UCSF

Biophysics Graduate Program (BP)

UCSF-Amgen Symposium

The UCSF School of Pharmacy Industry Outreach Program presents a UCSF-Amgen Symposium.

This event will comprise two sessions:

Antibody Network partners with Celgene to develop cancer therapies

A new collaboration between Celgene Corp. and the Recombinant Antibody Network (RAN) will support the development of next-generation, antibody-based cancer therapies.

DeGrado receives Protein Society’s Stein and Moore Award

William DeGrado, PhD, faculty member in the School’s Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, has been named the 2015 recipient of The Protein Society’s Stein and Moore Award.

Desai Lab develops nanodevices to aid artery repair

Research in the laboratory of Tejal Desai, PhD, is creating new kinds of drug delivery devices to reduce the scarring and inflammation that can undermine stents—metal mesh tubes implanted to prop open blocked arteries, including in the heart.

Andrew Braisted Lecture

This endowed lecture was established by UCSF and UC Berkeley to bring together San Francisco Bay Area scientists who work at the interface of chemistry and biology. The lecture was established in memory of Andrew Braisted, a young scientist in chemical biology who had strong ties to UCSF, UCB, and...

Frontiers in Biophysics and Chemical Biology: a symposium in honor of Bill DeGrado

Chemical biology is a rapidly growing and changing field. This symposium highlights recent developments in chemical biology, outlines grand challenges in medicinal chemistry, and provides a platform for discussion on how these challenges can be met.

28th Annual Course on Pharmacokinetics for Pharmaceutical Scientists

The course will emphasize basic principles in pharmacokinetics. Presentations will be delivered via lectures and multiple small-group workshops. For more details and registration information, see Pharmacokinetics for Pharmaceutical Scientists.

Fraser named Searle Scholar, will shine new light on protein shapeshifting

Biophysicist James Fraser, PhD, has been named a 2014 Searle Scholar. His laboratory will be awarded $300,000 in funding over the next three years to support his research into more accurately and precisely describing the ways that protein molecules change shape to carry out the functions of life in...

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