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Friday, April 12 • 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Alumni Weekend Opening Session

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Join us as the studio audience for a live taping of UCSF’s Carry the One Radio podcast. Run by a small group of dedicated young UCSF scientists, Carry the One showcases what makes science so exciting – the joy of discovery, the beauty of nature, and the promise of a better tomorrow. This episode will focus on exploring the past, present, and future of HIV/AIDS research and care at UCSF, from the early 1980s to present day.

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Diane Havlir

MD, Resident Alum
Diane is a pioneer and global leader in HIV. She was a physician in training at UCSF when the AIDS epidemic emerged in the 1980s, and she has conducted research and cared for HIV patients ever since. She has led pivotal HIV treatment studies to establish combination antiretroviral... Read More →
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Marguerita Lightfoot

Dr. Lightfoot is Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine, Chief for the Division of Prevention Science, Director of the Center for AIDS Prevention Studies (CAPS), Director of the UCSF Prevention Research Center and she holds the Walter... Read More →
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Anna Lipkin

Ms. Lipkin is a third-year graduate student in the neuroscience program at UCSF, where she studies how consuming alcohol in adolescence affects brain function. She has been a member of Carry the One Radio since she arrived at UCSF, and she also is a producer for The Fog at Bay, a... Read More →
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Ben Mansky

Mr. Mansky is a fourth-year PhD candidate in neuroscience at UCSF and president of Carry the One Radio, UCSF’s student-run science podcast. During his three years with Carry the One, he has written, directed, and produced episodes covering topics ranging from DNA data storage to... Read More →
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Val Robb

Ms. Robb, a San Francisco nurse, has provided care to people with AIDS and HIV since the beginning of the HIV epidemic. Her nursing journey began at Mount Zion Hospital followed by 12 years providing hospice and home care services. Until her retirement in 2017, Ms. Robb worked at... Read More →

Friday April 12, 2019 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Grand Ballroom BC 5 Embarcadero, San Francisco