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Richard Quan, MD

Title(s)Professor, Pediatrics
SchoolSchool of Medicine
Address155 N Fresno St
Fresno CA 93701
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    Richard Quan, M.D.
    Clinical Professor, UCSF

    Richard Quan, M.D. is board certified in Pediatrics and Pediatric Gastroenterology.

    He earned his medical degree from the University of South Alabama, College of Medicine. He completed his Pediatric Residency at the University of Alabama-Birmingham. He trained at Stanford University in Pediatric Gastroenterology/Nutrition and did a postdoctoral fellowship conducting research in Gastroenterology.

    He has held academic positions at the University of Texas, Southwestern, the University of Nevada, the University of California-Davis, the Medical University of South Carolina, and the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He was a medical officer at the Food and Drug Administration in the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, assisting in the regulation of infant formula and other products. He has many years of clinical experience in private practice and he seeks to pass his knowledge and experience to the next generation of pediatricians.

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    1. Intestinal lactase in the neonatal rat. Maturational changes in intracellular processing and brush-border degradation. J Biol Chem. 1990 Sep 15; 265(26):15889-93. Castillo RO, Reisenauer AM, Kwong LK, Tsuboi KK, Quan R, Gray GM. PMID: 2118533.
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    2. Complications of intravenous fat in preterm infants. J Perinatal 4:43, 1984. Quan R, Kerner JA .
    3. Growth hormone releasing factor immunoreactivity in human endocrine tumors. Am J Pathol117:167 170, 1984. Bostwick DG, Quan R, Hoffman AR, Webber RJ, Chang K, Bensch KG.
    4. Effects of a commercial starch blocker preparation on carbohydrate digestion and absorption; in vivo and in vitro studies. Am J Clin Nutr 38:498 503, 1988. Hollenbeck CB, Coulston AM, Quan R, Becker TR, Vreman HJ, Stevenson DK, Reaven GM.
    5. Nutrient regulation of intestinal surface membrane hydrolases. In Nutrition and the Origins of Disease; ed Halstead CH, Rusker RB. Academic Press, 1988. Gray GM, Reisenauer AM, Quan R..
    6. Severe pseudomembranous enterocolitis in a child: case report and literature review. Pediatr Infect Dis J 8:876 882, 1989. Zwiener J, Belknap W, Quan R..
    7. Intestinal lactase. Shift in intracellular processing to altered, inactive species in the adult rat. J Bioi Chern. 265:15882 15888, 1990. Quan R, Gray G.
    8. Effect of dietary nucleotides on growth and the maturation of the developing gut in the rat. J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 10:497 503, 1990. Uauy R, Stringel G, Thomas R, Quan R..
    9. Do infants need nucleotide supplemented formula for optimal nutrition? JPediatr Gastroenterol Nutr. 11:429 37, 1990. Quan R, Barness LA, and Uauy R.
    10. Differences in lactase molecular species between adult & infant rats. Ped. Res. 27:114A, 1990. Quan R..
    11. Bowel Failure. In Essentials of Pediatric Intensive Care; ed Toro FigueroaLO, Levin DL, Morriss FC. Quality Medical Publishing, St. Louis, 1990. Quan R..
    12. Nucleotides & gastrointestinal development. In Seminars in Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition. 2:3 6, 1991. Quan R, Uauy R.
    13. Effects of microwave radiation on anti-infective factors in human milk. Pediatrics. 89(4):667 669, 1992. Quan R, Yang C.
    14. Dietary Nucleotides: Potential for Immune Enhancement. Dynamic Nutrition Research, In Foods, Nutrition and Immunity; eds Paubert Braquet M, Dupont CH, Paoletti R. Vol1:13 21, 1992. Quan R..
    15. Sucrase a dextrinase in the rat: postinsertional conversion to inactive molecular species by a carbohydrate free diet. J of Clin lnvest.91:2785 2790, 1993. Quan R, Gray G.
    16. The effect of nutritional additives on anti-infective factors in human milk. Clin. Pediatr 1994 Jun;33(6) 325 8. Quan R, Yang C.
    17. Role of dietary nucleotides to intestinal development and repair: Implication for infant nutrition. J Nutr 1994 Aug; 124(8Suppi):1436S 1441S. Quan R and Uauy R..
    18. Breast milk, anti-infective factors, additives and intestinal permeability, Clinical Pearl News. 1994. Quan R..
    19. Growth of children following othotopic liver transplant: 7-year experience. ASPEN, January, 1994. Quan R, Benser M.
    20. Mitochondrial DNA deletions associated with a novel, isoform of human manganese superoxide dismutase. Journal of Investigative Medicine 48(2): 212A 167 Mar, 2000. Anziano P, Quan R, Mize C.
    21. Expression of an isoform of manganese superoxide dismutase in a child with multiple deletions of the human mitochondrial DNA Pediatric Research 47 (4) 238A 1401 Part 2 Suppl. S, Apr, 2000. Anziano P, Quan R, Mize C.
    22. Safety and Efficacy of Endoscopic Management of Intestinal Strictures in Pediatric Crohn's Disease, J Pediatr Gastroenterol Nutr:Nov 2006; 43, S49-S50. Quiros JA, Quan R, Malloy F, Tennyson L, Picornell Y, Dubinsky M, Prindville T.
    23. Incidence and Impact of 6-Mercaptopurine "High Methylators" in Pediatric IBD Clinical Practice Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition: November 2006- Volume 43- Issue- p S50. Quiros JA, Gehrich M, Quan R, Marcin J, Malloy F, Tennyson L, Nieves R, Prindiville T.
    24. Utility of oligonucleotide array-based comparative genomic hybridization for detection of target gene deletions. Clin Chern. 2008 Jui;S4(7):1141-8. Epub 2008 May 16. Wong U, Dimmock D, Geraghty MT, Quan R, Lichter-Konecki U, Wang J, Brundage EK, Scaglia F, Chinault AC.
    25. Characteristics of pediatric patients with Crohn’s Disease presenting with chronic constipation: A Case Series. 2009 Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation. Tennyson L, Quiros J, Quan R..
    26. An inborn error of bile salt transport with features mimicking abusive head trauma. Child Abuse Negl. 2010; 34 (7): 472-476. Hendrickson DJ, Knisely AS, Coulter K, Telander DG, Quan R, Ruebner BH, Leigh MJ.
    27. Endoscopic Ultrasound in Children: Applications and Pitfalls. the UC Davis Experience. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy., Vol: 71, Issue: 5, 2010. Quiros JA, Haight M, Quan R..
    28. Characterizing Nighttime Acid Reflux in Children. Ann Pediatr Child Health 3(2):1037. Koral A, Quan R, Marcin JP, Haight M, Quiros JA .