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Michael Dae, MD

Title(s)Professor Emeritus, Radiology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address185 Berry Street Bldg B
San Francisco CA 94158
Phone415-353-9473
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    University of California, San FranciscoClinical Fellowship Radiology
    University of California, San Francisco Residency School of Medicine
    Duke UniversityM.D.1976School of Medicine
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    American College of Cardiology2003Fellow Award
    Best Doctors in America2003Cardiovascular Diseases, Nuclear Medicine
    NIH1988  - 1993First Award
    niversity of California, San Francisco1988Pre-Tenure Award
    University of California, San Francisco1987Academic Senate Faculty Development Award
    PHS1978Research Training Grant

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    Michael Dae, MD, is Professor Emeritus Residence in Nuclear Medicine Section at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Dae obtained his medical degree in Medicine from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina in 1976, and completed his residency in Pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts in 1978, followed by a fellowship in Pediatric Cardiology and Nuclear Cardiology from UCSF. Currently, he leads an initiative to increase clinical utilization of cardiac positron emission tomographic imaging (PET) for patients to provide better diagnostic imaging with less radiation exposure, and greater patient experience.

    As a research focus, Dr. Dae and his colleagues have developed extensive experience with radionuclide assessment of myocardial sympathetic innervation. They evaluate the ability of MIBG to map sympathetic innervation in various experimental models of cardiac disease, and have characterized the physiologic and electro physiologic consequences of abdominal uptake and distribution of the tracer. Also, Dr. Dae and his colleagues have extensive experience in the pre-clinical and clinical assessment of new medical devices in cardiovascular medicine, ranging from assessment of prototypes to the completion of GLP studies for FDA submissions.

    Dr. Dae has published and written 93 articles, 27 book chapters, and 6 significant publications. He is responsible for conceiving studies, assisting with trail designs, supervising performances, and designing imaging aspects of the experiments.

    Expertise:
    Nuclear Medicine

    Specialty:
    Nuclear cardiology

    Professional Interests:
    Development of a noninvasive approach to treat acute and chronic kidney disease

    Education and Training:
    • Medical School: Duke University, Durham, North Carolina - Medicine
    • Internship: Children’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts - Pediatrics
    • Residency: Children’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts - Pediatrics
    • Residency: University of California, San Francisco - Nuclear Medicine, Chief Resident
    • Fellowship: University of California, San Francisco - Pediatric Cardiology
    • Fellowship: University of California, San Francisco - Nuclear Cardiology
    • Master of Business Administration: University of San Francisco - Business
    • Diplomate, National Board of Medical Examiners
    • California License
    • American Board of Pediatrics
    • American Board of Nuclear Medicine
    • Certified - Advanced Cardiac Life Support
    • Certified - Basic Life Support
    • Level 2 Certification for Competency in Cardiac CT
    • Certificate of Proficiency - PET/CT - American College of Radiology
    • Certified - Advanced Cardiac Life Support

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    NERVE AND REPOLARIZATION IMAGING IN SUDDEN CARDIAC DEATH
    NIH/NHLBI R01HL064961Jun 1, 2000 - May 31, 2005
    Role: Principal Investigator
    RADIONUCLIDE IMAGING USING I 125 MIBG IN NEWBORN HEARTS
    NIH/NHLBI R01HL055234Mar 1, 1996 - Feb 29, 2000
    Role: Principal Investigator
    NONINVASIVE ASSESSMENT OF CARDIAC ADRENERGIC INNERVATION
    NIH/NHLBI R29HL038105Apr 1, 1988 - Mar 31, 1994
    Role: Principal Investigator
    MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA
    NIH P01HL025847Jun 1, 1980 - Dec 31, 1999
    Role: Co-Investigator

