Barbie Klein PhD is an assistant professor in the Department of Anatomy. She received her doctoral degree in Human Anatomy from Indiana University where she researched the integration of high-fidelity patient simulations in medical education. Her current research focuses on interprofessional education and experiential learning theory for anatomy education. She joined the UCSF faculty in 2018.
Rohit Bose MD PhD is an assistant professor and practicing genitourinary medical oncologist in the Department of Anatomy, co-appointed in the Departments of Medicine (Division of Hematology & Medical Oncology) and Urology. He is a Member of the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center and aims to be affiliated with the BMS Graduate Program.
Congratulations to our Teaching Faculty Amber Fitzsimmons, PT, MS, DPTSc, Appointed Chair of UCSF Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
Saul Villeda, U.C. San Francisco assistant anatomy professor, talks about his study of reversing the aging process and maintaining a young brain.
The Anatomy Department’s own Zena Werb has been elected to the Council of the National Academy of Sciences, effective 7/1/18.
Congratulations to our own Carolyn Larabell for receiving the Shirley Award at the Advanced Light Source (ALS) User Meeting.
Congratulations to our own Keith Mostov for becoming a 2017 ACSB Inaugural Fellow. Election as a Fellow of ASCB is an honor bestowed upon ASCB members by their peers. It is life-time recognition of your meritorious efforts to advance cell biology and/or its applications, your work in service to the Society and your ongoing loyalty to ASCB.
Congratulations to our Chair Allan Basbaum on being the co-recipient, along with Cliff Woolf and Claire Hulsebosch, of the “Reeve-Irvine Research Medal” for 2016. This medal is given by the Reeve-Irvine Research Center at the University of California Irvine to researchers who have made recent critical contributions to promoting repair of the damaged spinal cord, recovery of function and/or improvement of quality of life for people living with spinal cord injury. The Medal is to recognize “…the most meritorious science, a proven body of work that has withstood the test of time and scrutiny, as well as other enriching contributions to the field”. This year’s medal recognizes your fundamental discoveries related to pain, which is of course one of the major negative impacts on quality of life for many people living with spinal cord injury.
2017 The Department of Anatomy’s own Rushika Perera has been awarded as one of nine recipients of the Damon Runyan-Rachleff Innovator Award.
Congratulations to our own Zena Werb, PhD for being awarded 2016 Inaugural Fellow of the American Society for Cell Biology.
Congratulations to our own Nripendra Dhillon, MBBS, MS for being awarded 2016 Essential Core Teaching Award for Commitment to Teaching.
Congratulations to our own Derek Harmon, PhD for being awarded 22016 Excellence in Teaching Award from the Academy of Medical Educators
Congratulations to our own Rushika Perera, PhD for being awarded 2016 Inaugural Fellow of the American Society for Cell Biology.
The Department of Anatomy has been responsible for teaching histology to medical students since the inception of the UCSF School of Medicine. Over the years, we have prepared a very large collection of glass microscope slides, which are primarily of human tissues. Generations of our medical students have benefited from this collection, which is renowned for its quality and comprehensiveness (217 different specimens).
Congratulations to our own Evan Feinberg, PhD for being awarded 2016 Recipient of grants from the Ziegler Foundation for the Blind as well a Klingenstein-Simons Fellowship Award in the Neurosciences and received a NARSAD Young Investigator Award
Congratulations to our own Allan Basbaum, PhD Professor and Chair for becoming a 2016 Honorary Member of the International Association for the Study of Pain.
The Anatomy Department at UCSF has a new website!Our most heartfelt congratulations go to Zena Werb, on her selection as the recipient of the UCSF 2015 Lifetime Achievement in Mentoring Award.
Congratulations to our own Christopher Allen, PhD Was named a Pew scholar in the biomedical sciences. He will receive four years of flexible funding to pursue foundational, innovative research.
Congratulations to our own Kimberly Topp, PhD
Congratulations to our own Jeroen Roose, PhD
Congratulations to our own Amber Fitzsimmons, PhD