Sam Pejham, MD

Title(s)Associate Clinical Professor, Pediatrics
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    UCSF2012T1 Translational Catalyst Consultation
    UCSF RAP grant2011Mobile Health Translational Consultation
    UCSF2011SF CRN Award From CTSI

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    Sam Pejham, M.D., FAAP, Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at UCSF, is the Director of Tri-Valley Pediatrics and Chief of Department of Pediatrics at ValleyCare medical center in Pleasanton, CA. He is also the co-founder of AsthmaMD, the number one used asthma mobile application. Dr. Pejham trained in pediatrics at the New York Medical College, in Valhalla, NY. Dr. Pejham's work has focused on general pediatric care, allergy treatment , sublingual allergy drop usage, asthma management, use of technology in asthma control and primary prevention of asthma.

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    1. Congenital tuberculosis with facial nerve palsy. Pediatr Infect Dis J. 2002 Nov; 21(11):1085-6. Pejham S, Altman R, Li KI, Munoz JL. PMID: 12458576.
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