Health and Medicine
Featured This Month
Cheryl Dultz and Kalei Eskridge of the San Juan Unified School District present results of a 6-school study that explored using iPads to support special education students in San Juan Schools.
Mario D. Garrett, PhD discusses the scientific revolution currently happening in dementia studies, dementia errors that impact research, and the importance of social interaction for patients with dementia.
Complications of Portal Hypertension: Management Dilemmas -The Nathan Bass UCSF Liver Transplant Fall 2012
Bilal Hameed, MD examines the complications that can arise from portal hypertension and how to manage them.
One "window of susceptibility" that may represent periods of particular vulnerability to specific chemical, dietary, or psychosocial stresses that influence breast cancer risk is menopause. Speakers in this session are: Marcia Stefanick, and Mary Beth Terry and Marj Plumb.
Dr. Jay Levyan, an AIDS and cancer researcher at UCSF, discusses the discovery of HIV and its basic science. Then, Dr. C. Bradley Hare, Associate Professor of Clinical Medicine and Medical Director, UCSF HIV/AIDS Division at San Francisco General Hospital, explores HIV and its diseases through case presentations from the clinic.