Dr. Carolyn Calfee cares for patients in the intensive care units at UCSF Medical Center. She is also a member of UCSF's Center for Tobacco Control Research and Education and an associate member of the UCSF Cancer Center.
Calfee's primary research focus is the prevention, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of acute lung injury (ALI) and acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS). Her current research projects include the role of biomarkers in investigating ALI/ARDS pathogenesis, early diagnosis, treatment and prognosis; the role of cigarette smoke exposure in susceptibility to lung injury; and novel treatments for acute lung injury.
Calfee received her undergraduate degree from Yale University and her medical degree from the University of Pennsylvannia School of Medicine. She came to UCSF for residency in internal medicine, and stayed to complete her chief residency and pulmonary/critical care medicine fellowship. She also completed a master's degree in clinical research at UCSF in 2009. After research training with Dr Michael Matthay and Dr. Mark Eisnere, she joined the UCSF faculty in 2007. She is an associate professor in residence of medicine and anesthesia.
University of Pensylvannia School of Medicine 1999
UCSF Medical Center, Internal Medicine 2002
UCSF Medical Center, Pulmonary Medicine 2007
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