February 2017 Events

Cardiology: Echo Didactics

Presenter: Catherine Wong, M.D. - Constriction and Restriction M-1179 + Add to calendar

ID Core Curriculum Conference

Brian Schwartz: Helminth Infections
Chip Chambers: Managing Gram-postive infections
CL-221 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Grand Rounds : Coronary Revascularization in the Era of Public Accountability by Robert Yeh, MD, MBA

Professional title: Associate Professor of Medicine

Institution: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center HSW302 + Add to calendar

Interventional Fellow Conference

M-1179 + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

Identification of transient Repetitive Activation Patterns (TRAP) during Basket mapping of Atrial Fibrillation Speaker(s): William Sauer, MD (University of Colorado) and Edward Gerstenfeld, MD MUE 420 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics Works in Progress

Dr. Brie Williams Announcing the BiMonthly Geriatrics Works in Progress Conference at Laurel Heights!



Dear Aging and Palliative Care Colleagues:



The weekly Geriatrics WIP Conference has been a collegial forum for our colleagues across UCSF to obtain useful feedback on manuscripts, grants, and presentations. However, our Laurel Heights colleagues have noted that the VA location makes attendance difficult. We have heard you.



PLEASE join our FIRST Geriatrics WIP series at Laurel Heights Feb 1st at 8:15am, LH Room 474



Supported by the Division of Geriatrics, the NIA-funded Pepper Center, Tideswell at UCSF, and the new Innovation Center for Action-oriented Research (I-CARE) in Aging & Palliative CarernrnThe Geriatrics Works in Progress Conference encourages presentations representing the full spectrum of scholarship, including implementation research, policy and outcomes research, qualitative research, and educational research and scholarship. Geriatrics WIPS at Laurel Heights will generally occur on the first Wednesday of every other month. On other weeks, we will continue to hold the works in progress conference at the VA. The next Laurel Heights WIP will be April 5th. If you would like to present, please contact Sarah Ngo Sarah.Ngo@ucsf.edu



February 1st, Brie Williams, MD, Professor of Medicine will be presenting a draft of her NIA R01 Application:



Assessing the Extent and Impact of Cognitive Impairment in Older Jail Inmates



WIP: Wed Feb 1st, 8:15-9:30 AM



UCSF Laurel Heights Campusrn3333 California Street



4th Floor, Room 474



If you are interested in joining this meeting via teleconference, please follow these directions:

1. Dial 1 (800) 767-1750 and follow voice prompts

2. When asked, enter code 52717 followed by the # key

3. You will be connected to conference
UCSF Laurel Heights Campus 3333 California Street 4th Floor, Room 474 + Add to calendar

GI Grand Rounds

“IBD Program”

Fernando Velayos

GI Division, Mt. Zion
S214 + Add to calendar

DGIM Faculty Meeting

1545 Divisadero Street, Suite 523 + Add to calendar

Medicine Grand Rounds

Update in Hospital Medicine 2016 Bradley Sharpe, MD

Professor of Clinical Medicine

UCSF Division of Hospital Medicine

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/MGR2017

*Discuss the challenge of keeping up to date on the literature.

*Describe 2 possible changes in your use of diagnostic tests for hospitalized medical patients.

*State one new therapeutic intervention you will use for hospitalized medical patients.

Brad Sharpe received his bachelor degree in chemistry from Stanford University and his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. He completed his residency and chief residency in Internal Medicine at UCSF. He currently is a Professor of Clinical Medicine and hospitalist at UCSF. He currently serves as the Interim Division Chief for the Division of Hospital Medicine and the Associate Program Director for Inpatient Affairs for the UCSF Internal Medicine Residency.

Brad teaches to medical students, residents, and faculty at UCSF on topics ranging from community-acquired pneumonia to updates in the literature. Brad also graduated from the Stanford Faculty Development Clinical Teaching course and has given numerous presentations on improving clinical teaching both regionally and nationally. He has been the recipient of multiple teaching awards including the UCSF Distinction in Teaching Award and the Society of Hospital Medicine (SHM) National Excellence in Teaching Award. He is now on the Board of Directors for SHM and previously was a co-chair of the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) Academic Hospitalist Taskforce.
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Cath Lab/Valve Conference

Interesting Cases/Valve Conference (in lieu of Cath Lab Conference) M-1179 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Report

