Mission Bay & Parnassus Campuses
Increase Visibilty in the $1 Billion UCSF Research Marketplace
A $1.52 billion complex, the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, opened its doors in 2015 and established a new standard for patient care. The facility supports groundbreaking partnerships between basic science and clinical researchers, and thereby speeds up the delivery of new therapies to benefit patients. It is home to the area's first new hospital in 30 years.
2017 Life Science Expenditures: $1,346,383
2018 NIH Funding: $647,880,065
UC San Francisco's Medical School has been the top public recipient of NIH grants for twelve consecutive years.
In honor of the late Helen Diller, the Helen Diller foundation gifted $500 million to UCSF to fund students, faculty, and chancellor's priorities. This gift is tied for the third largest all-time donation to a US academic institution.
Sandy and Joan Weill donated $185 million to UCSF to create a new neuroscience institute on the UCSF Mission Bay campus, called the Weill Institute for Neurosciences. The institute will be housed in a $316 million facility, providing 270,000 square feet for research and outpatient services, and scheduled for completion in 2020.
Meet with Hundreds of Researchers Face-to-Face at UCSF
Meet with over 275 contacts from the labs at UC San Francisco and demonstrate your lab products and services at our on-campus Biotechnology Vendor Showcase™ Events.
Last year, the Biotechnology Vendor Showcase™ Events at the University of California, San Francisco Mission Bay and Parnassus campuses attracted 592 attendees. Of these attendees, 76 were purchasing agents, professors and post docs, and 111 were lab managers.
“I am impressed at the good turn out and quality leads that this show has generated. The researchers were engaging and interested in my products and services. Equally impressed with the event staff. They go out of their way to assist you with anything.” - S. C., Exhibitor, UC San Francisco BCI Event