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    Sirisha Narayana, MD

    TitleAssistant Professor
    SchoolUCSF School of Medicine
    DepartmentMedicine
    Address533 Parnassus Avenue
    San Francisco CA 94117
    Phone415-476-7471
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      Stanford UniversityB.S.Biological Sciences2005
      Northwestern University, Feinberg School of MedicineM.D.2010
      University of WashingtonInternshipMedicine2011
      University of WashingtonResidencyMedicine2013
      University of Washington, VA Puget SoundChief Resident/Clinician Teacher FellowMedicine2014
      Collapse Awards and Honors
      UCSF Academy of Medical Educators2016Excellence in Teaching Award
      UCSF School of Medicine2016Excellence in Clinical Teaching Award
      American College of Physicians2014Herbert S. Waxman Clinical Scholar
      University of Washington, School of Medicine2012Resident Excellence in Teaching Award
      American College of Physicians2008Medical Student Poster Competition Winner
      Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine2007Hoyt Scholarship recipient

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      CLINICAL ACTIVITIES:
      Sirisha Narayana cares for patients on the general medicine and ICU teaching service, Goldman Hospital Medicine service, neurosurgery co-management service, and medicine consult service at Moffitt-Long and Mission Bay hospitals. She serves on the UCSF Ethics Committee and is active in physician engagement and well-being efforts.

      RESEARCH INTERESTS:
      Sirisha studies the effects of longitudinal patient follow-up and informed self-assessment on physician medical decision-making. She also studies the educational impact and value of a novel integrated clinical skills curricula incorporating hypothesis-driven physical examination.

      EDUCATIONAL PURSUITS:
      Sirisha is the faculty lead for the Integrated Clinical Skills curriculum within the Clinical Microsystem Clerkship for first year medical students. In this course, students learn and practice history-taking and hypothesis-driven physical exam, while applying clinical reasoning principles, through case-based Standardized Patient modules. Sirisha also leads efforts to facilitate longitudinal patient follow-up and clinical performance feedback for internal medicine residents and hospital medicine faculty. Apart from supervising and teaching students and residents clinically on the wards, Sirisha teaches physical exam to MS3s during their medicine rotation and bedside teaching to medicine residents on their teaching elective. She is a residency RAD advisor and an MS4 confidential career advisor.

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      Medical decision-making and clinical reasoning; medical ethics; end-of-life care; medical education and curriculum development; bedside physical exam.

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      1. Narayana S, McGee S. Bedside Diagnosis of the 'Red Eye': A Systematic Review. Am J Med. 2015 Nov; 128(11):1220-1224.e1. PMID: 26169885.
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      2. Narayana S, Wong CJ. Office-based screening of common psychiatric conditions. Psychiatr Clin North Am. 2015 Mar; 38(1):1-22. PMID: 25725566.
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      3. Narayana S, Wong CJ. Office-based screening of common psychiatric conditions. Med Clin North Am. 2014 Sep; 98(5):959-80. PMID: 25134868.
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      4. Ho PP, Kanter JL, Johnson AM, Srinagesh HK, Chang EJ, Purdy TM, van Haren K, Wikoff WR, Kind T, Khademi M, Matloff LY, Narayana S, Hur EM, Lindstrom TM, He Z, Fiehn O, Olsson T, Han X, Han MH, Steinman L, Robinson WH. Identification of naturally occurring fatty acids of the myelin sheath that resolve neuroinflammation. Sci Transl Med. 2012 Jun 6; 4(137):137ra73. PMID: 22674551; PMCID: PMC3953135.
      5. Kanter JL, Narayana S, Ho PP, Catz I, Warren KG, Sobel RA, Steinman L, Robinson WH. Lipid microarrays identify key mediators of autoimmune brain inflammation. Nat Med. 2006 Jan; 12(1):138-43. PMID: 16341241.
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