Susan Desmond-Hellmann is chancellor at UC San Francisco. After spending time in the pharmacy business with her father and role model, Desmond-Hellmann pursued her love of science, working for Bristol-Myers Squibb before joining Genentech, where she served as president of product development for five years. In November, she was named one of the World’s Seven Most Powerful Innovators by Forbes magazine. Read More
Some 500 administrative positions at UC San Francisco should be eliminated, according to an advisory group tasked with determining where the school has room for belt-tightening.
The recommendation was made by a work group put together in February by UCSF Chancellor Susan Desmond-Hellmann and charged with finding a way to reduce next school year’s budget by $28 million to $40 million. Read More