Alison Huang, MD
|Title||Assistant Professor in Residence|
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||1635 Divisadero Street|
San Francisco CA 94143
|National Institute on Aging||2011||Beeson Award in Aging Research|
|American Geriatrics Society||2010||AGS New Investigator Award|
|Society of General Internal Medicine||2009||Milton W. Hamolsky Award Finalist|
|Society of General Internal Medicine||2009||T. Franklin Award in Geriatrics|
|Society of General Internal Medicine||2008||Milton W. Hamolsky Award Finalist|
Dr. Alison Huang is a general internist and women’s health researcher at the University of California San Francisco who is dedicated to advancing scientific understanding and improving clinical management of menopause- and aging-related health conditions in women. Her research is currently focused on two widely prevalent but relatively understudied manifestations of menopause and aging: 1) genitourinary dysfunction, including conditions such as urinary incontinence, urogenital atrophy, and sexual dysfunction; and 2) menopausal symptoms, including vasomotor symptoms such as hot flashes and nightsweats. Her long-term goal is to lead a multidisciplinary team of researchers in geriatrics, urogynecology, and general medicine in promoting understanding of the effect of aging on health and functioning in women and developing more effective strategies to prevent and treat health conditions that lie at the interface of geriatrics and women’s health.
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