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Sudden Cardiac Death More Likely to Fell Persons with HIV Infection
Targeted Therapy for ‘Undruggable’ Lung Cancer Stems from Decades of UCSF Research
Next-Generation T-Cell Therapeutics Set Sights on Cancers, Autoimmune Disorders and More
Mutation in Highly Infectious Alpha Variant May Help Coronavirus Evade Immune System
UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals Rank Among Nation’s Best in 2021-2022 US News & World Report
Older Women Who are Socially Engaged are More Likely to Be Emotionally Abused or Mistreated
To Prevent Delirium, Increase Mobility, Connection and Sleep
For Newborns with Seizures, Stopping Treatment Sooner May Be Safer
Space travel weakens our immune systems: Now scientists may know why
UCSF Joins National Collaborative to Study COVID-19 Outcomes for LGBTQ People
Fetal Heart Defect Detection Improved by Using Machine Learning
A comprehensive profile of California’s ‘homegrown’ coronavirus
UCSF Joins Forces with Philips to Enhance Digital Patient Experience
Full-Genome CRISPR Screen Reveals Surprising Ways Neurons Survive Oxidative Stress
Full-Genome CRISPR Screen Reveals Surprsing Ways Neurons Survive Oxidative Stress
Diamonds engage both optical microscopy and MRI for better imaging
Researchers Announce New Discovery to Evaluate Tuberculosis Treatments
Spread of Breast Cancer Linked to Newly Discovered RNA Splicing Mechanism
Vanderbilt honors Class of 2021 Founder’s Medalists
Researchers Observe New Complexity of Traveling Brain Waves in Memory Circuits
Eyes Offer a Window into Alzheimer’s Disease
High genomic diversity is good news for California condor
Building robots to expand access to cell therapies
How imperfect memory causes poor choices
LLNL-developed thin-film electrodes reveal key insight into human brain activity
Gene editing expands to new types of immune cells
Novel Structure Found in Tumor Cells May Open Door to New Kinds of Cancer Therapies
Pandemic-Driven Telehealth Proves Popular at Safety Net Health System
Brain Wave Recordings Reveal Potential for Individualized Parkinson’s Treatments
Cancer patients lonely and depressed during COVID
Ancient DNA Sequences Reveal How Modern Humans Diverged from Neanderthals
Multi-partner ‘OpenMind’ consortium to develop technology for new generation of neurostimulation devices
Smart Cell Therapies for Solid Cancers Ready to Move Towards Clinical Trials
A new perspective on genomes of archaic humans
Study dives deeper into genetic differences between modern and archaic humans
XYZeq: A better map of cell diversity
First of Its Kind Study Links Wildfire Smoke to Skin Disease
Deaths Rising in Workers Using Methylene Chloride Paint Strippers
New CRISPR Technology Offers Unrivaled Control of Epigenetic Inheritance
Want to Be Robust at 40-Plus? Meeting Minimum Exercise Guidelines Won’t Cut It
Maryam Shanechi to lead brain research supported by new NIH award
Frontline Health Workers Across US Faced Unique Stressors During COVID-19
AI-powered symptom checkers can help healthcare systems deal with COVID-19 burden
Accelerated Cellular Aging Associated with Mortality Seen in Depressed Individuals
For COVID-19 Long-Haulers, Few Answers, But Meditation and Peer Support Offer Some Relief
Pancreatic Cancer Cells Hijack Muscle Protein to Beef Up Their Metabolism
Vaccine Willingness Differs Among Bay Area Medical Workers and General Public
FDA approves first test of CRISPR to correct genetic defect causing sickle cell disease