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Promising new drug flags evasive cancer cells for destruction 

UCSF researchers use combination therapy to expose cancerous protein targets to the immune system 

Shipman lab develops a biological recorder of gene expression

Retro-Cascorder gives scientists a window into cell behavior and identity.

Behind enemy lines

School scientists make headway against antibiotic-resistant bacteria

Pirating proteins for biomedicine

Wells reflects on his trailblazing career in protein engineering

Present your research at the 15th Annual UCSF Health Disparities Research Symposium

Trainees and faculty members are invited to submit abstracts by Friday, July 8.

New clues in the hunt for Alzheimer’s therapies

Pharmaceutical chemist Arkin and neurologist Grinberg discover a new protein aggregate in Alzheimer’s disease.

Díaz honored with Edison T. Uno Award for Public Service

Tetrad graduate student recognized for efforts to support marginalized students at UCSF

UCSF QBI Coronavirus Research Group awarded $67.5 million to develop therapies for future pandemics

Award is the largest NIH grant in UCSF history

Dresser follows in Giacomini’s footsteps as an advocate for DEI in science and industry

Dresser is the first openly-LGBTQ president of the ASCPT

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