School of Pharmacy

Choreographed Cellular Origami: Understanding Dynamic Protein Interactions in Health and Disease, a QBI Seminar with Lars Plate

The QBI Seminar Series presents Lars Plate, an assistant professor of chemistry and biological sciences and Cornelius Vanderbilt Dean’s Faculty Fellow at Vanderbilt University. A native of Germany, Lars Plate earned his BS at MIT working under JoAnne Stubbe. He completed his doctoral work at UC...

Using the bioartificial kidney to free patients from dialysis

The Kidney Project is featured in an outlook in Nature.

The Coronavirus Macrodomain: Decades of New Surprises, a QBI seminar with Anthony Fehr

QBI presents Anthony (Tony) Fehr, an Assistant Professor of Molecular Bioscience at the University of Kansas. Dr. Fehr graduated with a BS in Biochemistry from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. At Nebraska, he was introduced to viruses in the Van Etten Lab where he explored the production of...

Introduction to Disability Access and Inclusion 101 – Equity and Inclusion Speaker Series

Wendy Tobias and Cecile Puretz gave the School community a primer on understanding disability and accessibility, as well as how to be an ally.

Clinical Research Informatics Postdoctoral (CRISP) Fellowship accepting applications

Early-career clinical data scientists in the School of Pharmacy are encouraged to apply for up to two years of funding by April 3.

Town Hall: Strategic Plan Process

Dean Giacomini and faculty and staff members shared updates on the School’s development of the next Strategic Plan.

QCRG AViDD Happy Hour with Fraser and Krogan Labs

Please join us for a QCRG AViDD Happy Hour. Two trainees will give five-minute flash talks featuring research from different AViDD labs! Complimentary beer, wine, and bites will be served.

The evening will include flash talks by:


Lena Bergmann (Fraser Lab)
Jack Moen (Krogan Lab)

How proteins orchestrate the biology of the cell

Research from QBI illuminates the interconnected nature of molecular networks.

Manglik, Arkin, Bastian receive Mark Foundation ASPIRE Award for moonshot cancer research

Funding from the Mark Foundation for Cancer Research will fuel high-risk, high-impact research on uveal melanoma.

UCSF School of Pharmacy leads in NIH funding for the 43rd straight year

School research into health, disease, and medicine earned the most NIH research dollars of any U.S. pharmacy school for the 43rd consecutive year.

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