April 01, 2018Annual Meeting of USCAP in Vancouver, March 17-23, 2018
The 2018 Annual Meeting of USCAP in Vancouver, Mar 17-23, involved many UCSF faculty and trainees (over 50), who co-authored 70 accepted abstracts. Platform presentations accounted for 17 of the presentations, 10 of which were presented by UCSF...
March 02, 2018Retirement of Pathology's Chair, Dr. Abul Abbas
A symposium was held to honor the retirement of Dr. Abbas on March 2, 2018 titled "Immune Tolerance - Present and Future - In Honor of Abul K. Abbas's Decades of Contributions to Immunology, Education and Pathology"
May 01, 2015Retirement of Pathology's Vice Chair, Dr. Linda Ferrell
The Department hosted a symposium on liver pathology to honor the retirement of Dr. Linda Ferrell which was organized by Drs. Kakar, Kim and Gill. Guest speakers included Dr. Neil Theise from Mt Sinai, New York City, Dr. James Crawford from Long Island...
October 01, 2014Janet Napolitano, President of the University of California system...
Janet Napolitano, President of the University of California system, former Secretary of Homeland Security and former Governor of Arizona, with Kai Wang, Department Manager of the Department of Pathology at UCSF.
August 01, 2014Dr. Ania Gheyara leads a team of scientists
Dr. Ania Gheyara leads a team of scientists to discover an effective treatment for severe childhood epilepsy.
July 10, 2014New Compound Treats Both Blindness and Diabetes in Animal Studies
The team of Drs. Scott Oakes and Feroz Papa develop new compound against cell degenerative pathway that treats both blindness and diabetes in animal studies.
March 01, 2014Annual Meeting of USCAP in San Diego
The Anatomic Pathology Dept was represented well at the annual USCAP meeting in San Diego. Faculty and residents had 40 abstracts presented as either posters or platforms. UCSF faculty or residents were 1st author on 30. In addition, Dr Arie Perry...
October 22, 2013Dr. Marta Margeta and Her Team's Discovery
Dr. Marta Margeta and her team discovered that the brain’s ability to handle oxidative stress is finely calibrated through coordinated effort of neurons and non-neuronal cells.
October 16, 2013Dr. David Solomon leads team of scientists
Dr. David Solomon leads team of scientists to discover a gene mutation found in some bladder cancers.
July 01, 2013Dr. Jay Debnath Awarded 2013-2014 Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF) Grant
Our very own Dr. Jay Debnath is the one of 3 award recipients of the 2013-2014 Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation (SWCRF) grant.