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Proposals for this year’s Strategic Initiative Funds cycle are due 1/19.
New funding opportunity: attend a one-hour information session on 1/11 (Mission Bay) or 1/12 (Parnassus) to learn about the Marcus Program in Precision Medicine Innovation. Applications are due 2/8.
Now available: the latest issue of UCSF Anesthesia News.
January 14 – Informatics and Digital Health Conference (Mission Bay)
January 22 – It's About a Billion Lives Symposium: Celebrating Tobacco Research and Education at UCSF (Parnassus)
January 24-27 – Personalized Medicine World Conference (Mountain View)
January 14, 21, 28 – UC Oracles Toastmasters meetings (Parnassus, N-417, 12-1PM)
SAVE THE DATE
February 2 – CTSI Symposium on Comparative Effectiveness Research (Laurel Heights)
February 5 – Staff Resource Day (Parnassus)
February 10 – Byers Award Lecture in Basic Science – Michael Fischbach, PhD: Drugs from Bugs: the Medicine Factory in Your Gut (Mission Bay)
February 12 – Global Health Economics (GHECon) Colloquium (Mission Bay)
March 3-4 – Developmental Disabilities: Update for Health Professionals (Laurel Heights)
April 3 – Accelerated Path to Teach for UCSF Certificates (Parnassus)
April 4-5 – Education Showcase with keynote speaker Karen Mann, PhD (Parnassus, Mission Bay)
HONORS & APPOINTMENTS
Dean Talmadge E. King, Jr., MD, has been selected as the recipient of the Association of Professors of Medicine Robert H. Williams, MD, Distinguished Chair of Medicine Award.
Laura Schmidt, PhD, received the Award for Outstanding Faculty Leadership in Presidential Initiatives from the UC Office of the President for “extraordinary contributions to the UC Global Food Initiative.”
The Women’s HIV Program was chosen as one of six national demonstration sites for trauma-informed primary care by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Alex Moir, MD, chief of family and community medicine at UCSF Fresno, died in a skiing accident. Dr. Moir spent his entire career of over 20 years at UCSF Fresno. He was an advocate for rural and underserved communities and a compassionate and effective physician, teacher, mentor and leader.
Jean Pouliot, PhD, director of the physics division and vice chair and professor of radiation oncology, has passed away. Dr. Pouliot joined UCSF in 2000 and was an international and national leader in his field as well as a beloved mentor. A memorial lectureship in radiation oncology will be named in his honor.
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