M1179 + Add to calendar

ACHD Case conference

M-1179 + Add to calendar

MCRC Rheumatology clinical research seminar

S-869 + Add to calendar

Cardiology - Multi Modality

Presentation: TBD M-1179 + Add to calendar

Faculty Development: Hospitalists and the Oncology Consult Service

| Thierry Jahan, MD U107 + Add to calendar

ID Grand Rounds

"Stump the Chumps" N-729 + Add to calendar

ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

8th Annual Richard J. Haber Visiting Professorship Medicine Gand Rounds: Reflections on Community Engagement: Listening, Learning and Action Doriane Miller from U of Chicago Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Core Curriculum

M1179 + Add to calendar

Clinical Case Conference

Jessica Neely, Emily von Scheven Cole Hall + Add to calendar

Clinical Case Conference

Scott Steiger Do's & Don'ts of Opioid Prescribing Cole Hall + Add to calendar

Cardiology: Pathology

Phil Ursell, MD: Pathology - AV Valve Malformations M-55 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Grand Rounds : New aspects of cardiovascular disease and its impact for space travel by Sonja Schrepfer MD, PhD and Tobias Deuse, MD

Professional title: Assistant Professor of Surgery

Institution: UCSF HSW302 + Add to calendar

Interventional Fellow Conference

M-1179 + Add to calendar

HIV Grand Rounds - Toby Maurer, MD, Professor of Medicine, Department of Dermatology, UCSF,ZSFG

Updates in Dermatology CARR Auditorium + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

Journal Club Speaker(s): Isaac Whitman, MD and Greg Marcus, MD MUE 420 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics Works in Progress

Dr. Anne Suskind VA Medical Center, Building 1, 3rd Floor Conference Room (309B) + Add to calendar

GI Grand Rounds

“New Therapies for Hepatitis B”

Marion Peters

GI Division, Parnassus

S214 + Add to calendar

Medicine Grand Rounds

How Less Health Care Can Sometimes Be Better For You: Examples from Internal Medicine 19th Annual Reza K. Gandjei Memorial Lecture

Rita Redberg, MD, MSc, FACC

Professor of Medicine

Core Faculty, Philip R Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies

Editor, JAMA Internal Medicine

Director, FAMRI Bland Lane Center of Excellence in Secondhand Smoke at UCSF

UCSF Division of Cardiology

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/MGR2017

*To understand how to accurately evaluate harms and benefits for commonly used medical tests and procedures

*To understand the evidence to support nonpharmacologic approaches to treating low back pain

*To understand the harms and benefits of early dialysis

Rita F. Redberg, MD, MSc, is a cardiologist and Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco since 1990 and Core Faculty, Philip R Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies. Dr. Redberg is the Chief Editor of JAMA Internal Medicine (formerly Archives of ) and has spearheaded the journal’s new focus on health care reform and “less is more”, which highlights areas of health care with no known benefit and definite risks. Her research interests are in the area of health policy and technology assessment, and how to promote high value care, focusing on high risk medical devices as well as the need for inclusion of women in clinical trials of such devices.

Dr. Redberg is a member of the Medicare Payment Advisory Commission, which advises Congress on Medicare payment issues. She also served on the Medicare Evidence, Development and Coverage Advisory Committee from 2003-2006 and was reappointed in 2012 as its Chairwoman. Dr Redberg is a member of the California Technology Assessment Forum, and the Blue Shield Medical Advisory Panel. She has given Congressional testimony multiple times in hearings related to the issue of balancing safety and innovation in medical device approvals. Dr. Redberg worked in the office of Senator Hatch and with the Senate Judiciary Committee on FDA-related matters during her tenure as a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Fellow, 2003-2006. She is on multiple technology assessment boards, including the Blue Cross Blue Shield Medical Advisory Panel and the California Technology Assessment Forum, as well as the Institute of Clinical and Economic Review Advisory Board.

Dr. Redberg has authored several books, including You Can Be a Woman Cardiologist, Heart Healthy: The Step-by-Step Guide to Preventing and Healing Heart Disease, and Betty Crocker Cookbook for Women: the Complete Guide to Women’s Health and Wellness at Every Stage of Life. She has done hundreds of radio, television and newspaper interviews on health related topics including being featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, National Public Radio and the Today Show. Dr. Redberg graduated from Cornell University and the University of Pennsylvania Medical School and has a Master of Science in Health Policy and Administration from the London School of Economics.
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Mt. Zion Grand Rounds

End of Life Options Act
Michael Rabow, MD
Professor of Medicine
1545 Divisadero Street, Suite 103 + Add to calendar

Cath Lab Conference

Presentation will be given by: Dr. Eugene Fan M-1179 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Report

