find solutions to...

Memory and Aging Center Grand Rounds

“Lecture title to be announced” Edip E. Gurol, MD Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, MA Objectives: To...

Accelerated Path to Teach for UCSF Certificates - North Bay

On Friday, September 6, the Center for Faculty Educators offers this intensive day of workshops to accelerate progress toward completion of a Teach for UCSF...

Challenges in Clinical Teaching - North Bay

Led by: Andrea Marmor, MD This workshop goes beyond the common clinical teaching models learned in Time Efficient Teaching, such as the One Minute Preceptor...

Core and More: For People with Cancer

Exercise training can improve physical functioning in cancer patients. Exercise can reduce feelings of fatigue, depression, and nausea; improve mental...

Finding Clarity: Establishing Goals and Expectations for Learners - North Bay

Led by: Angel Kuo, RN, MSN, CPNP Teachers and learners can both benefit from clear goals and expectations. Teachers often find themselves teaching without...

ZSFG Dean’s Seminar

ZSFG Dean’s Seminar hosts presentations representing a breadth of research studies in basic sciences, bench-to-bedside, and clinical studies, to encourage...

Is it Hot in Here? Learning Climate in Medical Education - North Bay

Led by: Peter Chin-Hong, MD Teaching in the clinical setting is challenging. Creating a positive and effective learning climate can be essential to...

Using SOAP for Learner Professionalism - North Bay

Led by: Vanessa Thompson, MD Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Medicine, ZSFG Academic Development Director, Internal Medicine Residency UCSF...

Friday Cancer Center Seminar Series

Held weekly on Fridays at UCSF Mission Bay. Please visit cancer.ucsf.edu/seminars for up-to-date information on the speaker and topic, as well as for the...

3D Printing at UCSF: Part I

Did you know anyone from the UCSF community can 3D print right inside of the Library? Are you curious about the applications for 3D printing at UCSF? Join...

Monday, September 9

Meditation & Guided Imagery: For People with Cancer

People with cancer and their caregivers are invited to join us for our free weekly Meditation and Guided Imagery class. This is a drop-in weekly class (no...

Tuesday, September 10

BCHO Grand Rounds: Integrative Medicine for Cancer Patient Care

Presented by: Amy Matecki, MD, FACP, MSc. L.Ac Medical Director, Center for Integrative Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Service Sutter Health Alta Bates Summit...

Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Presentation: Recent Insights Into the Genomics and Biology of Autism Spectrum Disorder (Part II) (This is a continuation of a presentation that began on...

YogaCares: For People with Cancer

Anyone can find deeper well-being and enjoy the benefits of yoga. Whether you are in active treatment or living beyond cancer, yoga can help to enhance your...

Integrated Case Conference

Presentation: TBA Part I - Sept. 3Part II - Sept. 10Presenter: Lucas Broster, MD, PhD Resident Physician UCSF Adult Psychiatry Residency Training...

Using Zotero for Research (In-Person/Online)

Like EndNote, Zotero is a powerful research tool that helps you gather, organize, and analyze sources and then share the results of your research. Unlike...

Bike to Lunch with UCSF Bikes!

We’re group biking, scooting and skating over to Whole Foods on Rhode Island and 17th, a breezy no-hill 8-minute joy-ride. BYOB (Bring Your Own Bike) or...

ESCape: Available

ESCape (Education Scholarship Conference) is a weekly group consultation for scholarly work in health professions education with CFE faculty and other...

Survivorship Wellness Orientation: For Post-Treatment Cancer Patients

This is a monthly orientation held for people who are interested in enrolling in Survivorship Wellness, an 8-week clinical program focused on helping...

2019 Teaching Scholars Program Graduates' Scholarly Presentations

The UCSF education community is invited to attend as the graduating 2019 Teaching Scholars present their scholarly work in education in a mini-orals...

Surgical Innovations Meeting

Topic: INCUMEDx: Endovascular medical device technology incubator Presenter: Byung Ju, Founder & CEO, INCUMEDx Surgical Innovations meetings provide a...

Wielding the lasso of truth: Bixby brown bag with Dr. Jen Gunter

Join us for media engagement and social media tips from "Twitter's resident gynecologist", "Goop Slayer," and author of the forthcoming The Vagina Bible, Dr....

2019 Teaching Scholars Program Graduation Ceremony

The UCSF education community is invited to attend as the graduating 2019 Teaching Scholars are honored in an informal ceremony with their certificates. TSP...

Wednesday, September 11

3D Print the Ultimate Business Card

Want to make an unforgettable business card? Come learn a quick and easy way to make your 2D images into amazing 3D prints. No experience required, but...

