Rich Fidler’s rigorous testing of hospital cardiac equipment is attracting the attention of federal agencies and cardiac equipment manufacturers from around the world.
Can community choirs improve the health of older adults? Cognitive neuroscientist Julene Johnson attempts to find out.
Audrey Lyndon receives national recognition for her pioneering research on how improving team communications improves safety during labor and delivery.
Lisa Thompson’s pilot study looks at the effects exposure to indoor air pollutants have on the neurodevelopment of children in rural Guatemala.
Doctoral student Ifeyinwa Asiodu seeks to improve the health of African American newborns by uncovering the reasons behind breastfeeding disparities.
Conducting basic research to prevent potentially fatal repercussions from HPV infection is another way to be a public health nurse.
Caroline Stephens aims to reduce unnecessary and jarring emergency room trips for the frail elderly.
The research of nurse scientist Elena Flowers could eventually lead to more personalized – and more effective – interventions for cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
UCSF School of Nursing faculty member tests new strategies that target the “intertwined epidemics” of HIV/AIDS and methamphetamine use.
UCSF Master’s Entry Program in Nursing student Kelly McGrath’s research may eventually lead to more-effective treatments for people with mild-to-moderate asthma.