UCSF Profiles Receives 2013 Sautter Award
By Katherine Tam
Eight teams representing six locations won the University of California's 2013 Larry L. Sautter Award for using information technology to make university operations more efficient and better serve faculty, staff, students and patients.
Mark A. Cianca, interim chief information officer for the UC system, announced the winners on August 6, 2013, at the UC Computing Services Conference in Irvine.
The annual award, which is sponsored by the UC Information Technology Leadership Council, recognizes innovations in IT that advance the university's missions of teaching, research, public service and patient care, or that improve the effectiveness of university processes. The award encourages sharing these solutions across the UC system.
The 2013 award winners and honorable mentions are:
UCSF Profiles (UCSF) is a Web application that allows people to search for UCSF researchers by expertise and experience. This vital tool, managed by the Clinical and Translational Science Institute (CTSI), enables research networking, collaboration and faculty-student mentoring.