Welcome to the Department of Pediatrics
The UCSF Department of Pediatrics is committed to excellence in research, education and the clinical care of infants, children and young adults. Our dedicated faculty have earned national and international recognition for their accomplishments and receive millions of dollars annually in extramural research funding to advance care for kids.
- Today's training programs provide optimal preparation for tomorrow's leaders. We offer highly regarded fellowship and residency training programs and continuing medical education programs.
- Our broad research program provides a steady infusion of new ideas that can be rapidly translated into improved clinical care. We offer access to clinical studies, some of them based in our Pediatric Clinical Research Center, and head a variety of laboratory-based and population/policy research programs.
Fuentes-Afflick to Focus on Diversity as APS President
Infectious Disease Specialists Target Global Health
Molecular Medicine Pathway Nurtures Physician Scientists
Molecular Medicine Pathway Nurtures Physician Scientists. To advance patient care, pediatrics needs a healthy supply of physician-scientists whose training combines basic science and clinical medicine. Read more
Pulmonologists Seek to Improve Asthma Home Monitoring
Pulmonologists Seek to Improve Asthma Home Monitoring, Noting early symptoms of airway obstruction is a critical part of good management of childhood asthma, a disease that affects seven million young people in the United States. Read more
New Center Shines Spotlight on Chronic Illness in Children
New Center Shines Spotlight on Chronic Illness in Children. With improvements in the treatment of previously fatal diseases, more children are surviving into adulthood with chronic health conditions... Read more
Gene Therapy May Offer Treatment Option for SCID
Gene Therapy May Offer Treatment Option for SCID. A UCSF pediatrics team has performed experimental gene therapy in an infant with severe combined immununodeficiency disorder (SCID) in an effort to rebuild his immune system. Read more