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name

Ngoc Ly, MD, MPH

education

Medical School - University of Rochester School of Medicine,  Rochester, NY

Fellowship- Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA

Fellowship - Respiratory and Environmental Epidemiology,  Channing Laboratory at Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA

Residency - Pediatrics at Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA

Internship - Pediatarics at Medical College of Virginia, Richmond, VA

Master of Public Health - Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, MA

specialty

Pediatric Pulmonary Medicine, Asthma research

bio

Assistant Professor at University of california, San Francisco

Dr. Ly received medical training at University of Rochester in 1994 and completed pediatric residency training at Medical College of Virgina in 2001.  She completed her fellowship in Pediatric pulmonary medicine and respiratory and environmental epidemiology at Harvard in 2006.  Dr. Ly has been a faculty member at UCSF since 2007. As the Pediatric Pulmonary Asthma Program Director, her goals for the program are:
1) to provide comprehensive and multidisciplinary service for the diagnosis and treatment of asthma in children, with specific focus on difficult-to-control asthma, diagnostic dilemmas, and second opinions on the inpatient and outpatient services

2) to promote education and treatment guidelines for asthma.

General Research Interests:
Asthma prevention and management; asthma epidemiology and immunology with specific research interest in identifying immune modulating factors associated with asthma development.

Clinical Interests:
Dr. Ly’s Clinical interests are in evaluating and caring for patients with asthma, chronic cough,  bronchopulmonary dysplasia, bronchiectasis, cystic fibrosis, recurrent respiratory infections, hypoventilation syndrome, apnea, interstitial lung diseases, chronic lung diseases, and tracheostomy and ventilator dependence.
Other clinical activities include performing bronchoscopy, interpreting pulmonary function test.

Contact:
521 Parnassus Ave, C344
San Francisco, CA 94143

Phone: 415-476-4979
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studies

APPUC
APRIL