Allison Webber, M.D. joined UCSF Department of Medicine- Nephrology in 2009 after completing her training at the New York Presbyterian Hospital- Weill Cornell Medical Center in General and Transplant Nephrology. She has had various leadership positions, including her role as the post-kidney transplant clinic director from 2010-2018.
Dr. Webber runs a monthly kidney transplant conference with the general and transplant nephrology fellows where transplant-related concepts including: immunosuppressive drugs, rejection, transplant histopathology, immunology, and infectious complications are reviewed.
Her research interests include immune monitoring and antibody mediated rejection in kidney transplantation, and she is a co-principal investigator or co-investigator on several industry and government sponsored studies in these areas.
Recently she has taken an interest in developing a program for kidney transplantation for patients with end stage renal disease from multiple myeloma. Partnering with her oncology colleagues, she has developed a protocol for transplantation specifically for this patient population.