UP CLOSE | UCSF Fresno Emergency Physician Needs a Master Calendar to Keep Up with Four Children and a Busy Medical Career – But Would Have It No Other Way06/09/2022
The oldest of four siblings raised on 10 acres in Kerman, Rene Ramirez, MD, relished Sunday afternoon family get-togethers playing with his brother, two sisters, and cousins, and he feels the same joy now spending family time with his four children..
On Match Day this March, when medical school graduates learned where they would be spending the next three to seven years in hands-on clinical training, an early Mother’s Day gift awaited Loren Alving, MD, director of the UCSF Fresno Alzheimer & Memory Center and director of the UCSF San Joaquin Valley Program in Medical Education (SJV PRIME).
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Teach UCSF Fresno Fills All Available Residency Positions During Match Day, Looks Forward to Welcoming Interns Including Many Valley Natives Match Day 2022 By the NumbersBy Brandy Ramos Nikaido On Match Day 2022, UCSF Fresno program directors and the campus community learned the identities of the 73 physician residents and four oral and maxillofacial surgery residents who will start training at UCSF Fresno in late June. The San […]
UCSF Fresno Town Hall Lecture Series: International Advances in SARS-CoV-2 Join UCSF Fresno and a panel of international experts for this informative Town Hall Lecture to understand and define the unique properties of SARS-CoV-2 that impact human and animal welfare, how basic science models are used to study potential evolutionary stressors, and what is being done around the world. Thursday, April 21 | 6 am to 8 am (PDT) Via […]
UP CLOSE | UCSF Fresno Welcomes Interim Chief of UCSF Fresno Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology03/30/2022
UCSF Fresno welcomes Meg Autry, MD, a UCSF professor of obstetrics and gynecology, as the interim Chief of the UCSF Fresno Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology beginning April 1.
17th Annual Cardiology in the Valley Symposium The 17th installment of Cardiology in the Valley will discuss recent advances and updated guidelines in various disciplines of cardiovascular disease that have replaced prior concepts that had been considered “state of the art”. Saturday, May 14th | 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Via Zoom Webinar CME Hours Provided: 4.75
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 18, 2022 Media Contact: Brandy Ramos Nikaido, Cell (559) 313-6539 email@example.com UCSF Fresno Celebrates Match Day, Fills All Available Residency Positions for 16th Year in a Row FRESNO – Today on Match Day (March 18), UCSF Fresno learned the identities of the 73 physician residents and four oral and maxillofacial surgery residents who will start training at UCSF Fresno later this summer. The San Joaquin Valley has […]
UP CLOSE | UCSF Fresno Provides Therapy to Prevent Infection in Adolescents and Adults Whose Bodies are Unable to Fight COVID-1903/14/2022
Soon after Evusheld, an antibody therapy was approved in December 2021 for the prevention of COVID-19 infection in people with weakened immune systems, Phyllis Farrow called the UCSF Fresno Mobile HeaL COVID-19 Equity Project (CEP) for an appointment.
3rd Annual Autism Symposium for Primary Care Providers This virtual conference, led by foremost experts, will give providers the tools needed to initiate early diagnosis, initiate intervention, and provide community support resources for children with autism or related neurodevelopmental disorders. Saturday, March 26 | 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Via Zoom Webinar CME Hours: 5