We are committed to promoting leadership among women in the health professions and to providing opportunities for women students, staff and faculty to foster their career development.
Building Interdisciplinary Research Careers in Women's Health is an NIH supported program to train junior faculty to be successful, independent clinical and translational investigators in women's health.
The Women's Reproductive Health Research (WRHR) Career Development Program (K12) at the UCSF is sponsored by the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Science. The WRHR program provides advanced basic and clinical research training and career development in women's reproductive health research for obstetrician-gynecologists.
Center of Excellence Internship Program is an opportunity for individuals to pursue their interest in the health sciences and to gain access to the health-care field via women’s health-focused projects.
Chancellor's Advisory Committee on the Status of Women has existed since 1981 and is appointed each year by the Chancellor with the charge to examine the issues regarding the status of women at UCSF (excluding those involving wages, hours, or working conditions); to analyze existing policies, procedures, and/or programs that affect those issues; to serve as a coordinating body for groups or individuals concerned with the status of women at UCSF; and to recommend to the Chancellor changes that will continue to afford women equal and fair access to campus programs and activities.