Neil Powe, MD, MPH, MBA
|Address||1001 Potrero Ave|
San Francisco CA 94110
|American Society of Nephrology ||2011||Belding H. Scribner Award|
|Association of Professors of Medicine||2010||Diversity Award|
|American College of Physicians||2010||Master|
|National Kidney Foundation ||2008||Champion of Hope Award |
|Association for Clinical Research Training||2007||Distinguished Educator Award|
|Society of General Internal Medicine||2005||John M. Eisenberg National Award for Career Achievement in Research|
|Association of American Physicians||2005||Member|
|National Kidney Foundation||2004||Garabed Eknoyan Award|
|Institute of Medicine ||2003||Member|
|American Society of Clinical Investigation||2000||Member|
|American College of Physicians ||1989||Teaching and Research Scholar|
Dr. Powe serves as leader of the University of California San Francisco Medicine Service at San Francisco General Hospital, a leading Medicine department in a public hospital with strong basic, clinical and health services research programs focused on major diseases affecting diverse patients. His interests are in improving discovery, education and clinical practice in medicine, making academic organizations function better, enhancing scholarship and multidisciplinary collaboration, and developing future talent and leadership in the health professions. He has a particular interest in cultivating young clinical scientists who are addressing major problems in science, health and health care delivery.
His primary intellectual pursuits involve kidney disease patient-oriented research, clinical epidemiology and outcomes and effectiveness research. His research unites Medicine and Public Health with the goals of saving and improving quality of human lives. It involves the knowledge of fundamental discoveries in biology and clinical medicine to advance the health of patients and populations affected by kidney disease.
Dr. Powe earned his medical degree at Harvard Medical School and his master’s in public health at Harvard School of Public Health. He completed residency, was a Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholar and completed his master’s in business administration at the University of Pennsylvania.
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