Medicine

Rita Redberg, MD, MS

Professor
Medicine

Dr. Rita Redberg is a cardiologist, and directs women’s cardiovascular services and the UCSF Flight Attendant Clinic. Her research interests are in the effects of secondhand smoke and other work related conditions (radiation) on flight attendants, as well as in technology assessment and preventive cardiology. Rita Redberg is a Professor of Medicine in the Division of Cardiology at the UCSF School of Medicine and is also Director of Women’s Cardiovascular Services. She is the Editor of the Archives of Internal Medicine.

Tung Nguyen, MD

Professor
Medicine

Dr. Nguyen is the Stephen J. McPhee, MD Endowed Chair in General Internal Medicine and Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). A general internist with a panel of diverse patients, Dr. Nguyen teaches medical students and residents about medicine, health disparities, and community-based participatory research (CBPR).

Michael Matthay, MD

Director of the Critical Care Medicine Training
Associate Director of the Intensive Care Unit
Professor
Medicine

Dr. Matthay's overall focus is on improving clinical care of patients with acute respiratory failure from the acute respiratory distress syndrome and from sepsis. His research and clinical trials groups are very well funded by grants from the National Institute of Health. He also spends considerable time mentoring physicians and young faculty in career development and academic medicine.

Gregory Marcus, MD

Professor
Medicine

CLINICAL
Dr. Gregory Marcus is a specialist in the treatment of arrhythmias, including mapping and catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation, supraventricular tachycardias and ventricular arrhythmias. He is also an expert in pacemaker, biventricular device and defibrillator implantation.

Pamela Ling, MD

Professor
Medicine

Dr. Ling studies tobacco industry marketing strategies targeting young adults, women, and other high risk population, and new smokeless and novel tobacco product marketing strategies.  She also studies how to use tobacco industry marketing strategies to improve tobacco control programs.

Jeffrey Gotts, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor
Medicine

Research focuses on the effects of cigarette smoke and e-cigarette aerosols on susceptibility to acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), a major cause of respiratory failure in critically ill patients.

Warren Gold, MD

Professor Emeritus
Medicine

Major academic activities include clinical research programs, training in systems physiology, supervision of the Adult Pulmonary Laboratories, consulting with industry on systems physiology, including the effects of secondhand smoke on lung function. After internal medicine and chief medical residency at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston (1959-62), he received his research training at the Cardiovascular Research Institute, UCSF with Jay A. Nadel and Julius H.

Peter Ganz

Chief, Cardiology/SFGH
Medicine

Dr. Ganz is the Chief of Cardiology and the Director of the Center of Excellence in Vascular Research at the San Francisco General Hospital. He is the Maurice Eliaser Distinguished Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Ganz has been a pioneer and a leader in translational vascular research. He has focused on understanding key elements of human atherosclerosis including the pathobiology of the human endothelium, the biology of vascular nitric oxide, systemic and vascular inflammatory responses and atherosclerotic plaque instability.

Carolyn Calfee, MD

Professor
Medicine

Research focuses on the effects of active and passive smoking on susceptibility to acute lung injury, a major cause of respiratory failure in critically ill patients. In addition, she is interested in the use of biomarkers to measure cigarette smoke exposure.

Mai-Khanh Bui-Duy, MD

Attending Physician
Medicine

Mai-Khanh Bui-Duy, MD is Assistant Clinical Professor in the Division of General Internal Medicine at UCSF and currently practices at both the General Medicine Clinic at 1701 Divisadero Street as well as at the Screening and Acute Care Clinic. She completed her internal medicine residency at UCSF in the UC Primary Care program, participating in the Health Systems and Leadership Area of Distinction. 

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