Indoor Tanning Poses Risks, Teenagers Learn

January 12, 2015
A review of the scientific evidence published last year estimated that tanning beds account for as many as 400,000 cases of skin cancer in the United States each year.

Harnessing the Power of Teams

December 29, 2014
Team Science is gaining steam at UCSF with more faculty joining or forming teams to tackle pressing medical problems, more funding opportunities.

CTSI Spotlight: James Rouse

December 15, 2014
Spotlight series highlights the faculty and staff who make CTSI's work possible.

UCSF-Led Children's Oral Health Initiative Receives Major Funding

December 08, 2014
Hellman Foundation announces funding to help advance meaningful solutions to local health issues in SF.

Choosing Niche Might Be Key to Success for Health Care Accelerators

December 01, 2014
UCSF-CTSI Catalyst Awards program featured university accelerator along with QB3.

UC Translational Medicine Leaders Chart Course at Annual Retreat in San Diego

December 01, 2014
Representatives of the University of California Biomedical Research Acceleration, Integration, and Development (UC BRAID) program staked out future directions at annual retreat.

6 Trends in Translational Science that Will Improve Your Health

November 13, 2014
Learn more about the trends and influences that are reshaping & accelerating translational science with a focus to improve health.

UCSF Launches Sugar Science Initiative

November 10, 2014
Researchers Highlight Strong Links Between Sugar and Chronic Disease

Thompson Funded to Study Household Air Pollution Among Low-Income Communities in Guatemala

November 05, 2014
CTSI K Scholar Lisa Thompson wins Phase I funding for project introducing liquid petroleum into communities which typically use more health hazardous smoky wood burning fires to cook.

Gestational Diabetes May Influence Daughter's Weight Later

November 05, 2014
K scholar study: Daughters of women who developed gestational diabetes while pregnant may be at increased risk for being obese later in childhood, a new study suggests.