Research Resources

This section provides some resources for fellow researchers as well as patients and the public. This is not an all-inclusive list, but should provide some helpful information about research in integrative medicine and research at UCSF.


For Researchers

Research Collaboration

Research collaboration at the Osher Center is limited to UCSF researchers. Information is available on our site about research collaboration. It covers topics such as conducting research at the Osher Center, using clinical space, and submitting a formal request.

Research Publications

Osher Center Faculty have submitted numerous peer reviewed articles, as well as books and book chapters. A publications list is available online.

UCSF Research Centers

Integrative Medicine Research Resources


For Patients and the Public

UCSF Clinical Trials

A clinical trial is a research study involving human participants and designed to scientifically answer very specific questions about a particular treatment strategy. A clinical trial is one of the final stages of a long and careful research process. Studies are done with patients to find out whether promising approaches to disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment are safe and effective. Download a pdf of Your Rights as a Patient.

  • UCSF Medical Center
    A comprehensive listing of clinical trials available at UCSF. We suggest that you enter a term based on your particular interest, for example: “stress,” “breast cancer” or “migraine” in order to get the best search results.

Clinical Trials information is also available at the following centers:

Other Clinical Trials

Print Friendly