Sarah Leyde, MD

Title(s)Clinical Fellow, Medicine
SchoolSchool of Medicine
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    University of California San Francisco, San Francisco, CAInternal Medicine Residency2019UC Primary Care Residency, Health Equities Academics and Advocacy Training Track
    University of Washington , Seattle, WAMD2016Underserved Pathway
    University of Washington, Seattle, WABS2010Biology

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    I am a third year resident physician. I practice primary care at UCSF's General Internal Medicine Clinic at Post Street. I also practice inpatient medicine at UCSF, ZSFG, and the San Francisco VA Medical Center.

    I seek to provide high quality, compassionate care to patients. Addiction medicine is a special interest of mine, and I enjoy working collaboratively with patients in a nonjudgemental manner. I believe that getting to know my patients as people, beyond their health problems, is an important piece of providing excellent medical care.

    Working with medical students and residents on the wards is one of my favorite things about my job. I seek to create a supportive learning environment where all students can reach their full potential.

    In my free time I enjoy yoga, hiking, and tap dance.

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    1. Mansfield BE, Oltean HN, Oliver BG, Hoot SJ, Leyde SE, Hedstrom L, White TC. Azole drugs are imported by facilitated diffusion in Candida albicans and other pathogenic fungi. PLoS Pathog. 2010 Sep 30; 6(9):e1001126. PMID: 20941354; PMCID: PMC2947996.
    2. Marie C, Leyde S, White TC. Cytoplasmic localization of sterol transcription factors Upc2p and Ecm22p in S. cerevisiae. Fungal Genet Biol. 2008 Oct; 45(10):1430-8. PMID: 18675371.
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    3. Oliver BG, Silver PM, Marie C, Hoot SJ, Leyde SE, White TC. Tetracycline alters drug susceptibility in Candida albicans and other pathogenic fungi. Microbiology. 2008 Mar; 154(Pt 3):960-70. PMID: 18310042; PMCID: PMC2615396.