Mary Whooley, MD
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
San Francisco CA 94121
|American Board of Preventive Medicine||Subspecialty Certification||2016||Clinical Informatics|
|University of California, San Francisco||Training Certificate||2013||Implementation Science|
|University of California, San Francisco||Postdoctoral Fellowship||1998||Health Services Research|
|University of California, San Francisco||Chief Residency||1996||Internal Medicine|
|University of California, San Francisco||Internship and Residency ||1995||Internal Medicine|
|Boston University School of Medicine||Doctor of Medicine||1991||Medicine|
|Yale University||Bachelor of Arts||1987||Psychology|
|UCSF Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute||2015||Stephen B. Hulley Award for Excellence in Teaching|
|Association of American Physicians (AAP)||2014||Elected to Membership|
|American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI)||2011||Elected to Membership|
|American College of Cardiology (ACC)||2011||Elected to Fellowship|
|American Heart Association (AHA)||2009||Elected to Fellowship|
|SF Bay Area Clinical Research Symposium||2009||Outstanding Mentor of the Year|
|UCSF Department of Medicine||2006||Resident Research Mentorship Award|
|American Psychosomatic Society||2006||Herbert Weiner Early Career Award|
|VA Health Services Research & Development||2004||Advanced Career Development Award|
|University of California, San Francisco||2002||Hellman Award for Early Career Faculty|
|American Federation for Aging Research||2001||Beeson Faculty Scholars Award|
|Robert Wood Johnson Foundation||2001||Physician Faculty Scholars Award|
|VA Health Services Research & Development||1998||Career Development Award|
|American Society Bone & Mineral Research||1997||Young Investigator Award |
|UCSF Department of Medicine||1993||Keith Johnson Award|
|UCSF Department of Medicine||1992||Krevans Award for Clinical Excellence|
|Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Society||1991||Elected to Membership|
Mary Whooley, MD, FACP, FAHA, FACC is a clinical investigator, Professor of Medicine, Epidemiology & Biostatistics at UCSF, primary care physician, board-certified informatician, and Director of Cardiac Rehabilitation for the San Francisco VA Health Care System. In 1997, she validated a two-question screening instrument for depression that is now referred to as the "Whooley questions" and used worldwide (JGIM, 1997). She currently serves as Principal Investigator of the Heart and Soul Study, a 15-year longitudinal study, which demonstrated that the adverse cardiovascular outcomes associated with depression are largely explained by poor health behaviors, especially physical inactivity (JAMA, 2008). Dr. Whooley also serves as PI of both the VA Measurement Science QUERI and a PCORI-funded study, entitled "Improving Delivery of Patient-Centered Cardiac Rehabilitation.” She has mentored numerous junior investigators and coauthored more than 200 publications.
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