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News Links December 2014

FEATURED STORY

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

IT Update: Microsoft Windows Server 2003 will reach its end-of-life on July 13, 2015 and will no longer meet UCSF minimum security requirements. The IT team will be reaching out to affected systems owners, but if you haven’t heard from our team or would like an assessment, please contact windows2003upgrade@ucsf.edu. For project updates visit our webpage or contact Arabella Handy.


EVENTS

December 1World AIDS Day Forum

December 4Educational Strategies to Promote Clinical Reasoning

December 4QED: “The Dating Game: What It Takes to Attract Media Coverage,” Ron Leuty, San Francisco Business Times

December 4, 9, 10 – Staff Appreciation Breakfasts

December 11QED: “How to Make Your Data Your Strategic Advantage,” Elaine Allen 
 

SAVE THE DATE

January 13CFAR Symposium – HIV Persistence: Progress and Problems in the Search for an HIV Cure 

January 13CTSI Symposium on Comparative Effectiveness Research

March 19Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center Symposium
 

HONORS & APPOINTMENTS


TRANSITIONS

Joan Voris, MD, announced her retirement from UCSF Fresno. Michael Peterson, MD, will serve as interim associate dean.

 

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