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    1. Cooling as an Adjunctive Therapy to Percutaneous Intervention in Acute Myocardial Infarction: COOL-MI InCor Trial. Ther Hypothermia Temp Manag. 2020 Jun 17. Dallan LAP, Giannetti NS, Rochitte CE, Polastri TF, Bernoche San Martin CY, Hajjar LA, Nicolau JC, Oliveira MT, Dae M, Ribeiro da Silva EE, Kalil Filho R, Lemos Neto PA, Timerman S. PMID: 32552523.
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    2. Studies Targeting Stroke and Acute Myocardial Infarction. Ther Hypothermia Temp Manag. 2019 03; 9(1):8-12. Kurz MC, Lyden P, Dae M, Noc M. PMID: 30614768.
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    3. Effects of endovascular cooling on infarct size in ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction: A patient-level pooled analysis from randomized trials. J Interv Cardiol. 2018 Jun; 31(3):269-276. Dae M, O'Neill W, Grines C, Dixon S, Erlinge D, Noc M, Holzer M, Dee A. PMID: 29243292.
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    4. Automatic TAC extraction from dynamic cardiac PET imaging using iterative correlation from a population template. Comput Methods Programs Biomed. 2013 Aug; 111(2):308-14. Mateos-Pérez JM, Desco M, Dae MW, García-Villalba C, Cussó L, Vaquero JJ. PMID: 23693137.
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    5. Approach to assessing myocardial perfusion in rats using static [13N]-ammonia images and a small-animal PET. Mol Imaging Biol. 2012 Oct; 14(5):541-5. Vaquero JJ, Gao DW, García-Villaba C, Bacharach S, Vanbrocklin H, Fang Q, Desco M, Lee R, Dae M. PMID: 22278106.
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    6. Combining dynamic and ECG-gated 8²Rb-PET for practical implementation in the clinic. Nucl Med Commun. 2012 Jan; 33(1):4-13. Sayre GA, Bacharach SL, Dae MW, Seo Y. PMID: 21934541.
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    7. Targeted in vivo extracellular matrix formation promotes neovascularization in a rodent model of myocardial infarction. PLoS One. 2010 Apr 28; 5(4):e10384. Mihardja SS, Gao D, Sievers RE, Fang Q, Feng J, Wang J, Vanbrocklin HF, Larrick JW, Huang M, Dae M, Lee RJ. PMID: 20442783.
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    8. Percutaneous implantation of an intraventricular device for the treatment of heart failure: experimental results and proof of concept. J Card Fail. 2009 Nov; 15(9):790-7. Nikolic SD, Khairkhahan A, Ryu M, Champsaur G, Breznock E, Dae M. PMID: 19879466.
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    9. Localization of ventricular tachycardia exit site and subsequent contraction sequence and functional effects with bedside radionuclide angiography. JACC Cardiovasc Imaging. 2008 Sep; 1(5):605-13. Botvinick E, Davis J, Dae M, O'Connell J, Schechtmann N, Abbott J, Morady F, Lanzer P, Iskikian J, Scheinman M. PMID: 19356489.
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    10. Pediatric nuclear cardiology. Semin Nucl Med. 2007 Sep; 37(5):382-90. Dae MW. PMID: 17707243.
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    11. Rodent brain imaging with SPECT/CT. Med Phys. 2007 Apr; 34(4):1217-20. Seo Y, Gao DW, Hasegawa BH, Dae MW, Franc BL. PMID: 17500453.
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    12. Prospective analysis of prevalence, distribution, and rate of recovery of left ventricular systolic dysfunction in patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage. J Neurosurg. 2006 Jul; 105(1):15-20. Banki N, Kopelnik A, Tung P, Lawton MT, Gress D, Drew B, Dae M, Foster E, Parmley W, Zaroff J. PMID: 16871878.
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    13. Left ventricular apex occluder. Description of a Ventricular Partitioning Device. EuroIntervention. 2006 May; 2(1):125-7. Sharkey H, Nikolic S, Khairkhahan A, Dae M. PMID: 19755248.
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    14. Acute neurocardiogenic injury after subarachnoid hemorrhage. Circulation. 2005 Nov 22; 112(21):3314-9. Banki NM, Kopelnik A, Dae MW, Miss J, Tung P, Lawton MT, Drew BJ, Foster E, Smith W, Parmley WW, Zaroff JG. PMID: 16286583.
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    15. Age and aneurysm position predict patterns of left ventricular dysfunction after subarachnoid hemorrhage. J Am Soc Echocardiogr. 2005 Feb; 18(2):168-74. Khush K, Kopelnik A, Tung P, Banki N, Dae M, Lawton M, Smith W, Drew B, Foster E, Zaroff J. PMID: 15682055.
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    16. Combined effects of mild hypothermia and glycoprotein IIb/IIIa antagonists on platelet-platelet and leukocyte-platelet aggregation. Am J Cardiol. 2003 Nov 01; 92(9):1099-101. Frelinger AL, Furman MI, Barnard MR, Krueger LA, Dae MW, Michelson AD. PMID: 14583364.
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    17. Hypothermia during reperfusion limits 'no-reflow' injury in a rabbit model of acute myocardial infarction. Cardiovasc Res. 2003 Sep 01; 59(3):715-22. Hale SL, Dae MW, Kloner RA. PMID: 14499873.
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    18. Pinhole single-photon emission computed tomography for myocardial perfusion imaging of mice. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2003 Aug 06; 42(3):576-82. Wu MC, Gao DW, Sievers RE, Lee RJ, Hasegawa BH, Dae MW. PMID: 12906991.
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    19. Safety and efficacy of endovascular cooling and rewarming for induction and reversal of hypothermia in human-sized pigs. Stroke. 2003 Mar; 34(3):734-8. Dae MW, Gao DW, Ursell PC, Stillson CA, Sessler DI. PMID: 12624300.
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    20. Induction of mild systemic hypothermia with endovascular cooling during primary percutaneous coronary intervention for acute myocardial infarction. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2002 Dec 04; 40(11):1928-34. Dixon SR, Whitbourn RJ, Dae MW, Grube E, Sherman W, Schaer GL, Jenkins JS, Baim DS, Gibbons RJ, Kuntz RE, Popma JJ, Nguyen TT, O'Neill WW. PMID: 12475451.
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    21. Performance evaluation of a pinhole SPECT system for myocardial perfusion imaging of mice. Med Phys. 2002 Dec; 29(12):2830-9. Wu MC, Hasegawa BH, Dae MW. PMID: 12512717.
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    22. Effect of endovascular cooling on myocardial temperature, infarct size, and cardiac output in human-sized pigs. Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol. 2002 May; 282(5):H1584-91. Dae MW, Gao DW, Sessler DI, Chair K, Stillson CA. PMID: 11959619.
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    23. Effect of endomyocardial laser channels on regional innervation shown with (125)I-MIBG and autoradiography. J Nucl Med. 2002 Apr; 43(4):551-5. Johnson LL, Thambar S, Donahay T, Dae M, Williams DO. PMID: 11937601.
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