On May 22, 2023, the UCSF School of Medicine graduating class of 2023 was joined by family, friends, and the UCSF community in a
The UCSF Medical Scientist Training Program (MSTP) aims to train the next generation of physician-investigator
On a brisk Friday morning, the sound of envelopes ripping open and shouts of joy could be heard from Koret Quad on UCSF’s Mission Bay campus in San Francisco. Serendipitously falling on St. Patrick’s Day, this year’s Match Day celebrated 184 soon-to-be UCSF graduates, as they found out where they would be continuing their medical training journey in residency.
Personalized Mentorship and Growth: Reflecting on the First Four Years of SPAN (Specialty Practice Ambulatory sub-iNternship)
Originally launched in 2019 to complement in-patient focused clinical rotations, SPAN (Specialty Practice Ambulatory sub-iNternship) facilitates a greater understanding of ambulatory medicine among fourth-year medical students by pairing them with a physician preceptor to work alongside for 12 sessions over the course of 10 months.
March marks two years since concern about a global pandemic raced around the world. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020, learning had to suddenly transition to remote and virtual sessions. The School of Medicine migrated the Bridges Curriculum, including lectures, labs, and clinical learning experiences, to remote learning within six weeks.
Final Phase of Bridges Curriculum Launches with Training in Advanced Clinical Skills and Research Design
In March, rising fourth year medical students began Career Launch, the final segment of UCSF’s Bridges curriculum.