The Disease Olympics
CTSI Director Clay Johnston in Nature Medicine's cover story on the contest between disease-specific lobbyists, also referred to as the "disease olympics."
Advocacy's Power and the Disease Olympics
CTSI Director Clay Johnston weighs in for a recent National Geographic story on the rise in advocacy for specific diseases, sometimes called the "disease olympics."
Chancellor's Health Policy Lecture Series
The Affordable Care Act: A New Paradigm for Health Care in America
How Many Lives Could a Soda Tax Save?
Research suggests tax on sugary beverages would help prevent disease and save billions.
UCSF Students Pack Classroom to Learn About Health Care Reform
More than 80 students attended the standing-room-only lecture led by Laura Schmidt, Co-Director of UCSF’s C
Policy and Resources for Comparative Effectiveness Research: A Symposium
Designed to provide investigators with up-to-date knowledge on scientific advances in the area.
Symposium: Policy and Resources for Comparative Effectiveness Research
Providing investigators with up-to-date knowledge on scientific advances in the area.