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Javid Moslehi, MD, Named Chief of the New UCSF Cardio-Oncology & Immunology Program News

Javid Moslehi, MD, Named Chief of the New UCSF Cardio-Oncology & Immunology Program

Javid Moslehi, MD, has been named section chief of the new Cardio-Oncology & Immunology Program at UC San Francisco, which brings together cardiologists, oncologists, immunologists and researchers to promote the cardiovascular health of patients during cancer treatment and survivorship.
New Evidence on How Alcohol and Caffeine Affect Heart Rhythm Found in UCSF Studies News

New Evidence on How Alcohol and Caffeine Affect Heart Rhythm Found in UCSF Studies

In separate studies, UC San Francisco researchers examined the effects of two widely consumed beverages – coffee and alcohol – on irregular heartbeat.
Manipulating Gut Microbiomes to Treat inflammatory Bowel Disease News

Manipulating Gut Microbiomes to Treat inflammatory Bowel Disease

Researchers at the Benioff Center for Microbiome Medicine at UCSF are working to accelerate understanding of how microbes promote health and prevent disease and to leverage this information to develop novel, effective treatments in the shortest possible time.
Living Kidney Donation Document

Living Kidney Donation

The UCSF Connie Frank Transplant Center continues to explore new options, such as advanced donation vouchers, to provide patients who have end-stage renal disease (ESRD) the opportunity for a living donor transplant.
Newly Approved Prostate Cancer Scan Can Detect Cells that Have Spread to Lymph Nodes News

Newly Approved Prostate Cancer Scan Can Detect Cells that Have Spread to Lymph Nodes

A revolutionary new diagnostic method for prostate cancer can detect prostate cancer cells that have spread to lymph nodes both inside and outside the pelvis, according to the UC San Francisco and UCLA team whose earlier work led to the test’s FDA approval.
Cognitive Ability Improved in Low-Grade Glioma Patients Treated at UCSF News

Cognitive Ability Improved in Low-Grade Glioma Patients Treated at UCSF

With advanced treatments improving survival outcomes for patients with low-grade gliomas, clinicians and researchers at UC San Francisco’s Brain Tumor Center are working to enhance the cognitive improvement of these individuals as well.
UCSF Post-COVID Clinic Treats Long Haulers News

UCSF Post-COVID Clinic Treats Long Haulers

UC San Francisco’s OPTIMAL Clinic (pOst-covid-19/PosT-Icu MultidisciplinAry cLinic) is one of the first clinics in the country established to provide follow-up care for patients who have recovered from COVID-19. The clinic’s goal is to optimize patient recovery through a centralized resource designed to coordinate with primary care services.
UCSF’s Lawrence Fong, MD, Earns NCI Award for Cancer Immunotherapy Research News

UCSF’s Lawrence Fong, MD, Earns NCI Award for Cancer Immunotherapy Research

The National Cancer Institute (NCI)has honored Lawrence H. Fong, MD, leader of the UC San Francisco Cancer Immunotherapy Program, with an Outstanding Investigator Award (R35).These awards support investigators who have significant records of productivity in cancer research with multiyear funding for projects of exceptional potential.
State-of-the-Art Weill Neurosciences Building Opens at UCSF News

State-of-the-Art Weill Neurosciences Building Opens at UCSF

The Joan and Sanford I. Weill Neurosciences Building opened its doors in July 2021, establishing an innovative all-in-one hub for patients, researchers and clinicians at UC San Francisco’s Mission Bay campus.
An Extraordinary Response: A Young Woman’s Path to Overcoming Metastatic Colon Cancer News

An Extraordinary Response: A Young Woman’s Path to Overcoming Metastatic Colon Cancer

28-year-old woman mother of two was healthy up until a month prior, when she developed severe anemia, diarrhea and emesis, accompanied by a 25-pound weight loss.
Hemodialysis Significantly Decreased for Patient with Primary Hyperoxaluria Type 1 in UCSF Study of Nedosiran News

Hemodialysis Significantly Decreased for Patient with Primary Hyperoxaluria Type 1 in UCSF Study of Nedosiran

Researchers at UC San Francisco reported successful compassionate use of nedosiran to dramatically reduce plasma oxalate levels in a patient with primary hyperoxaluria type 1 (PH1).
Improving Decision-Making When Treating Basilar Artery Aneurysms News

