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Join us for an evening of music and creative expressions by members of the UCSF community and collaborators to support refugees and the people of Ukraine. Donations to attend will directly support the International Rescue Committee and the UCSF Scholars at Risk Program and its assistance in Ukraine. In addition to musicians from across UCSF, we are honored to be joined by SF Symphony cellist Barbara Bogatin. There will also be featured artworks for auction by Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health.

UCSF Vice-Chancellor and Provost Dan Lowenstein, MD, and the Director of the UCSF Memory and Aging Center, Bruce Miller, MD, will offer keynote remarks, with additional reflections from other special guests including Michael Magnae of the International Rescue Committee. Through songs, stories, and other creative works, we stand in solidarity for peace and recovery.

Date & Time
Thurs, May 19, 2022
6:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Location
Byers Auditorium in Genentech Hall
600 16th Street
San Francisco, California

Register
Register here and donate to our fundraising efforts: (1) International Rescue Committee and (2) UCSF Scholars at Risk Program.

All are welcome and must show proof of vaccinations and boosters. Masking advised.

Questions
Please contact Camellia Latta at camellia.latta@ucsf.edu

We hope to see you there!

Read more from the UCSF Chancellor’s office about supporting the people of Ukraine.

The organizing group includes members of the Global Brain Health Institute, Memory and Aging Center, and Department of Neurology together with Creative Arts Therapy of UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.

Event Details

  • Karen Louie
  • Yu Chen

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