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Greg Zahner, MSc

Greg Zahner, MSc

Pathways Clinical Research Fellow
Grenon Lab

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  • 2008-12, Claremont McKenna College, BA in Neuroscience
  • 2012-13, University of Bath School of Management, MSc in Management
  • 2013-current, UCSF School of Medicine, MD Candidate
  • 2016-17 Pathways Yearlong Research Fellowship

Greg Zahner is an MD candidate and a Pathways Clinical Research Fellow at UCSF School of Medicine. Originally from St. Louis, Missouri, he obtained a BA in neuroscience from Claremont McKenna College and an MSc in Management from the University of Bath. He is currently on leave from full-time studies to conduct pre-doctoral research and he also works as an MD Fellow for McKinsey & Co. to further his combined interests in academic medicine and management of health systems.

Greg's primary research interests involve markers of vascular health as well as the link between mental illness and vascular disease. He currently conducts research with Dr. Marlene Grenon, Associate Professor of Surgery at UCSF and the San Francisco VA Medical Center. He has received funding from the NIH, UCSF, Society for Vascular Surgery, and American Heart Association.

  1. Zahner GJ, Ramirez JL, Ly V, Spaulding KA, Khetani SA, Hills NK, Grunfeld C, Schafer AL, Gasper WJ, Grenon SM. Leptinemia is associated with peripheral artery disease. Academic Surgical Congress, January 2018. Association for Academic Surgery.
  2. Zahner GJ, Spaulding KA, Ramirez JL, Schaller MS, Walker SC, Hills NK, Gasper WJ, Grenon SM. Characterizing the relationship between flow-mediated dilation and radial artery tonometry in PAD. Academic Surgical Congress, January 2018. Association for Academic Surgery.
  3. Zahner GJ, Gruendl MA, Spaulding KA, Schaller MS, Hills NK, Gasper WJ, Grenon SM. Association between arterial stiffness and peripheral artery disease as measured by radial artery tonometry. Translational Science 2017, April 2017. Association for Clinical and Translational Science.

 

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