Ngoc Ly, MD, MPH
|School||UCSF School of Medicine|
|Address||550 16th Street, 5th Floor|
San Francisco CA 94158
|University of Rochester||M.D.||School of Medicine||1998|
|Medical College of Virginia||Pediatric Residency||Pediatrics||2001|
|Harvard School of Public Health||MPH||Public Health||2004|
|Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School||Pediatric Pulmonary Fellowship||Pediatrics||2004|
|Brigham & Women's Hospital and Harvard School of Medicine||Respiratory and Environmental Epidemiology||Channing Laboratory||2006|
|UCSF||2014||Faculty Mentorship Award, Fellows Leadership Advocacy Group (FLAG) |
My research has focused on the influences of heredity, as well as prenatal and infant environmental exposures ( including environmental, microbial, and nutritional influences) on immune responses and clinical symptoms of allergy and asthma. I have been actively involved and collaborated with investigators on 4 large prospective birth cohort studies and a cross-sectional study relating to environmental and immunological determinants of allergy and asthma.
Clinically, I oversee and direct care for a large number of asthmatic children in the Pediatric Pulmonary Asthma Program at UCSF that I established in 2009. The Asthma Program consists of an asthma care team that includes a nurse practitioner and respiratory therapist certified in asthma education to facilitate asthma education and management for children less than 18 years of age.
My other clinical interests include bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD), congenital lung abnormalities, interstitial lung diseases, chronic respiratory failure/insufficiency and neuromuscular respiratory diseases, including assistive therapies such as oxygen, mechanical ventilation, airway clearance devices, or an artificial airway.
Asthma, Chronic Lung Diseases, Cast Bronchitis, BPD, Respiratory infections, Digital Health
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