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    Priyanka Agarwal, MD

    TitleAssistant Professor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    Address533 Parnassus Avenue
    San Francisco CA 94117
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      Priyanka Agarwal, MD, MBA is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine in the Division of Hospital Medicine at the University of California, at San Francisco (UCSF). She also works at UCSF's Center for Digital Health Innovation, where she woks on strategy and partnerships for the Center, and for UCSF's Telehealth Resource Center where she is the Clinical Lead for Telehealth. She completed medical school at Harvard University, her internship in internal medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and her residency in internal medicine at UCSF.

      Priyanka's interests are in the use of digital technology to improve health and healthcare. She believes strongly in empowering individuals to better manage their health, and is excited about the power of technology to facilitate these efforts and to more broadly transform healthcare.

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      1. Agarwal P, Ruzinova MB, Harris MH, Qureshi AA, Stebbins WG. Extranodal natural killer cell/t-cell lymphoma, nasal type, presenting as cutaneous nodules and a small-bowel perforation. Am J Dermatopathol. 2010 Feb; 32(1):83-5. PMID: 19940752.
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      2. Traynor J, Agarwal P, Lazzeroni L, Francke U. Gene expression patterns vary in clonal cell cultures from Rett syndrome females with eight different MECP2 mutations. BMC Med Genet. 2002 Nov 5; 3:12. PMID: 12418965; PMCID: PMC137585.
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