Ursula Lang, MD, PhD

Alumni (Pathology)

Sulggi Lee, MD, PhD

Associate Professor

Sulggi Lee, MD PhD, is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) and a faculty member in the Division of HIV, Infectious Diseases, and Global Medicine at the Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital. She is the PI of the UCSF Treat Acute HIV study, Co-PI of the UCSF SCOPE HIV cohort, the PI of the COVID-19 Host Immune Response Pathogenesis (CHIRP) study, Co-PI of the UCSF AIDS Cancer Specimen Resource (ACSR), and Co-Director of the UCSF Center for AIDS Research (CFAR) Bioinformatics Core.

Lauren Levine, MD

Clinical Instructor Volunteer

I am a medical oncologist at UCSF specializing in Cutaneous Oncology with research interests in translational tumor immunology including T-cell metabolism, developmental immunotherapeutics, and neoadjuvant studies.

Anya Levinson, MD

Assistant Adjunct Professor

I am a pediatric oncologist with an interest in childhood leukemia. I perform preclinical research investigating novel combination targeted therapies in pediatric AML, and see patients with a range of hematologic malignancies.

Melody Lun, MD, PhD

Clinical Fellow

Tippi MacKenzie, MD


Tippi MacKenzie is a pediatric and fetal surgeon who is focused on developing better ways to diagnose and treat genetic diseases before birth. She leads a translational research lab examining the unique biology between the mother and her fetus, with the idea that pregnancy complications such as preterm labor arise from a breakdown in maternal-fetal tolerance. At present, the MacKenzie group is focused on preterm labor and fetal therapies including stem cell transplantation, enzyme replacement therapy, and gene therapy.

Sharline Madera, MD, PhD


Uma Mahadevan, MD

Professor of Clinical Medicine

Uma Mahadevan, MD
Lynne and Marc Benioff Professor of Gastroenterology
University of California, San Francisco
Director, UCSF Center for Colitis and Crohn's Disease
Twitter: @UmaMahadevanIBD

Thea Mauro, MD


Anna Victoria Molofsky, MD, PhD

Associate Professor

Rita Mukhtar, MD

Assoc Prof of Clinical Surgery

Dr. Rita Mukhtar specializes in breast surgery and general surgery for urgent conditions. For her patients with breast cancer, she offers expertise in total skin-sparing mastectomies, breast conservation, wire localization surgery (used to show the location of tissue requiring biopsy) and sentinel lymph node biopsy (used to see if cancer has spread).

Haley Naik, MD

Associate Professor

Hidradenitis Suppurativa (HS) is a prevalent and debilitating disease predominating in women and minorities. Despite its prevalence and morbidity, the biology of HS is poorly understood, thus limiting the development of effective therapies. Rigorous investigation of cutaneous dysbiosis (abnormal microbial colonization of skin) and immune dysregulation associated with HS is urgently needed to understand their roles in HS pathogenesis, and to guide the development of novel therapeutic approaches for this devastating disease.