The Chancellor's Concert Series featuring the Alexander String Quartet

Don't miss the first concert of the 22nd season of the Chancellor's Concert Series featuring the Alexander String Quartet. This free concert will take place...

Neurology Grand Rounds

Of Mice and Men: Mechanisms of DBS in Parkinson's Disease Alexandra Nelson, MD, PhD - Assistant Professor of Neurology Philip Starr, MD - Professor of...

Sokolow Memorial Lecture: The Causes and Composition of Pancreatic Cancer

Presenter: David Tuveson, MD, PhD, Professor and Director of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Cancer Center Title: "The Causes and Composition of Pancreatic...

PubMed for Clinicians @ Parnassus

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...

Get Ready for Kindergarten: Parent Public School Information Session

The UCSF Committee on Family Services and Bright Horizons Family Solutions are bringing leading Bay Area speakers to UCSF to share information on how to...

Thursday, September 12

Feeding the Tumor: 3rd Triannual Symposium Highlighting Cancer Research at Parnassus

This symposium is part of a triannual series that aims to enhance cohesion and collaboration between cancer researchers within the Parnassus Campus, as well...

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...

YogaCares: For People with Cancer

Anyone can find deeper well-being and enjoy the benefits of yoga. Whether you are in active treatment or living beyond cancer, yoga can help to enhance your...

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,...

Sokolow Memorial Grand Rounds: New Ways to Control Pancreatic Cancer

Presenter: David Tuveson, MD, PhD, Professor and Director of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Cancer Center Title: "New Ways to Control Pancreatic...

Eat to Nourish: 4-Evening Series, Live Cooking Demonstration

4 Thursdays: 9/12, 9/26, 10/3, 10/10 Note: This class is for UCSF Cancer Center patients, their caregivers, and survivors who have not previously attended...

Friday, September 13

#UCSFLife Instagram contest, win Apple AirPods!

We want to see #UCSFLife through your eyes! Show us your favorite UCSF locations, views, moments, art, events, people and more in our first UCSF Instagram...

Memory and Aging Center Grand Rounds

“Lecture title to be announced” Sally Temple, PhD Science Director, Principal Investigator, and Co-Founder, Neural Stem Cell Institute, Albany, NY ...

Pathway/Ticket to Your UC Retirement

Ticket to Your UC Retirement REGISTRATION REQUIRED A reminder that the next Campus Benefits sponsored Pathway/Ticket to Your UC Retirement event will be on...

Core and More: For People with Cancer

Exercise training can improve physical functioning in cancer patients. Exercise can reduce feelings of fatigue, depression, and nausea; improve mental...

Needlecraft Monthly Meet-Up

Calling all fans of knitting, crochet, cross-stitch, sewing, and embroidery! This meet-up (previously the knitting meet-up) is a chance for beginning and...

Friday Cancer Center Seminar Series

Held weekly on Fridays at UCSF Mission Bay. Please visit cancer.ucsf.edu/seminars for up-to-date information on the speaker and topic, as well as for the...

3D Printing at UCSF Part II

Recommended prerequisite: 3D Printing at UCSF Part I Did you know anyone from the UCSF community can 3D print right inside of the Library? Want to create...

UCSF @ SF Giants Game

Presented by CLS, Wellness & Community UCSF staff, faculty, and students take your family and friends out to the ballgame! Join Wellness & Community in View...

Saturday, September 14

12th Annual UCSF Health Ministries Symposium

Event Overview One-day health education symposium for San Francisco Bay Area Region Bring together faith leaders, health ministries, advocates, public...

Family Fun Day at the Makers Lab

The UCSF community is invited to bring family to explore the UCSF Library's Makers Lab, a place to unleash your natural creativity. The Makers Lab is a...

Monday, September 16

Sohil Sud, MD, MA: Bags and Baggage: Politics and Global Health

Dr Sud is an assistant clinical professor of pediatrics at UCSF. He serves as director of the UCSF Pediatrics Global Health Scholars Pathway, and is...

The Syrian Humanitarian Crisis:  Challenges and opportunities applying your skills in GH settings

Christopher Stewart, MD, is director of a number of global health education programs at UCSF, and has directed NIH and Doris Duke funded programs focused on...

3D Printing at UCSF: Part I

Did you know anyone from the UCSF community can 3D print right inside of the Library? Are you curious about the applications for 3D printing at UCSF? Join...

Nicolaus Glomb, MD, MPH, Pediatric Acute Care Interdisciplinary Training in Uganda

Simulation based training for EMS providers in resource limited settings (currently in Botswana). Developing curriculum for medical student/resident/fellow...

