News & Events

Upcoming CCMBM Events & Opportunities

August 6th - 12:00-2:00pm; Parnassus, MUW-302
Reproducibility Workshop - "Reproducibility of Academic Research: Why you should care and simple steps to improve it" Interactive presentation with Q&A session by Michael Jamieson, DRSc. Lunch provided with RSVP:
August 19th - RAP application opens for the fall cycle of the CCMBM Pilot/Feasibility Grant - Awards are up to $50,000 for established investigators; and up to $40,000 for junior investigators to encourage new project ideas in musculoskeletal research, especially those that are translational in nature. Plan ahead with your application or resubmission by making an appointment for a CCMBM Specific Aims Review.
August 20th - 2:00-5:00pm; Mission Bay, 1700 Owens, 4th Flr Seminar Room
NanoString nCounter Technology: A Novel Platform for Counting Numbers of RNA Transcripts - Attend this workshop to learn about the new NanoString nCounter Max system and platform of the nCounter technology, preparation and submission of samples for service, and data analysis by the nSolver software. RSVP at
Specific Aims Review - Increase your chances of getting funded for NIH, NSF, UCSF RAP, and other funding submissions! Have CCMBM established investigators give you personalized feedback on your specific aims page that can help focus your aims and improve your overall application for funding opportunities. 

Reviews are only available for CCMBM members (check if you are a member) at the following locations:
1. General sign up (Mission Bay, 1700 Owens)
2. Ortho-related sign up (Parnassus, Medical Sciences)
3. Radiology-related sign up (Mission Bay, Mission Hall)

Upcoming Partner Events 

September 16, 5:30-6:30pm; Parnassus
10th annual William L. Young/Allison Raaen Lectureship - "Exploring AVM Morphology and Hemodynamics using 4D Flow MRI"
Patrick Turski, MD, FACR, Professor of Neuroradiology, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health
Hosted by Department of Radiology and Biomedical Imaging and the UCSF Center of for Cerebrovascular Research
September 19, 8:00am-5:00pm; Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn and Spa, Pavillion 100 Boyes Blvd., Sonoma, CA
UCSF Arthroplasty for the Modern Surgeon: Hip, Knee and Health Innovation Technology in Sonoma 
Our nationally and internationally known faculty have created a dynamic program focused on the latest advances in digital health, and innovative technologies in hip and knee surgery. 
Hosted by Department of Orthopaedic Surgery