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Don Grandis, MD
M_MED-CARD-CORE
Professor

555 Mission Bay Blvd South
San Francisco, CA 94158
415-514-0992
Donald.Grandis@ucsf.edu

Donald Grandis, M.D., is Clinical Professor in the Division of Cardiology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). He earned his B.A. degree from the University of Virginia and his M.D. degree from Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine. He completed his medical internship, residency, and cardiology fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Interests

Clinical Interests: Dr. Grandis practices general cardiology. He is particularly interested in personalizing care to optimize cardiac disease prevention and management. In addition, Research Interests: Dr. Grandis has interest in the effects of air pollution on cardiovascular health and the use of remote-monitoring and novel devices to improve health outcomes in patients with common heart conditions., he practices non-invasive cardiology which includes transthoracic, stress, transesophageal echocardiography. He also interprets stress tests and nuclear cardiac images.

Recent Articles (11)

Grandis DJ, MacGowan GA, Koretsky AP. Comparison of the effects of ORG 30029, dobutamine and high perfusate calcium on function and metabolism in rat heart. J Mol Cell Cardiol. 1998 Dec; 30(12):2605-12.

Grandis DJ, DelNido PJ, Koretsky AP. Functional and energetic effects of the inotropic agents EMD-57033 and BAPTA on the isolated rat heart. Am J Physiol. 1995 Aug; 269(2 Pt 1):C472-9.

Wolz DE, Flores AR, Grandis DJ, Orie JE, Schulman DS. Abnormal left ventricular ejection fraction response to mental stress and exercise in cardiomyopathy. J Nucl Cardiol. 1995 Mar-Apr; 2(2 Pt 1):144-50.

Schulman DS, Grandis DJ, Deloplaine KA, Orie JE, Flores AR. Relationship between hemodynamics and right ventricular function in patients with cardiomyopathy. Important role of tricuspid regurgitation. Chest. 1995 Jan; 107(1):14-9.

Detre JA, Zhang W, Roberts DA, Silva AC, Williams DS, Grandis DJ, Koretsky AP, Leigh JS. Tissue specific perfusion imaging using arterial spin labeling. NMR Biomed. 1994 Mar; 7(1-2):75-82.

Lazar JM, Flores AR, Grandis DJ, Orie JE, Schulman DS. Effects of chronic right ventricular pressure overload on left ventricular diastolic function. Am J Cardiol. 1993 Nov 15; 72(15):1179-82.

Schulman DS, Lazar JM, Ziady G, Grandis DJ, Flores AR, Orie JE. Right ventricular thallium-201 kinetics in pulmonary hypertension: relation to right ventricular size and function. J Nucl Med. 1993 Oct; 34(10):1695-700.

Williams DS, Grandis DJ, Zhang W, Koretsky AP. Magnetic resonance imaging of perfusion in the isolated rat heart using spin inversion of arterial water. Magn Reson Med. 1993 Sep; 30(3):361-5.

Grandis DJ, Uretsky BF, Verbalis JG, Chong TK, Puschett JB. Relationship of the renin-angiotensin system and systemic arterial pressure to sodium excretion during atrial natriuretic peptide infusion in men. Am J Hypertens. 1992 Nov; 5(11):793-9.

Grandis DJ, Uretsky BF, Ray SM, Vassilaros L, Verbalis JG, Puschett JB. Differential effects of atrial natriuretic peptide infusion at physiological doses in different postures in humans. Am J Hypertens. 1991 Mar; 4(3 Pt 1):219-27.

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