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Events

SFGH Medicine Grand Rounds

“JNC 8 Hypertension Guidelines and the Blood Pressure Limbo -How low should you go?

12pm - 1pm | Carr Auditorium

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Cardiology Fellows Core Curriculum

7 am - 8 am | M1179

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Cardiology Grand Rounds:Coronary artery calcium scanning: Evolving opportunities and remaining questions by Amit Khera, MD

12 pm - 1 pm | M-1179

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Valve Conference

Case Presentations

4 pm - 5 pm | M-1179

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Cardiology Fellows Report: Dr. Farnaz Azarbal

7 am - 8 am | M1179

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Faculty Spotlight

Stanton Glantz
Clearing the Air

Cigarette smoking causes about 500,000 deaths in the US each year, making … more »

Rajni Rao
When Form Follows Function: Designing the Ideal Patient Experience

Dr. Rajni Rao, ambulatory service chief for the Division of Cardiology, has a … more »

Elyse Foster
Seeing the Big Picture on a Small Screen

Dr. Elyse Foster, a pioneer in adult congenital heart disease and the field of … more »

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Fellow Spotlight

Dr. Alexander Papolos

Dr. Alexander Papolos was born and raised in New York City. He earned his bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Ithaca College in … 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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