UCSF

Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences

Frightful flyers: How to deal with insects carrying viruses?: a QBI Online Seminar with Carla Saleh

The QBI Online Seminar Series is presenting Carla Saleh, a professor in the Department of Virology at Institut Pasteur, Paris, France. Dr. Carla Saleh was born in Argentina, where she obtained her Master degree in Biology at the National University of Cordoba.

Dresser elected president of the American Society for Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics

Dresser becomes the first openly LGBTQ+ president of the ASCPT

UCSF School of Pharmacy leads in NIH funding for the 42nd straight year

School research into health, disease, and medicine earned the most NIH research dollars of any U.S. pharmacy school for the 42nd consecutive year.

QCRG Women in Science: A Year in Review with Natalia Jura

QBI TV presents QCRG Women in Science: A Year in Review, a series that will highlight the groundbreaking research that was produced by the QBI Coronavirus Research Group since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

Integrative mechanisms underlying the evolution of drug resistance in oncogene-driven lung cancer: a QBI Online Seminar with Trever Bivona

The QBI/SBI Seminar Series on molecular networks of cancer and other diseases aims to facilitate collaborative relationships between scientists from both the U.S. and Ireland.

Kearney named interim dean of UCSF School of Pharmacy

The search for the School’s next dean is ongoing.

Faculty members inducted into the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub Investigator Program

Gartner, Huang, Manglik, Kortemme, Savic, and Shipman honored for visionary research endeavors

Chemistry-based strategies for investigating protein ADP-ribosylation: a QBI Online Seminar with Michael Cohen

The QBI Online Seminar Series presents Michael Cohen, an associate professor in the Department of Chemical Physiology and Biochemistry at Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU). Dr. Cohen received his BS in chemistry (cum laude) from UC Irvine and a PhD in chemical biology from UC San...

Shipman lab pioneers more efficient genome editing

Recent findings from the laboratory of Seth Shipman, PhD, show that a type of bacterial DNA known as a retron can be harnessed to dramatically improve genome editing.

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