Harry Hollander, M.D., has directed the Categorical Track since 1995 and has been responsible for leadership of the entire program since 2004. After completing his residency and chief residency at UCSF, Dr. Hollander established an HIV service at Moffitt-Long Hospital in the early 1980s at the outset of the epidemic. He currently attends on the Infectious Diseases and Medicine services. Dr. Hollander also serves as the Associate Director of UCSF's Academy of Medical Educators, an organization dedicated to the support of medical educators in the School of Medicine. He is a member of the UCSF Graduate Medical Education Committee and is an active member of the Association of Program Directors in Internal Medicine (APDIM).
Sharad Jain, M.D., a UCSF medical school and residency alumnus, is the track director for the San Francisco General Primary Care program. Dr. Jain has dedicated his career to healthcare for the underserved and works tirelessly to teach others about health care disparities. He is the director of Health Equity: Academics and Advocacy Training (HEAAT) Program Area of Distinction. He is a member of the Academy of Medical Educators and was the recipient of the American Association of Medical Colleges Humanism in Medicine Award in 2004.
Katherine Julian, M.D., is the track director for the UC Primary Care (UCPC) General Internal Medicine Residency Program. She is at the forefront of ambulatory education in internal medicine. After graduating from the UC Primary Care General Internal Medicine Residency Program, she served as a Chief Resident at San Francisco General Hospital, and then served as the assistant director of the UCPC program. Dr Julian became the director of the UCSF Primary Care track in February 2006. Dr. Julian is also the Associate Program Director for Ambulatory Affairs, a member of the Academy of Medical Educators, and Director of Outcomes and Optimization for Graduate Medical Education.