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Update from the Dean - July 2004

Bay Area Screening Center and Center for Chemical Diversity, Breathe Easy Education Program, Center for Computational Proteomics Research, AIDS epidemic in Viet Nam. New faculty members: Veenstra, Vogt, Yokoyama, Kortemme. PharmD professional fees double, governor's compact. First year using...

Jacobson receives Sloan Fellowship

UCSF School of Pharmacy scientist Matthew P. Jacobson, PhD is the new recipient of a prestigious Sloan Research Fellowship awarded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

Systems biology reshapes science

Some people see a future populated by billions of mechanical micromachines, robots no bigger than a speck of dust that are programmed to do our bidding. UCSF School of Pharmacy researcher Christopher Voigt, PhD sees a different future.

Shoichet cited by Thomson ISI for Hot Paper

UCSF School of Pharmacy scientist Brian K. Shoichet, PhD was named by Thomson ISI in September 2003 for having written a Hot Paper in the field of chemistry.

Update from the Dean - February 2004

New faculty members (Sali, Voigt, Chen, Schwarz). Systems biology and complex systems. Results of the school retreat and strategic planning. Awards and appointments (Benet, Shoichet, Winter, Ignoffo, Louie, Soller). Reactions to Governor Schwarzenegger's state budget proposals. $6 million gift from...

Update from the Dean - July 2003

Reactions to Mission Bay moves. Ideas for generating revenue to offset the California budget deficit. How we gather input and advice to shape our planning. Awards and retirements (Kuntz, McCart, Ruggiero, Sutherland). Relocation of the Office of Student and Curricular Affairs. New School of...

Ban voted on tobacco industry funds

UCSF faculty members voted last December 52% to 48% to no longer accept funds from manufacturers of tobacco products or their subsidiaries.

Update from the Dean - February 2003

California budget deficit leads to UC cuts and student fee increases. Scientists move in to Mission Bay. 2003 PharmD applications up 32% over 2002. ACPE Accreditation approved. Exit survey and post-graduate survey results. Honors and awards (The Annals of Pharmacotherapy, Kuntz, Pohorille, Nguyen,...

Women of science make fall 2002 move to Mission Bay

Three UCSF School of Pharmacy women — Kathy M.

Update from the Dean - July 2002

ACPE accreditation preliminary feedback is encouraging. Governor Gray Davis calls for reductions in spending. 2002 PharmD applications up 40% over 2001.

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