Communication

UCSF has a large (1,100+) Postdoc population. Due to the nature of the university and its spread of campus locations, connecting with people can be a struggle. For this, PSA has set up several ways to connect and communicate:

 

Facebook

Check out our Facebook channel for more informal connecting and communicating. Share your ideas for and activity, look for housing, etc.

PSA at UCSF Facebook

 

Linkedin

Postdoc Community @ UCSF Linkedin Group a central hub for the Postdoc Community at UCSF. Please join, get in touch with colleagues at UCSF and share your experiences and ideas.

 

TWITTER

Follow us on twitter @PostdocsUCSF for news and views on issues relevant to postdoc life at UCSF.

 

SLACK

Slack is a messaging app for teams. This can be used to communicate with Postdocs in specific buildings or across campuses, if you need something immediately, say a chemical etc. You can subscribe yourself with your ucsf.edu email address:

UCSF-PSA Slack

 

Mailing list

PSA LIST: Primarily used to share formal information

To Subscribe:
Send a one line email to listserv@listserv.ucsf.edu with the text subscribe PSALIST First_Name Last_Name in the body

To Unsubscribe:
Send an e-mail to listserv@listserv.ucsf.edu with "signoff PSALIST" in the message body

To Post:
E-mail PSALIST@LISTSERV.UCSF.EDU
** Remember to send replies to sender rather than the list

Posts allowed:

  • seminar announcements
  • events
  • job listings
  • fellowship opportunities
  • PSA announcements
PSA NET: Primarily used to share informal information

To Subscribe:
Send a one line email to listserv@listserv.ucsf.edu with the text subscribe PSANET First_Name Last_Name in the body

To Unsubscribe:
Send an e-mail to listserv@listserv.ucsf.edu with "signoff PSANET" in the message body.

To Post:
E-mail PSANET@LISTSERV.UCSF.EDU
** Remember to send replies to sender rather than the list

Posts allowed:

  • Requests for reagents or equipment
  • Seeking advice on experiments or protocols
  • Looking for others interested in UCSF activities