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SFGH Medical Service Grand Rounds-CANCELLED

SFGH Medical Service Grand Rounds-CANCELLED

Cardiology Grand Rounds: Can we afford the new wave of "high value" health care? by Dr. Steven Pearson

5pm - 6pm | N 217

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Cardiology Fellows Core Curriculum: Journal Club

6pm - 7pm | Yancy's Saloon

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Internal Medicine Grand Rounds

To Bleed or Not to Bleed

12pm - 1pm | HSW-300

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Complex Valve/Structural Heart Disease Conference

Mandar Aras, MD

4pm - 5pm | M-1179

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Faculty Spotlight

Dr. Yerem Yeghiazarians
Cardiac Stem Cell Research Update

Heart attacks remain the leading cause of death in the United States, claiming the lives of more than 500,000 Americans … more »

Dr. Henry Hsia
On the Hunt for Abnormal Rhythms

Like a skilled hunter tracking elusive prey, cardiac electrophysiologist Dr. Henry Hsia is an expert at interpreting subtle … more »

Dr. Nisha Parikh
The Heart of a Mother

We think of pregnancy as a cardiometabolic stress test. If you can get through pregnancy without preeclampsia, diabetes … more »

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Fellow Spotlight

Dr. Philip Hall

Dr. Philip Hall was born and raised in Cincinnati. While earning a bachelor’s degree in classics at Princeton University, he also … more »

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Locations & Campuses

UCSF has three Divisions of Cardiology, located at UCSF Medical Center at Parnassus/Mount Zion/Mission Bay, San Francisco General Hospital, and the San Francisco VA Medical Center.

UCSF Medical Center
Cardiovascular Research Institute
San Francisco General Hospital
Gladstone Institute of Cardiovascular Disease

Meet our Chiefs

From left to right, Barrie Massie, (SFVAMC); Jeffrey Olgin (UCSF Medical Center); Peter Ganz (SFGH).

Cardiovascular disease remains the nation’s leading cause of death, and UCSF is a pioneer in developing better ways to diagnose, treat and ...

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