Improving Decision-Making When Treating Basilar Artery Aneurysms

Although responsible for only 3%-5% of all cerebrovascular aneurysms, basilar artery aneurysms (BAAs) are among the most difficult to treat.
Ranked No. 5 in the U.S. for ENT, UCSF to Host Conference on Latest Research and Treatments in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery News

Ranked No. 5 in the U.S. for ENT, UCSF to Host Conference on Latest Research and Treatments in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery

The UC San Francisco Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery is sponsoring the UCSF Otolaryngology Update 2021, taking place November 11 to 13, 2021.
John de Groot, MD, Named Division Chief of Neuro-Oncology at UCSF News

John de Groot, MD, Named Division Chief of Neuro-Oncology at UCSF

John F. de Groot, MD, has been named the new chief of the Division of Neuro-Oncology within the Department of Neurological Surgery at UC San Francisco.
New Practice Guidance on Malnutrition, Frailty and Sarcopenia in Patients With Cirrhosis, Led by UCSF Researcher News

New Practice Guidance on Malnutrition, Frailty and Sarcopenia in Patients With Cirrhosis, Led by UCSF Researcher

The first-ever American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD) Practice Guidance on the management of malnutrition, frailty and sarcopenia in patients with cirrhosis is now available.
Pediatric Brain Center Document

Pediatric Brain Center

An extensive child life program supports our patients and their families throughout their time at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospitals.
COVID-19 During Pregnancy Associated with Preterm Birth, UCSF-Led Study Finds News

COVID-19 During Pregnancy Associated with Preterm Birth, UCSF-Led Study Finds

Pregnant people infected with COVID-19 face an increased risk of very preterm birth (VPTB), preterm birth (PTB) or early term birth, according to a large population-based study led by researchers at UC San Francisco.
New Guidance on Using Biologics to Treat Chronic Rhinosinusitis with Nasal Polyps, Led by UCSF Clinician News

New Guidance on Using Biologics to Treat Chronic Rhinosinusitis with Nasal Polyps, Led by UCSF Clinician

Approximately 25 percent of people with chronic rhinosinusitis have nasal polyps, a condition associated with significant morbidity and decreased quality of life.
Lung Transplant Outcomes at UCSF Among the Nation’s Best News

Lung Transplant Outcomes at UCSF Among the Nation’s Best

For nine consecutive years, the UCSan FranciscoLung Transplant Program has achieved significantly higher-than-expected survival rates following transplant surgery. It is the only lung transplant program in the country with this record.
Epilepsy Center Document

Epilepsy Center

The UCSF Epilepsy Center is the Bay Area’s premier level 4 epilepsy center, the highest possible rating from the National Association of Epilepsy Centers.
Olfactory Loss from COVID-19 Infection: Cause and Treatments Studied at UCSF News

Olfactory Loss from COVID-19 Infection: Cause and Treatments Studied at UCSF

Complete (anosmia) and incomplete (hyposmia) smell sensitivity impairment are widely reported indicators among the many symptoms of COVID-19 infection. Quality of life can be substantially impacted by the loss of taste and smell, with possible effects including depression, loss of appetite, and safety risks from lack of awareness of gas leaks, smoke or spoiled food. The path to recovery of taste and smell varies widely among affected individuals.
Headaches in Children and Teenagers Document

Headaches in Children and Teenagers

Pediatric Headache Program: Headaches in Children and Teenagers. Symptoms, When To Refer To a Neurologist, and Preventive Treatment.
UCSF500 Cancer Gene Panel Test Document

UCSF500 Cancer Gene Panel Test

The UCSF500 Cancer Gene Panel is a molecular diagnostic test appropriate for patients with advanced cancer, especially those who experience a poor response to standard therapy.
UCSF Precision Investigation of Sudden Cardiac Deaths Reveals Diverse Underlying Causes News

UCSF Precision Investigation of Sudden Cardiac Deaths Reveals Diverse Underlying Causes

Forty percent of deaths attributed to cardiac arrest are not sudden or unexpected, and nearly half the remainder are not due to lethal arrhythmias, according to a landmark study by researchers at UC San Francisco and the City and County of San Francisco Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

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