Alice Huang, MD

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Pediatrics
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address550 16th Street
San Francisco CA 94158
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    Clarkson University, Schenectady, New YorkMBA2012Healthcare Business Administration
    Albany Medical College, Albany, New YorkMD2015
    Stanford's Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, Palo Alto, California2018Pediatric Gastroenterology Fellowship
    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania2022Motility/Neurogastroenterology Advanced Fellowship
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    NASPGHAN Foundation2020  - 2022NASPGHAN Foundation Innovations in Clinical Care Grant
    Stanford2021  - 2023Auxiliaries Endowment
    Stanford University School of Medicine2019  - 2021Maternal and Child Health Research Institute

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    Alice C. Huang received her medical degree from Albany Medical College and completed her pediatric residency training at Nicklaus Children's Hospital in Miami, Florida. She attained her pediatric gastroenterology fellowship training at Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children's Hospital in Palo Alto, California. She did additional advanced fellowship training in neurogastroenterology/motility at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Alice Huang also graduated from business school with a Masters in Business Administration from Clarkson University, with a major in Healthcare Business Administration.

    Her research focus is in the unique application of revolutionary technologies, like virtual reality, to enhance the education, monitoring and treatment of common pediatric gastroenterology conditions. She had won the N.A.S.P.G.H.A.N. Innovations in Clinical Care grant for her research in a virtual reality-based diaphragmatic breathing module that she created to augment the treatment of pediatric functional constipation and encopresis. Her other passions also include the creative utilization of media, like authoring a children's book dedicated to children with short-gut syndrome, to increase the representation of diverse pediatric gastroenterology conditions and improve the quality of life for her patients.

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    1. Outcomes after liver transplantation in MPV17 deficiency: A rebuttal. Pediatr Transplant. 2023 05; 27(3):e14472. Huang AC, Ebel NH, Romero D, Enns GM, Esquivel CO, Bonham C. PMID: 36872458.
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    2. Outcomes after liver transplantation in MPV17 deficiency (Navajo neurohepatopathy): A single-center case series. Pediatr Transplant. 2022 08; 26(5):e14274. Huang AC, Ebel NH, Romero D, Martin B, Jhun I, Brown M, Enns GM, Esquivel C, Bonham C. PMID: 35466509.
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    3. Acute Liver Failure in Neonatal Lupus Erythematosus: Novel Treatment With Exchange Transfusion, Intravenous Immunoglobulin, and Steroids. JPGN Rep. 2021 May; 2(2):e057. Nguyen EL, Huang AC, Khalsa UK, Saarela K, Sandborg C, Ebel NH. PMID: 37207059; PMCID: PMC10191595.
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    4. Sustained Virologic Remission in an 8-Month-old Pediatric Patient With Carbamoyl Phosphate Synthetase I Deficiency and Hepatitis C Infection Using Direct-acting Antivirals Prior to Liver Transplant. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2021 03 01; 72(3):e79-e80. Huang AC, Beadles A, Romero D, Berquist W, Bensen R, Kwo P, Mckenzie RB. PMID: 32732637.
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    5. An Unusual Case of Thiamine Deficiency in a Total Parenteral Nutrition-Dependent Child Secondary to Munchausen by Proxy. JPGN Rep. 2021 Feb; 2(1):e044. Huang AC, Herdes RE, Yamin G, Kerner J. PMID: 37206950; PMCID: PMC10191465.
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    6. Advances in Medicine and Biology. Thiamine Deficiency as a Cause of Pediatric Lactic Acidosis. 2021; 184. 1.Huang, A., Herdes, R. E., & Kerner, J.
    7. Getting the OK to Import Zero K MVI: Maintaining TTR in an Infant with SBS. Dig Dis Sci. 2020 12; 65(12):3486-3492. Huang A, Lee K, Chan M, Mak K, Nishioka F, Gilbaugh A, Laguit K, Nespor C, Almond C, Kerner J. PMID: 32440747.
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    8. A Novel Case of Carcinoid Tumor in a Pediatric Patient With Short Bowel Syndrome Secondary to Gastroschisis. JPGN Rep. 2020 Nov; 1(2):e023. Huang AC, Montiel-Esparza R, Scott G, Martin B, Bruzoni M, Kadapakkam M, Namjoshi SS. PMID: 37206611; PMCID: PMC10191495.
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    9. A Rare Phenotype of Alpha-1-Antitrypsin Deficiency Owing to PI*IS in a Newborn With Liver Disease. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 2017 11; 65(5):e112-e113. Huang AC, Perez C, Felipez L, Chamyan G, Finegold MJ, Hernandez E. PMID: 28837509.
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    10. Factors Affecting Burn Contracture Outcome in Developing Countries: A Review of 2506 Patients. Ann Plast Surg. 2016 Sep; 77(3):290-6. Garcia LP, Huang A, Corlew DS, Aeron K, Aeron Y, Rai SM, Jovic G, Agag RL. PMID: 27487967.
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    11. The influence of positive end-expiratory pressure on surgical field conditions during functional endoscopic sinus surgery. Anesth Analg. 2015 Feb; 120(2):305-10. DeMaria S, Govindaraj S, Huang A, Hyman J, McCormick P, Lin HM, Levine A. PMID: 25427289.
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