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UCOP leaders will share their stories this Wednesday

Join us to engage with senior leaders, learn about their journeys and gain insights into their career development.


UCOP leaders will share their career journeys on Oct. 5

UCOP’s senior leaders will share insights into their leadership journeys and how they have developed their careers in a special panel hosted by OPSA and UCOP Learning and Development.


New UC Health initiative supports inclusive leadership for women

GILW is designed to develop women leaders and increase the representation of women in academic health leadership.


A nurse explains a procedure at UCLA Health.

UC hospitals lead California and the nation

University of California hospitals were again ranked among the best in the state and nation by U.S. News & World Report.


In fiscal year 2020-2021, UC Health delivered billions in community benefits

University of California Health’s academic health centers and faculty practices provided $4.1 billion in FY 20-21 in programs, activities and care to treat and promote health and healing in communities across California.


UC Health physicians walking outdoors on campus

UC Health joins national pledge to decarbonize the health sector and boost climate-change resilience

UC Health has pledged to take further climate action as part of a nationwide health sector initiative led by the Biden administration.


Recognizing Vice President Cathryn Nation’s dedication and service

Vice President for Health Sciences Cathryn L. Nation, M.D., will retire at the end of this academic year.


University of California Health Climate Champion Award

University of California Health recognized for achievements in climate sustainability

University of California Health's accomplishments in overall leadership, renewable energy and climate resilience have earned its recognition as a 2021 Climate Champion.


UC partners with the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network to sponsor biomarker testing bill

UC and the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network are helping sponsor legislation to tailor cancer treatment approaches to a person’s individual condition.