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Cameron Sepah, PhD

Title(s)Assistant Clinical Professor, Psychiatry
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    Title(s)UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences

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    Harvard CollegeB.A.Psychology (Neuroscience)
    UCLAPh.D.Clinical Psychology
    UCSD/San Diego VAInternship/ResidencyBehavioral Medicine
    Hines VAFellowshipIntegrated Care and Behavioral Medicine
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    Omada Health2016  - 2016Collaborator of the Year
    UCSF Psychiatry2014  - 2015Excellence in Teaching
    NIH (NIDDK)2013  - 2014SBIR Phase I Research Grant ($200K)
    TEDMED2013  - 2013Innovation Scholar
    NSF2007  - 2010Graduate Research Fellowship ($121.5K)
    UCLA2006  - 2010GSRM/Cota-Robles/Recruitment Awards ($59.2K)
    Rhodes Trust2005  - 2005Rhodes Scholarship Finalist
    Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission2005  - 2005Marshall Scholarship Finalist
    Harvard University2005  - 2005Herschel Smith Summer Research Fellowswhip ($7.5K)
    Toyota2002  - 2002National Community Scholar ($20K)
    Stanford University2002  - 2002Quest Scholar

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    Dr. Cameron Sepah is an Assistant Clinical Professor in UCSF Medical School's Department of Psychiatry, where he was awarded the "Excellence in Teaching" award for training Psychiatry residents in evidence-based therapies (CBT & ACT). Dr. Sepah is also a senior executive in the health care technology industry, as a founding team member of Actualize and Omada Health, and serves as executive coach to CEOs and VCs in Silicon Valley.

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    1. Sepah SC, Jiang L, Ellis RJ, McDermott K, Peters AL. Engagement and outcomes in a digital Diabetes Prevention Program: 3-year update. BMJ Open Diabetes Res Care. 2017; 5(1):e000422. PMID: 28948027.
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    2. Sepah SC, Jiang L, Ellis RJ, McDermott K, Peters A.Engagement and outcomes in a digital Diabetes Prevention Program: 3-year update. BMJ Open Diabetes Research and Care. 2017; 5(1):e000422.
    3. Sepah SC, Jiang L, Peters AL. Long-term outcomes of a Web-based diabetes prevention program: 2-year results of a single-arm longitudinal study. J Med Internet Res. 2015 Apr 10; 17(4):e92. PMID: 25863515.
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    4. Sepah SC, Jiang L, Peters AL. Translating the Diabetes Prevention Program into an Online Social Network: Validation against CDC Standards. Diabetes Educ. 2014 07; 40(4):435-443. PMID: 24723130.
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    5. Thomas KS, Bower J, Hoyt MA, Sepah S. Disrupted sleep in breast and prostate cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy: the role of coping processes. Psychooncology. 2010 Jul; 19(7):767-76. PMID: 19885853.
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    6. Bower JE, Ganz PA, Tao ML, Hu W, Belin TR, Sepah S, Cole S, Aziz N. Inflammatory biomarkers and fatigue during radiation therapy for breast and prostate cancer. Clin Cancer Res. 2009 Sep 01; 15(17):5534-40. PMID: 19706826.
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    7. Sepah SC, Bower JE. Positive affect and inflammation during radiation treatment for breast and prostate cancer. Brain Behav Immun. 2009 Nov; 23(8):1068-72. PMID: 19559785.
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