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On 06/13/20, the Black students in the BioE program shared an open letter to the Bioengineering community with a their list of demands to address racial inequalities in the department. Read the letter here.

On 06/30/20, the Bioengineering faculty leadership replied with an item-by-item response to the open letter. Read the letter here.

On 07/20/20, the Black students in the BioE program provided their input on the Bioengineering faculty leadership response. Read the response here.

On 08/06/20, the Bioengineering faculty leadership provided additional comments to the input provided by the Bioengineering community. Read the comments here.

For more information, please see the new page on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
International Students: Please follow the Berkeley's International Office or UCSF's International Students and Scholars Office guidance on the developing situation regarding restrictions placed on international students by the Department of Homeland Security. As this is a fast changing issue, these two sources will have the most up to date information regarding your visa questions and relationship with each school.
Due to concerns and mitigation efforts related to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Graduate Council has agreed that all members may participate remotely in Qual Exams. Zoom is the preferred platform since many faculty will be offering instruction via Zoom and obtaining Zoom Pro accounts. 

More COVID-19 Resources:
Center for Disease Control and Prevention - How to Protect Yourself
COVID-19 Information for Graduate Students
COVID-19 Student Affairs Updates
COVID-19 UCSF Resource Page
COVID-19 Berkeley International Students FAQ

Here you will find information that can be helpful to you as a graduate student in the UC Berkeley-UCSF Joint Graduate Group in Bioengineering.

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#BEASTofTheWeek Joann Gu is a 2nd year PhD student in Dr. John Dueber’s lab. Joann works on developing molecular tools for performing directed evolution in vivo! 🧬

#BEASTofTheWeek: Cameron Kato is a 2nd year PhD student in Dr. Irina Conboy's lab at UC Berkeley. He is working on evaluating muscle rejuvenation therapeutics for anti-ageing applications (no photos allowed in the animal facility unfortunately)!

We're celebrating the naming of THREE #UCSF learners as HHMI Hanna Gray Fellows. Warmest congrats to UCSF postdocs Biafra Ahanonu and Willow Coyote-Maestas, and to Bioengineering PhD candidate Nicolas Altemose! @syscarut @willowcoyote @NAltemose @HHMINEWS https://postdocs.ucsf.edu/hgray-fellows

Interested in how biophysical cues at the micro and nanoscale can be used for #cardiovasculardisease therapy? Check out our new review by @pmohindra94 @DesaiLabUCSF https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nano.2021.102365

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