Lindsay Ryan, MD

Title(s)Associate Physician, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address1001 Potrero Avenue, #4307
San Francisco CA
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    Brown UniversityBA2006Development Studies
    Harvard Medical SchoolMD2012
    UCSF Internal Medicine Residency2015
    San Francisco General Hospital HIV Fellowship2018
    Bennington Writing SeminarsMFA2021
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    Harvard Medical School2008Henry Beecher Prize for Medical Ethics
    San Francisco General Hospital2013Julius Krevans Award for excellence in patient care
    UCSF2015Award Winner - Quality and Safety Innovation Challenge

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    Lindsay Ryan studied at Harvard Medical School and trained at UCSF in internal medicine with a primary care focus, then did an HIV fellowship at San Francisco General Hospital. She has worked extensively overseas as well, including public health work in Mali, health research in Rwanda, and clinical work in South Africa, where she lived for several years. She currently cares for patients at the Oakland VA HIV clinic, SFVA emergency room, and San Francisco General Hospital.

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    1. Many Patients Don’t Survive End-Stage Poverty. The New York Times. 2024. Lindsay Ryan. . View Publication.
    2. How Do I Make Sense of My Mother’s Decision to Die?. The Atlantic. 2023. Lindsay Ryan. . View Publication.
    3. Long-Haulers Are Trying to Define Themselves. The Atlantic. 2023. Lindsay Ryan. . View Publication.
    4. I Can’t Wait Out the Pandemic Any Longer. The Atlantic. 2022. Lindsay Ryan. . View Publication.
    5. Omicron is Temporarily Shutting Down My Life. But This Time, I Have a Reason for Hope. (article on Omicron variant and immunocompromised patients). Slate. 2021. Lindsay Ryan. . View Publication.
    6. There Might Finally Be a COVID Solution for Immunocompromised People Like Me. Slate. 2021. Lindsay Ryan. . View Publication.
    7. Patients Are Not Suspects. Slate. 2021. Lindsay Ryan. . View Publication.
    8. Discordant Virus-Specific Antibody Levels, Antibody Neutralization Capacity, and T-cell Responses Following 3 Doses of SARS-CoV-2 Vaccination in a Patient With Connective Tissue Disease. Open Forum Infect Dis. 2021 Aug; 8(8):ofab393. Peluso MJ, Munter SE, Lynch KL, Yun C, Torres L, Iyer NS, Donatelli J, Ryan L, Deitchman AN, Deeks SG, Rutishauser RL, Henrich TJ. PMID: 34395717; PMCID: PMC8344490.
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    9. Vaccinated but Not Protected-Living Immunocompromised During the Pandemic. JAMA. 2021 Jun 22; 325(24):2443-2444. Ryan L. PMID: 34096966.
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