Clinical Research

UCSF Launches Online HUB for Clinical Research

A collaborative UCSF effort has produced the HUB, a one-stop resource for clinical investigators.

UCSF Shares $25-Million Grant To Find Epilepsy Genes

More than 4,000 people with various forms of epilepsy will have their DNA decoded over the next five years in a study led by UCSF researchers.

Physician Influences Every Day Practice

UCSF investigator helps HIV patients benefit from research on antiretroviral therapy.

The Value of Clinical Research

CTSI's Bill Balke, MD, opens event highlighting the importance of clinical trials.

Eileen Kahaner Appointed as Director of the UCSF’s Clinical Enterprise Compliance Program

Eileen was a partner in the Healthcare group of the global law firm Sidley Austin, LLP; she has a J.D. from the George Washington University School of Law and a B.A. in Biology from Oberlin College...

Newly Minted MD Credits UCSF-CTSI Research Program for Giving Him Direction and First Published Paper

"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...

Clinical and Translational Research Pathway: Open Enrollment for Residents

Participate in a mentored research project during training culminating in an abstract or publication, improve your evidence-based medicine skills, and more.

UCSF Clinical Research Infrastructure Action Plan

Two Initiatives will debut this summer and fall:The Electronic Clinical Research Management System and a virtual Clinical Research Resource HUB.  

Improving Clinical Research Training: New UCSF-CTSI Online Course Doubles as Research Study

At any time and from anywhere, students and residents can now learn how to write a professional-level, peer-reviewed research protocol, from idea to shopping for funding.

UCSF Researchers Shed Light on Silent Menace of Pediatric Obesity in Nationwide Study

UCSF researchers though, as part of a major multi-site effort, are investigating a lesser understood but equally worrisome obesity-related illness: nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).