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    Gregory Simpson

    TitleAssociate Professor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentDean's Office
    Address401 Parnassus Ave.
    San Francisco CA 94143
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      Franklin Road Academy1996Salutatorian
      University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill1996 - 2000Honors Student
      Recipient2006Al Gore Scholarship
      Alpha Omega Alpha2006Member

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      Dr. Simpson's clinical interests and expertise include adolescent acne, blistering disorders, neoplasms of the skin, general medical dermatology, pediatric dermatology and genodermatosis. Dr. Simpson is interested in research on blistering disorders.

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      1. O'Connell TD, Swigart PM, McCloskey DT, Simpson GL, Baker AJ, Simpson PC. . "Double knockout of the _aA/C and_a1B-adrenergic receptors reduce heart and myocyte_b-adrenergic response despite an increase in b-adrenergic receptors" Circulation 108:IV-1.
      2. O'Connell TD, Ishizaka S, Nakamura A, Swigart PM, Rodrigo MC, Simpson GL, Cotecchia S, Rokosh DG, Grossman W, Foster E, Simpson PC (2003). “The a1A/C- and a1B-adrenergic receptors are required for physiological cardiac hypertrophy in the double-knockout mouse” Journal of Clinical Investigation 111: 1783-1791 . .
      3. Simpson GL,Koo, JY. “Bath PUVA Revisited: Advantages, Disadvantages and Techniques” Psoriasis Forum, Spring 2006 Vol. 12, No 1. . .
      4. Simpson GL, Yelverton CB, Rittenberg S, Feldman SR “Do utilization management controls for phototherapy increase the prescription of biologics?” Journal of Dermatology Treatment. 2006; 17(6):359-61. Review. .
      5. Alan L. Levy, Gregory Simpson, Robert B. Skinner, “Medical Pearl: Circle of Desquamation—A clue to the diagnosis of folliculitis and furunculosis caused by Staphylococcus aureus” /> JAAD, December 2006 (Vol. 55, Issue 6, Pages 1079-1080) . .
      6. Simpson GL, Sheehan DJ. “Sarcoidosis” Southeastern Consortium 10/08 . .
      7. Simpson GL, Lesher JL. “Verrucous Sarcoidosis” Southeastern Consortium 10/08 . .
      8. Simpson GL, Davis LS, Guill M. “Sarcoidosis” Southeastern Consortium 10/08 . .
      9. Simpson GL, Lesher JL. “Necrobiosis Lipoidica” Southeastern Consortium 10/08. .
      10. Simpson GL, Davis LS, Sheehan DJ. “Epidermolysis Bullosa Acquisita” Southeastern Consortium 10/08 . .
      11. Simpson GL, Lesher JL, Sheehan DJ. “Sarcoidosis” 55th Annual Zola Cooper Seminar 2008 . .
      12. Yentzer BA, Yelverton CB, Simpson GL, Simpson JF, Hwang W, Balkrishnan R, Feldman SR.“Paradoxical effects of cost reduction measures in managed care systems for treatment of severe psoriasis”Dermatology Online Journal. 2009 Apr 15; 15(4):1. . .
      13. Kannan, Swati; Simpson, Gregory L; Sheehan, Daniel J; Lesher, Jack L Jr. “Giant verrucous nodules in a patient with tuberculosis” The American Journal of Dermatopathology. 31(6):591-593, August 2009. . .
      14. Parachuru LV, Simpson GL, Davis, LD. “Secondary Syphilis” 56th Annual Zola Cooper Seminar 2009 accepted for publication. . .
      15. Paul Haun, Gregory L. Simpson, Joshua Wharton, Daniel J. Sheehan. “Acute mental status change in an Immunocompromised patient” Clinical Infectious Diseases. 2010; 50:395-396. . .
      16. Roffwarg D, Brown A, Alisangco M, Davis LS, Simpson G."Bullous lesions with scarring and mutilation" JAAD 2010 Feb; 62(2):e9. .
      17. Shroff A, Simpson G. Cutaneous manifestations of thyroid disease: a case of thyroid induced myxedema. Case Rep Dermatol Med. 2011. .
      18. Simpson GL, Cohen SF. Pruritic scaly plaques in a 75-year-old Hispanic man. Enterobius vermicularis (pinworm). Arch Dermatol. 2012 Sep 1; 148(9):1073-8. PMID: 22986865 . .
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