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Allison Webber, MD

TitleAssociate Professor
SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
DepartmentMedicine
Address400 Parnassus Avenue
San Francisco CA 94117
Phone415-353-1290
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    Allison Webber, M.D. joined UCSF Department of Medicine- Nephrology in 2009 after completing her training at the New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell Medical Center in General and Transplant Nephrology. She is the Post -Kidney Transplant Clinic Director, responsible for ensuring top-notch post- transplant care in this complex patient population.

    In addition, Dr. Webber runs a monthly kidney transplant conference with the general nephrology fellows where transplant-related concepts including: immunosuppressive drugs, rejection, transplant histopathology, immunology, and infectious complications are reviewed.

    Her research interests include immune monitoring in kidney transplantation, and she is a co-principal investigator or co-investigator on several industry and government sponsored studies looking at biomarkers to monitor the immune system.


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    1. Webber AB, Vincenti F. An Update on Calcineurin Inhibitor-Free Regimens: The Need Persists, but the Landscape has Changed. Transplantation. 2016 Apr; 100(4):836-43. PMID: 27003097.
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    2. Ledesma Y, Parekh J, Maw TT, Webber A. An unusual case of ischemic nephropathy. Am J Transplant. 2015 Mar; 15(3):843-4;quiz 845. PMID: 25693477.
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    3. Chandran S, Masharani U, Webber AB, Wojciechowski DM. Prediabetic living kidney donors have preserved kidney function at 10 years after donation. Transplantation. 2014 Apr 15; 97(7):748-54. PMID: 24342975.
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    4. Rabe IB, Schwartz BS, Farnon EC, Josephson SA, Webber AB, Roberts JP, de Mattos AM, Gallay BJ, van Slyck S, Messenger SL, Yen CJ, Bloch EM, Drew CP, Fischer M, Glaser CA. Fatal transplant-associated west nile virus encephalitis and public health investigation-california, 2010. Transplantation. 2013 Sep 15; 96(5):463-8. PMID: 23823653.
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    5. Wojciechowski D, Chanda R, Chandran S, Lee B, Webber A, Macaraig M, Tomlanovich S, Vincenti F. Ciprofloxacin prophylaxis in kidney transplant recipients reduces BK virus infection at 3 months but not at 1 year. Transplantation. 2012 Dec 15; 94(11):1117-23. PMID: 23060281.
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    6. Webber A, Hambleton J, Chami A, Bang H, Seshan S, Sharma A, August P, Kapur S, Suthanthiran M, Dadhania D. Mean arterial blood pressure while awaiting kidney transplantation is associated with the risk of primary nonfunction. Transplantation. 2012 Jan 15; 93(1):54-60. PMID: 22105679.
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    7. Chandran S, Baxter-Lowe L, Olson JL, Tomlanovich SJ, Webber A. Eculizumab for the treatment of de novo thrombotic microangiopathy post simultaneous pancreas-kidney transplantation--a case report. Transplant Proc. 2011 Jun; 43(5):2097-101. PMID: 21693335.
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    8. Tsapepas DS, Webber AB, Aull MJ, Figueiro JM, Saal SD. Managing the atazanavir-tacrolimus drug interaction in a renal transplant recipient. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2011 Jan 15; 68(2):138-42. PMID: 21200061.
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    9. Jhaveri KD, Webber AB. The Case | Triple acid-base disorder after drug abuse. Kidney Int. 2008 Nov; 74(10):1363-4. PMID: 18974769.
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