Meditation & Guided Imagery: For People with Cancer

People with cancer and their caregivers are invited to join us for our free weekly Meditation and Guided Imagery class. This is a drop-in weekly class (no...

Time Efficient Clinical Teaching

Led by: Erica Hansen, MD This session will discuss strategies to increase teaching efficiency in the clinical setting and expose participants to the...

District 5 Supervisor Candidates Forum

The candidates for District 5 Board of Supervisors will answer audience-submitted questions about key policy issues in District 5 and San Francisco. This is...

Tuesday, September 17

BCHO Grand Rounds: Pediatric Voice Clinic – Evaluating Dysphonia and Speech Issues in the Child

Presented by: Josephine Czechowicz, MD Pediatric Otolaryngologist UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital San Francisco Objectives: List the three most common...

2019 Faculty Development Day

Faculty Development Day is an annual one-day event designed to build community and enhance faculty life at UCSF. It includes plenary sessions, workshops, and...

Department of Psychiatry Grand Rounds

Clinical Case Conference Presentation: TBA Speaker: Andreea L. Seritan, MD Professor of Clinical Psychiatry Department of Psychiatry UCSF Weill Institute...

YogaCares: For People with Cancer

Anyone can find deeper well-being and enjoy the benefits of yoga. Whether you are in active treatment or living beyond cancer, yoga can help to enhance your...

ESCape: Available

ESCape (Education Scholarship Conference) is a weekly group consultation for scholarly work in health professions education with CFE faculty and other...

Ira Mellman, Genentech. "Drug Discovery & Development in Cancer Immunology"

Ira Mellman, PhD, is Vice President of Cancer Immunology at Genentech, a world leader in this vital, complex, and exciting field. Join us on Tuesday,...

Fundamental Skills in the Art of Effective Feedback

Led by: Calvin Chou, MD, PhD Professor of Clinical Medicine Department of Medicine, VAMC Academy Chair for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Ryan...

Josh Bress, MD: Using Technology to Reach Survivors of Sexual Violence in the Eastern Congo

Dr. Bress will share his work with this year's Nobel Prize laureate, Dr. Denis Mukwege, to improve access to immediate post-rape medical care in the eastern...

Michelle Hermiston, MD, PhD and Anu Agrawal, MD: Improving Outcomes for Children with Cancer and Blood Disorders in Vietnam

Relationship building and collaboration is key to international project success. Through collaborative efforts with multiple international partners and...

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...

George Rutherford, MD:  The State of Child Health in the World, 2019

George W. Rutherford, M.D., A.M., is the Salvatore Pablo Lucia Professor of Epidemiology, Preventive Medicine, Pediatrics and History; Head of the Division...

Wednesday, September 18

Catalyst Awards Internship Application for 2019-2020

The UCSF Catalyst Awards Internship Program provides an opportunity to learn about translational research and the process of advancing academic discoveries...

Devan Jaganath, MD:  Improving the diagnosis of childhood TB in Uganda

Children and people living with HIV are two of the the most vulnerable populations for TB, Diagnosis in these groups is difficult and leads to high morbidity...

Elderhood Author Louise Aronson in Conversation with Sharon Kaufman | ARCHIVES TALK

Elderhood: Redefining Aging, Transforming Medicine, Reimagining Life Healthcare and medical training primarily recognize two age groups: children and...

Priya Shankar MD, MPH & Ricky Sharma, MPP:  Advocating for Adolescent Girls in India through Peer to Peer Education

Gender inequality is deeply entrenched in Indian society and results in poor health outcomes for India's over 110 million adolescent girls. Additionally,...

Coleen S. Sabatini, MD, MPH  Intersection of Public Health and Orthopedics: Injection Injury in Ugandan Children

Dr Sabatini is working in Uganda, seeking to identify the prevalence of injection injury in children and the resultant orthopaedic complications...

F1000 Research Tool Clinic (In-Person/Online)

Like EndNote, F1000 is a powerful research tool that helps you gather, organize, and add citations and references to your article or paper. F1000 at a...

From Chaos to Clarity: Re-inventing Yourself After Cancer

This program will be held on seven Wednesdays, September 18-October 30, 5:00-7:00 pm. The first and last classes are in-person; the other five classes are...

Get Ready for Kindergarten: Parent Public School Information Session

The UCSF Committee on Family Services and Bright Horizons Family Solutions are bringing leading Bay Area speakers to UCSF to share information on how to...

