Li Ka Shing Foundation Supports Precision Medicine
The Li Ka Shing Foundation has pledged $2 million to support UC San Francisco in advancing precision medicine, a nascent field aimed at revolutionizing medical research and patient care. UCSF will use the funding to build a worldwide network of clinicians and researchers, launch leadership exchanges between UCSF and China, and create a systems-pharmacology program to develop more precise medications. The grant creates a pioneering new partnership between the Foundation, UCSF, and Shantou University, a university in Southeast China’s Guangdong Province that is supported by the Foundation and is building an advanced curriculum focused on the life sciences.Read More
Virtual Tour - UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay
Opening in 2015, these three new hospitals for children, women, and cancer patients will help to define the future of health care. This remarkable new Medical Center will be built through the generous support of philanthropic partners.
$20 Million Gift Launches Global Health Hub at UCSF
Philanthropist Chuck Feeney's gift to build a new hub for Global Health Sciences at the UCSF Mission Bay campus jumpstarts UCSF's vision to have one physical location for global health researchers, scientists and students at one of the world's foremost bioscience campuses.
New Anatomy Learning Center Prepares Next Generation of Clinicians
Students have recently begun studies in a new, state-of-the-art anatomy learning center. The lab, being supported by public and private funds, is designed to create a learning environment where trainees thrive.