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2021 News

A branching network of protein systems
Scientists at the UCSF Quantitative Biosciences institute developed a new approach for understanding cancer and applied it to breast cancer and cancers of the neck and head
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The dean’s final update, including a major advance in tuberculosis treatment and leading UCSF on energy-efficient freezers.
Laboratory bottles and boxes covered in frost in a freezer
The UCSF School of Pharmacy and Supply Chain Management work to halve the carbon footprint of ultra-low temperature storage
Guglielmo
PharmD students organized the annual Vaccinate the Dean event and administered the influenza vaccine to Dean Joseph Guglielmo, PharmD.
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School leadership changes, our ongoing fight against COVID-19, and the latest accomplishments of students, faculty members, and staff members
Cell surrounded by viral particles
Research into SARS-CoV-2 variants and potential therapies pushes forward
Helium recycling equipment
The School is now recycling much of the helium used in its NMR facilities.
laboratory with scientist reading container label
Faculty members have until May 14 to apply for “risky and innovative research” funding from the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub.
Viral particles and cells
The Wells Lab developed an efficient test for SARS-CoV-2 antibodies
Student inspecting a patient's medication bottle
A task force brainstorms new ways to make the PharmD curriculum anti-racist, equitable, and inclusive
Koda-Kimble
The Mary Anne Koda-Kimble Seed Award for Innovation will fuel eight bold research projects across the School this year
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All the latest on COVID-19 vaccinations, a careful return to in-person education, science, and more.
Day
The School community celebrated the establishment of the Bob Day Student Center and the Bob Day Student Support Fund.
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Over $40 million in 2020 NIH funding to the School supported research ranging from the genomics of asthma to new malaria treatments
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A UCSF Magazine feature traces a School faculty member’s journey as both a patient and teacher.
Aludino and employee record dose of vaccine
Pharmacy students, technicians, faculty members, and providers all pitched in to the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine.