Spotlight: Gretchen Kiser, Evolution of the Research Development Office
UCSF Leaders and Experts Evoke Lively Discussions at Precision Medicine World Conference
Building the Brains of Precision Medicine
A “Wicked Problem”: Racism and Race in Precision Medicine
Data-driven Drug Dosing Speeds Tuberculosis Treatment to Four Months
Precision Medicine and the Pandemic: Discoveries, Challenges, Insights
How Do We Implement Precision Medicine Technologies Effectively, Efficiently, And Equitably?
Partnering with City & Community to Deliver Precision Science
Marcus Awards Fund Bold Ideas, Transformative Collaborations, and Innovative Social Research
Taking Science to Sacramento: UCSF Advances Health Policy in California
Taking Science to Washington: UCSF Experts and Advocates Help Shape Federal Science Policy
NSF Funds SPOKE Knowledge Network Phase Two
Precision Population Health: Joining Forces to Reduce Disparities
Tri-Institutional Partnership Seeds Microbiome Research
BRIDGE – Bringing Precision Medicine into the Clinic
Precision Medicine at UCSF: Six Questions for Keith Yamamoto, PhD

Precision medicine is the use of advanced computing tools to aggregate, integrate and analyze vast amounts of data from basic science, clinical, personal, environmental and population health settings, to better understand biological processes and define disease mechanisms, and to develop and deliver more precise diagnostics, therapeutics, and prevention measures. Everyone, including patients, can contribute data to this dynamic network.

UCSF’s vision is to fulfill the promise of precision medicine by pioneering a knowledge network that yields the seeds for new discoveries, better outcomes, and greater value and equity to improve health for all.