UCSF

Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences

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

QBI Bay Area Chemical Biology Symposium

QBI presents the inaugural QBI Bay Area Symposium on Chemical Biology on September 26-27, 2022, organized by Drs. Jim Wells, Kevan Shokat, Jason Gestwicki, Chris Chang, and Carolyn Bertozzi. Under the leadership of Dr.

2nd Annual Full Circle of Native and Indigenous Scientists in Quantitative Biology

Organized by Willow Coyote-Maestas, QBI presents the 2nd annual “Full Circle of Native and Indigenous Scientists in Quantitative Biology” symposium on November 17 and 18, 2022. The symposium will highlight Native and Indigenous scientists across the United States, and provide them with professional...

Giacomini lays out her vision for the UCSF School of Pharmacy

New dean aims to elevate the pharmacy profession

BTS welcomes Christopher Hernandez, PhD

Our newest faculty member will hold joint affiliations.

Catera Wilder, PhD

Assistant Professor

I am a biomedical engineer and systems biologist who combines my understanding of signaling system networks in innate immunity with my expertise in molecular biology and tissue remodeling to address pressing questions about immunity and immunopathogenesis.

 

Díaz honored with Edison T. Uno Award for Public Service

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

Getting the Message Across: How Cell Signaling Goes Awry in Human Disease

The Quantitative Biosciences Institute (QBI) at UCSF is presenting a live Twitter interview hosted by QBI Fellow Kliment Verba to chat with his colleague Natalia Jura, who was the 27th recipient of the annual Byers Award in Basic Bi

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