Molly Anderson, MD

Title(s)Assistant Professor, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    New York University School of Medicine, New York, NYM.D.05/2014Concentration in Global Health
    University of Washington Medical Center, Seattle, WAInternship and Residency06/2017Internal Medicine, Global Health Pathway
    University of California, San Francisco, CA2018Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion Training

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    Dr Molly Anderson is a faculty member in the University of California San Francisco Department of General Internal Medicine and works in the Division of Hospital Medicine at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. She provides clinical care on the Faculty Inpatient Service and works as an attending for the Residency teaching service. She also works as a consultant for Social Medicine in the ZSFG Emergency Department. She works with pre-clinical medical students as a small group facilitator and as a preceptor in the SF Free Clinic. She has a special interest in patients requiring complex coordination of care and improving the care experience for clinicians. She also has experience working in Global Health as a scholar at University of Washington Medical Center and is still completing work to analyze the connection between depressive symptoms and increased HIV transmission potential in a high-risk population in Kenya. She is also a trained instructor in how to provide point-of-care ultrasound.

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    Role: Team Lead
    Role Description: Working with UCSF Design & Discovery to create a web-based platform connecting patients and providers to community resources for socially complex patients. Involves algorithms to help navigate complex coordination and links to informational documents and videos, currently under development.
    Mombasa Lifecourse Study

    Role: Research Associate
    Role Description: Worked as a research associate in Mombasa and Nairobi, Kenya, to develop an analysis of the connection between depressive symptoms and HIV transmission potential for female sex workers. Currently editing the submission titled: 'Examining the effect of depressive symptoms on frequency of unprotected sex and HIV viral load among HIV-positive female sex workers on antiretroviral therapy in Mombasa, Kenya'.

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    1. Rosenthal DG, Anderson ME, Petek BJ, Arnett DM, Bravo PE, Raghu G, Goldberger ZD, Patton KK, Cheng RK. Invasive Hemodynamics and Rejection Rates in Patients With Cardiac Sarcoidosis After Heart Transplantation. Can J Cardiol. 2018 08; 34(8):978-982. PMID: 30049365.
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    2. Anderson ME, DeNiro KL, Harte BJ, Sedighi Manesh R. The missing element. J Hosp Med. 2016 12; 11(12):879-882. PMID: 27539653.
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    3. Watkins DA, Tulloch NL, Anderson ME, Barnhart S, Steyn K, Levitt NS. Delivery of health care for cardiovascular and metabolic diseases among people living with HIV/AIDS in African countries: a systematic review protocol. Syst Rev. 2016 Apr 16; 5:63. PMID: 27084509.
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    4. Sivapalasingam S, McClelland RS, Ravel J, Ahmed A, Cleland CM, Gajer P, Mwamzaka M, Marshed F, Shafi J, Masese L, Fajans M, Anderson ME, Jaoko W, Kurth AE. An effective intervention to reduce intravaginal practices among HIV-1 uninfected Kenyan women. AIDS Res Hum Retroviruses. 2014 Nov; 30(11):1046-54. PMID: 25265254.
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    5. Anderson ME.. New Cholesterol Guidelines: How Safe Are High-Potency Statins?. Clinical Correlations. 2014.
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