Allison Webber, MD

Nephrologist

Dr. Allison Webber is a kidney specialist in the Connie Frank Transplant Center at UCSF Medical Center and director of the Post-Kidney Transplant Clinic, where patients require complex care and thorough monitoring due to the immunosuppressive drugs they take to prevent organ rejection and because of potential complications from infection. Webber cares for patients before and after kidney and kidney-pancreas transplants.

Webber earned a medical degree at Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York. She completed an internal medicine residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital – Weill Cornell Medical Center, where she also completed fellowships in nephrology or kidney disease, and transplant nephrology. After completing her training, she joined UCSF in 2009. In her research, she is interested in immune monitoring in kidney transplantation, including biomarkers to monitor the immune system. She is certified in internal medicine and nephrology by the American Board of Internal Medicine. She is an associate professor of nephrology at UCSF.

Clinics

Connie Frank Transplant Center at UCSF
400 Parnassus Ave., Seventh Floor
San Francisco, CA 94143
Phone: (415) 353-1551
Pre-Kidney Fax: (415) 353-8708
Post-Kidney Fax: (415) 353-8381

Hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Board Certification

Nephrology, American Board of Internal Medicine

Academic Title

Associate Professor

More about Allison Webber

Education

Albert Einstein School of Medicine 2002

Residencies

New York Presbyterian Hospital 2005

Fellowships

New York Presbyterian Hospital 2008

Selected Research and Publications

  1. Le TX, Wolf JL, Peralta CA, Webber AB. Kidney Transplantation for Kidney Failure Due to Multiple Myeloma: Case Reports. Am J Kidney Dis. 2017 Jun; 69(6):858-862.
  2. Webber AB, Vincenti F. An Update on Calcineurin Inhibitor-Free Regimens: The Need Persists, but the Landscape has Changed. Transplantation. 2016 Apr; 100(4):836-43.
  3. Chandran S, Masharani U, Webber AB, Wojciechowski DM. Prediabetic living kidney donors have preserved kidney function at 10 years after donation. Transplantation. 2014 Apr 15; 97(7):748-54.

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