As coronavirus vaccine supply problems continue to plague the state, some local officials are suggesting delaying the second dose of the vaccine to improve distribution efforts.
A San Francisco doctor serving on President Biden's pandemic advisory board predicts that we will need annual vaccinations for COVID.
UCSF has agreed to build 1,263 new housing units for its workforce, with 40 percent committed to being affordable units, as part of the Parnassus Heights expansion.
Respiratory therapist Lance Pangilinan describes the heartache and challenges of working on the frontlines of the latest COVID-19 surge.
Doctors say there's been a surge in teens and young adults seeking help for eating disorders during this pandemic.
Dr. Robert Wachter, the Chair of the UCSF Department of Medicine, spoke to Mornings on 2 on Saturday about the current state of the virus spread in the Bay Area and the cautious optimism that frontline health care workers may receive vaccinations in December.
Two patients sharing a room at UCSF Medical Center and three employees who were caring for them have tested positive for COVID-19, the hospital said on Tuesday.
Oct. 10 is World Mental Health Day, and the pandemic has put a strain on parts of many peoples' lives in the Bay Area and around the world. Dr. Lisa Fortuna from Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital/UCSF talked to Mornings on 2 about strategies to stay level-headed.
New UCSF study finds COVID symptoms in pregnant women can last much longer than those who aren’t pregnant.
According to UC Hastings dean David Faigman, naming the project's cornerstone building after the veteran lawyer, who has more than 100 jury trials under his belt, is fitting.
UCSF's diagnostic laboratory, adjacent to the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub in Mission Bay, will process the test results in two to three days.
Scientists are hoping to make AeroNabs widely available as an inexpensive, over-the-counter medication to prevent or treat COVID-19.
Tom Vacar reports.
When mask-wearers are infected, they tend to have no symptoms, mild symptoms, and higher survivability, compared to people who don't wear masks.
The school's Information Technology staff detected a security incident on June 1 and the affected areas, described as "a limited number of servers in the School of Medicine," were isolated from the UCSF core network.
Dr. Catherine Oldenburg, an Infectious Disease Epidemiologist, explains UCSF's new study for COVID-19 patients.
A Chinese medical scientist who spent a year on a fellowship atthe University of California at San Francisco has been arrested and charged with visa fraud, federal prosecutors announced.
When people are in these crowded and emotional settings, they tend to shout and "project the virus more than three feet," UCSF Dr. Peter Chin-Hong said.
Amber Lee reports.
Researchers at UCSF published a study Tuesday indicating people with a history of smoking have nearly double the risk of having severe COVID-19 outcomes if they become infected with the new SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.