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January 23, 2012 Comments
Funding provides catalyst for projects with potential to impact health practice and policy.
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UCSF’s Srikantan Nagarajan, PhD, professor of radiology and biomedical imaging a December 07, 2011 Comments
UCSF researcher credits CTSI technology grant with helping his lab maintain momentum.
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November 03, 2011 Comments
Information about CTSI Clinical Research Services, accomplishments, important changes, and opportunities that might lead you to collaborations at the San Francisco General Hospital.
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WHO/TDR/Crump October 20, 2011 Comments
Making testing for a debilitating infection as easy as an over-the-counter pregnancy test.
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Anthony Luke, MD, assesses the running biomechanics of Harold  Guzman, a client September 28, 2011 Comments
Anthony Luke, a runner himself and UCSF associate professor in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery, is using 2- and 3-D video game technologies for injury prevention.
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September 22, 2011 Comments
The Service is undergoing a transformation in its financial model introducing cost recovery principles to better accommodate the marked increase in the demand for our services by an ever widening group of investigators.
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Robert Nussbaum, MD September 21, 2011 Comments
With the goal of slowing or stopping the spread of Parkinson’s disease, UCSF researchers have developed genetically-engineered mice to test drugs and medical therapies.
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September 15, 2011 Comments
After applying the tool and comparing the data with the biopsy findings, UCSF researchers reduced the number of benign biopsies or false-positives by 60%, from 55 to 22.
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Vignesh Arasu and his mentor Bonnie M. Joe September 15, 2011 Comments
"After my third year of medical school, I wasn't completely sure about my career," says Vignesh Arasu, who studied medicine at UCSF. "I was drawn to many specialties but also interested in research...
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