M1179 + Add to calendar

Grand Rounds

John Balmes Household air pollution due to domestic cooking with biomass fuel + Add to calendar

Clinical Rounds

Jonathan Rutchik Neurotoxins in action + Add to calendar

Lunar New Year Celebration

Lindsey Criswell's Home + Add to calendar

Journal Club

Journal Club
Reviewers: Noble, Rosenberg
N-729 + Add to calendar

ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

Undocumented Immigrants with End-stage Renal Disease and No Access to Standard Hemodialysis Lilia Cervantes Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Core Curriculum

M1179 + Add to calendar

Fellow Didactic Conference

Abul Abbas T cell Biology S869 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Echo Didactics

Presentation: Atif Qasim, MD - PreMitraClip TEE Assessment M-1179 + Add to calendar

Optimizing Aging Collaborative SEHC Senior Day

San Francisco Health Network (SFHN) and UCSF medical providers and experts San Francisco Health Network (SFHN) and UCSF medical providers and experts host an afternoon of care screenings, activities and exercises for older adults. Southeast Health Center: (2401 Keith Street, San Francisco CA 94124) + Add to calendar

ID Core Curriculum Conference

Joel Palefsky: HPV: What the ID Clinician Needs to Know
Jen Babik: Life in ID Fellowship
CL-221 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Grand Rounds : Premature Ventricular Contraction Induced Cardiomyopathy: Bedside to Bench by Edward Gerstenfeld, MD

Professional title: Professor of Medicine

Institution: UCSF HSW300 + Add to calendar

Interventional Fellow Conference

M-1179 + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

Combination antiarrhythmic therapy for patients with ARVC Speaker(s): Simon Ermakov, MD and Melvin Scheinman, MD MUE 420 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics Works in Progress

Dr. Geoff Manley VA Medical Center, Building 1, 3rd Floor Conference Room (309B) + Add to calendar

GI Grand Rounds

“Liver Program”

Dwight Bissell, GI Division, Parnassus

& Michele Tana, GI Division, SFGH

S214 + Add to calendar

Medicine Grand Rounds

Novel Insights into Inflammatory Lung Disorders Through Studies in Rare Mendelian Diseases Anthony Shum, MD

Associate Professor

Division of Pulmonary & Critical Care, UCSF

Robert L. Kroc Chair in Rheumatic & Connective Tissue Diseases II

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/MGR2017

*Understand the role of monogenic disorders in elucidating mechanisms of disease

*Learn about a new Mendelian syndrome of autoimmunity called the COPA syndrome



Anthony Shum is an Associate Professor of Medicine in the Department of Pulmonary and Critical Care at UCSF. After his clinical fellowship at UCSF, he received research training in immune tolerance as part of the Immunology Program at UCSF. The focus of his lab's research is to understand the pathogenesis of autoimmune lung diseases by intensively studying patients with these disorders and modeling their disease in mice. Through his work he identified a novel lung-specific antigen named BPIFB1 that is targeted in patients with autoimmune lung disease and demonstrated that autoantibodies to BPIFB1 could be used as a biomarker to detect patients with lung autoimmunity. His lab also recently helped discover the genetic basis of a novel Mendelian syndrome of autoimmunity manifested by lung and joint disease that is coined the COPA syndrome, based on the gene that is mutated in this disorder. Through his research Dr. Shum hopes to discover diagnostic and interventional targets that will ultimately lead to biomarkers and therapies that will directly impact patient care.
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Cath Lab Conference

Presentation will be given by: Dr. Eugene Fan M-1179 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Report

M1179 + Add to calendar

Rheumatology Clinical Research Coordinators Lunch Meeting

+ Add to calendar

No Conference - Holiday

ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

“Transforming Primary Care in the SFHN: Challenges and Opportunities” Hali Hammer, MD Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Core Curriculum

M1179 + Add to calendar

UCSFMC Clinical Faculty Meeting

S869 + Add to calendar

Fellow Didactic Conference

VAMC 540 + Add to calendar

Hangouts with HIVE:: presents: PrEP Champions Lead the Way

Hangouts with HIVE:: presents:

- PrEP Champions Lead the Wayrn- PrEP users and their allies have been instrumental in raising PrEP awareness in their communities.

- Many PrEP champions around the country paved the way for greater PrEP access.

- The work of PrEP champions in their communities across the U.S. is admirable, necessary and worth amplifying.

Learn from PrEP champions about reaching and engaging communities around PrEP.

