Ben Breyer, MD and Greg Murphy, MD with IVUFMed doctors

UCSF Urology doctors travel to Senegal with IVUMed, a non-profit organization that brings US urologists to low-resource areas around the world...

Drs Hampson and Copp

New clinic aims to provide uninterrupted, comprehensive urologic healthcare for pediatric urology patients who will require further urologic care as adults...

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For the third consecutive year, UCSF Urology is number one in NIH funding for urology programs...

Luke Gilbert, PhD

Luke Gilbert, PhD, newest UCSF Urology Assistant Professor, brings a rigorous training in cancer biology, synthetic biology and functional genomics.

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AACR Most-Cited Research Collection Includes Publication From Lab of Raj Dahiya, PhD...

Nadia Roan, PhD, et al, demonstrate how stromal fibroblasts potently increase the efficiency by which HIV infects their primary targets: helper T cells ...

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from December 2012

San Francisco General Hospital’s Chief of Urology, Jack W. McAninch, MD, FACS, FRCS (Hon) received the 2012 Distinguished Service Award from the American College of Surgeons. "I am very honored and proud to receive such a prestigious award," says Dr. McAninch...

Jason Bardi reports on UCSF Urology's Benjamin Breyer, MD, MAS and his study on genital injuries...

For three special days this past Fall, the floors of UCSF Urology were filled with some of the brightest young minds in the nation as the AUA match process unfolded .....

The UCSF Urology Department has captured all three awards in the Western Section American Urologic Association 2012 ........

UCSF urologist Long-Chen Li, MD, and his team have published findings from a study in mice showing that delivering small activating RNA molecules (saRNAs) directly into the bladder can activate tumor suppressor genes and inhibit tumor growth...

UCSF Benioff Children's Hospital features Urology's Laurence Baskin, MD, chief of Pediatric Urology on raising awareness of Hypospadias...

UCSF Urology is collaborating with four other sites on a National Institutes of Health-funded study to determine whether phthalates (chemicals that soften plastics), affect urogenital development in human infants.

Pooling information gathered in large, observational studies helps scientists tease out the secrets of prostate cancer.

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