Perioperative Cognitive Decline in the Aging Population
- Flipping the switch. // BioScience;Sep92, Vol. 42 Issue 8, p647
Announces that biochemists at the University of California at San Francisco have created the first engineered enzyme with a built-in on-off switch. Details of how the creation of Charles Craik and Robert J. Fletterick works; Their work was presented at the American Chemical Society meeting this...
- An unobtrusive neighbor. Buderi, R. // Nature;9/21/1989, Vol. 341 Issue 6239, p177
Reports that the medical research, teaching and hospital complex of the University of California at San Francisco has received a clean bill of health from an environmental study easing public concern over the environment. Assessment; Legal action.
- UCSF decides on second site in San Francisco. // Nature;6/5/1997, Vol. 387 Issue 6633, p542
Announces that the University of California at San Francisco has decided to build its $800-million second campus on 43 acres of waterfront land in a southern industrial district of San Francisco.
- UCSF goes solo with venture fund. Lehrman, Sally // Nature;12/16/1993, Vol. 366 Issue 6456, p603
Reports on the University of California, San Francisco's (UCSF) plan to establish its own venture capital fund to help develop faculty inventions into commercial products. Collapse of plans for a state-wide university system; Proposal to set up a commercial company; Faculty members' concerns...
- The cover. Zinn, Nancy Whitten // Libraries & Culture;Summer94, Vol. 29 Issue 3, p326
Highlights the special collections division of the Library of the University of California in San Francisco. Uniqueness of the San Francisco campus among the other nine campuses of the University of California; Emphasis on health sciences and related fields; San Francisco campus library...
- A second opinion. Roman, Michael // Modern Healthcare;05/21/2001, Vol. 31 Issue 21, p34
Reports that a study conducted by the Center for Health Professions at the University of California at San Francisco has challenged the contention of physicians in the state that they are underpaid and in short supply. Criticism of the study by the California Medical Association; How the mass...
- Persistent anal HPV in women associated with certain sexual behaviors. Shafer, Emily // Infectious Disease News;Feb2014, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p20
The article discusses research into anal human papillomavirus (HPV) infections among women and references a study by University of California in San Francisco researcher Anna-Barbara Moscicki and colleagues published in a 2014 issue of the "Clinical Infectious Diseases" journal.
- Is coffee or chocolate. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;1/27/2016, pA02
The article discusses a study conducted by the University of California, San Francisco which found that caffeine does not cause irregular heartbeat patterns.
- UC Regents end `Fat-Cat' admissions preferences. Stephens, Angela // Black Issues in Higher Education;08/06/98, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p6
Reports that the University of California Regents has voted to end the practice of bending admissions standards for applicants with special connections. Use of the practice at UC-Berkeley; Unanimous approval of the resolution; Resolution's implications on the university's chancellors.