November 29, 2005
UCSF scientists have discovered that the activity of several embryonic stem cell genes is elevated in testicular and breast cancers, providing some of the first molecular evidence of a link between embryonic stem cells and cancer.
The finding, reported in the November issue of Cancer, ...
November 28, 2005
The University of California, San Francisco today announced a collaboration with GE Healthcare, a unit of General Electric Company (NYSE: GE), to develop new technology for clinical use that tracks real-time changes in tissue metabolism with unprecedented sensitivity.
The collaboration will focus on developing new ...
November 4, 2005
UCSF surgeons are using a novel technique to remove tumors from the cervical region of the spine that were previously thought "inoperable."
Called a lateral paramedian transpedicular approach, the technique uses advances in spinal instrumentation and reconstructive strategies to provide a direct approach to the ...
November 1, 2005
The campus community is invited to the Fifth Annual Salvatore Pablo Lucia Memorial Lecture in Preventive Medicine on Friday, Nov.4, from 4 to 5:30 p.m., in the UCSF School of Nursing, room N225, on the Parnassus campus.
A reception will immediately follow in the School ...
October 24, 2005
UCSF scientists have illuminated a key step in a signaling pathway that helps orchestrate embryonic development. The finding, they say, could lead to insights into the development of stem cells, as well as birth defects and cancers, and thus fuel therapeutic strategies.
The study, reported ...
October 24, 2005
Six UCSF faculty scientists are among 64 new members elected to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, the Institute announced today.
The new UCSF members are:
Allan Basbaum, PhD, professor and chair of the Department of Anatomy
Donna M. Ferriero, MD, ...