To provide outstanding clinical care while advancing the discipline of Rheumatology through cutting edge research and training of the next generation of academic rheumatologists.
News & Highlights
The Division of Rheumatology received a grant of $4 million over 5 years from NIH/NIAMS for the Precision Medicine in Rheumatology (PREMIER) Center, directed by Lindsey Criswell.
Launching on December 9, this P30 resource-based core center will provide expertise and pilot funding to faculty researchers interested in extending their research in human autoimmune diseases and precision medicine. Read more here.
We have matched three excellent residents for the 2016 fellowship year!
- Kim DeQuattro, MD
- Jenny Mandal, MD
- David Ying, MD
Please join us to celebrate the opening of our NIH-funded P30 Center. Keynote address by Soumya Raychaudhuri MD PhD (Divisions of Genetics and Rheumatology at Brigham and Women’s Hospital): “The Genetics and Functional Genomics of Immune-Mediated Diseases.” rnrnAfter the keynote presentation, learn how the PREMIER Center can help you extend your research in human autoimmune diseases, and what resources and services will be available to support precision medicine research at UCSF. See our website for further information about the PREMIER Center.rnrnReception follows. Please register for this event here.rnrnLindsey Criswell, MD MPH and Mary Nakamura, MDrnDirector and Associate DirectorrnPrecision Medicine in Rheumatology (PREMIER) Center at UCSF 3pm - 5pm | N-225 + Add to calendar