Join us *live* for a 1-hour discussion via Google+ Hangouts on Air:

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017rn11am PT / 1pm CT / 2pm ET

Register Here.

Cardiology Echo Didactics

Presentation: Nelson Schiller, M.D. - Echo Hemodynamics M-1179 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine Grand Rounds

Cynthia Brown, MD, MPH - "Mobility in the Hospitalized Older Adult" - Associate Professor and Director, UAB Division of Gerontology, Geriatrics and Palliative Care) This lecture will describe the physiologic effects of low mobility often seen during hospitalization. We will describe barriers and facilitators of hospital mobility. Finally, we will compare a number of different interventions designed to improve mobility during hospitalization and describe outcomes associated with these interventions.

Objectives: After attendance at this lecture, participants will be able to:

1. Describe changes associated with bed rest and low mobility during hospitalization

2. Identify common barriers and facilitators for hospital mobility

3. Summarize interventions that have been successfully used in the hospital setting to increase mobility

HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Geriatrics and Palliative Medicine Grand Rounds

Cynthia Brown, MD HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Grand Rounds : Peripartum Cardiomyopathy - an update by Uri Elkayam, MD

Professional title: Professor of Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Director of Maternal Cardiology

Institution: University of Southern California HSW302 + Add to calendar

Interventional Fellow Conference

M-1179 + Add to calendar

HIV Grand Rounds - Mallory Johnson, PhD, Professor, Center for AIDS Prevention Studies, UCSF

HIV Treatment and Adherence CARR Auditorium + Add to calendar

EP Research Conference

Bundle Branch Reentrant Ventricular Tachycardia: A Novel Inherited Arrhythmia Syndrome Speaker(s): Jason Roberts, MD and Melvin Scheinman, MD MUE 420 + Add to calendar

GI Grand Rounds

“Small Molecules from the Human Microbiota”

Michael Fischbach

Associate Professor

Department of Bioengineering and Therapeutic Sciences

UCSF, Mission Bay
S214 + Add to calendar

Medicine Grand Rounds

APOL1 Renal Risk Variants: A Friend and Foe Associate Professor in Residence

Division of Nephrology, UCSF

Core Investigator, Kidney Health Research Collaborative

http://tiny.ucsf.edu/MGR2017

*To recognize the potential role of APOL1 genetic variants in chronic kidney diseases that disproportionately affect individuals of African descent

*To learn about the potential benefits and risks of APOL1 genetic variants beyond chronic kidney disease

*To understand the clinical and research implications of the APOL1 genetic variants

Michelle Estrella is nephrologist and clinical investigator who recently joined the Division of Nephrology at UCSF/ SFVA. She completed her clinical and research training from Johns Hopkins University where she stayed on as faculty from 2006 to 2016. There, she was closely involved in clinical and research training as the Associate Nephrology Fellowship Program Director and Associate Director for the Renal Disease Epidemiology Training Program.

Her research has aimed to improve the understanding of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and its consequences and to develop strategies to mitigate the risk of CKD development and progression, particularly among minority groups and HIV-infected individuals. Her work to date has emphasized the ongoing burden of kidney disease in treated HIV-infected persons and shed light on clinical and genetic risk factors that contribute to this burden. Recently, her work has grown to encompass the identification of early markers of kidney injury, with the hope of translating these biomarkers into routine clinical practice for earlier detection and management of acute kidney injury and CKD. As some of her most rewarding experiences has centered on addressing key gaps in nephrology research through collaborative efforts and mentorship of research trainees, Dr. Estrella also joined as a Core Investigator in the Kidney Health Research Collaborative (khrc.ucsf.edu) this summer.
HSW-300 + Add to calendar

Cath Lab Conference

Presentation will be given by: Dr. Eugene Fan M-1179 + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Report

M1179 + Add to calendar

Grand Rounds

Roman Kownacki Chronic pain management / opioid use in occupational medicine + Add to calendar

Journal Club

Monica Kaitz + Add to calendar

Cardiology ACHD Conference

Presentation TBD M-1179 + Add to calendar

ID Grand Rounds

Trihospital Conference – Briggs
Reviewers: Lampiris, Schwartz
+ Add to calendar

ZSFG Medicine Grand Rounds

“Islamophobia and its Impact” Carr Auditorium + Add to calendar

Cardiology Fellows Core Curriculum

M1179 + Add to calendar

Journal Club

Katie Wysham N721 + Add to calendar

Fellow Didactic Conference

Art Weiss T cell signaling S869 + Add to calendar