Thursday, September 19

UCSF Arthroplasty for the Modern Surgeon: Hip, Knee and Health Innovation Technology in Sonoma 

OVERVIEW Presented by the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. Our nationally and...

Alison Kuchta, MD, PhD  Emerging Drug Resistance Patterns impacting Global Child Health

Emerging drug resistant pathogens represent a significant threat to human health. Drug resistant infections currently claim 700,000 lives per year and are...

Patrick Newman, MD: Collaborative Health Systems Strengthening with Partners in Health in Chiapas, Mexico

Health systems strengthening in Chiapas, Mexico. Dr Newman has been working with Partners in Health since 2012 in quality improvement cycles addressing,...

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...

YogaCares: For People with Cancer

Anyone can find deeper well-being and enjoy the benefits of yoga. Whether you are in active treatment or living beyond cancer, yoga can help to enhance your...

3D Carving Demo

Join us for a Carvey 3D carving demo! Get trained on using the Carvey and use it anytime the Makers Lab is open. The Carvey uses free web-based software and...

Christine McDonald, MSc, ScD:  Global Child Undernutrition and Efforts to Reduce Zinc Deficiency

Christine McDonald, ScD conducts research in global health nutrition with an emphasis on the design and evaluation of interventions to prevent and treat...

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,...

NIH Guest Lecture: Accessing Government Funds for your Startup

Need money for your startup but too early stage to interest investors? NIH’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants and Small Business Technology...

Postdoc Slam 2019!

Celebrate September's National Postdoc Appreciation Week by joining us for the 4th Annual UCSF Postdoc Slam LIVE event! Seven to ten postdoc finalists will...

Friday, September 20

Memory and Aging Center Grand Rounds

“Lecture title to be announced” Roberta Brinton, MD Professor, Department of Pharmacology and Neurology, College of Medicine, University of Arizona Tucson,...

UCSF Arthroplasty for the Modern Surgeon: Hip, Knee and Health Innovation Technology in Sonoma 

OVERVIEW Presented by the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. Our nationally and...

Manisha Kumar, MD, MPH & Yousef Turshani, MD; Experiences as a Doctor without Borders

Dr. Manisha Kumar MD, MPH is a family medicine doctor currently working for Doctors Without Borders as Head of the Task Force on Safe Abortion Care. The Task...

Core and More: For People with Cancer

Exercise training can improve physical functioning in cancer patients. Exercise can reduce feelings of fatigue, depression, and nausea; improve mental...

Participant Recruitment: Tips, tools and resources

Come learn about how the UCSF Participant Recruitment Program can partner with you for success in research study recruitment! Tools for Participant...

Michael Taylor, MD and Yousef Turshani MD: Island Medicine in Micronesia: Neither Here nor There

Island Medicine in Micronesia. UCSF professionals have provided care at the Commonwealth Health Center (Saipans only hospital) since 2006. Yousef Turshani...

From Penguins to Plankton: The Dramatic Impacts of Climate Change on the Antarctic Peninsula

22nd Maurice Galante Lecture- featuring James B. McClintock, PhD James B. McClintock is the Endowed University Professor of Polar and Marine Biology at the...

Saturday, September 21

Cancer Survivors' Retreat: The S/Hero's Journey

After all the medical appointments, what now? Join us for a relaxing day of self-care, renewal, and looking ahead, featuring: Keynote presentation by Laura...

Monday, September 23

Catalyst Awards for the Development of Therapeutics, Diagnostics, Devices, and Digital Health

The Catalyst Program is UCSF’s translational accelerator focused on advancing UCSF discoveries with clinical impact and commercial potential. The centerpiece...

Catalyst Awards to Develop Therapeutics, Diagnostics, Medical Devices, Digital Health and Biotools

This grant will not be reviewed by RAP review committees; It will be independently reviewed by the sponsoring agency. The Catalyst Program is UCSF’s...

3D Printing at UCSF Part II

Recommended prerequisite: 3D Printing at UCSF Part I Did you know anyone from the UCSF community can 3D print right inside of the Library? Want to create...

Intensive Services Grand Rounds

Presentation: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) Speaker: Shane O'Neil-Hart, LMFT Clinicial Therapist UCSF LPPHC Partial Hospitalization...

Meditation & Guided Imagery: For People with Cancer

People with cancer and their caregivers are invited to join us for our free weekly Meditation and Guided Imagery class. This is a drop-in weekly class (no...

Chancellor’s Fall Reception for UCSF Students

Kick of the Fall quarter with a celebration and kick back with our new students and senior leadership! We invite all UCSF students to a reception to mingle...

August 25 - September 23, 2019