Henry C. Sánchez, MD
Pathology, Box 0102
513 Parnassus Avenue, Room S-564D
San Francisco, CA 94143
My research projects involve studying the therapeutic effects of quinacrine and new therapeutic agents in patients afflicted with Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, and another project is developing diagnostic tests on extra CNS tissues for prion diseases. I instruct residents, post-sophomore fellows, and rotating medical students in the field of autopsy pathology.
I am actively involved in teaching and curriculum design in the schools of dentistry, medicine and pharmacy.
- Yeh, B.M., Coakley, F.V., Gotway, M.B., Sanchez, H.C., Wilson, M., and Reddy G.P. Prevalence and Importance of Azygos Arch Valves on Intravenous Contrast-Enhanced CT. Radiology, in press (September 2003)
- Shiboski, C.H., Regezi, J.A., Sanchez, H.C. and Silverman, S. Oral Lesions as the First Clinical Sign of Microscopic Polyangiitis. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Radiol Endod. Dec;94(6):707-11, 2002
- Sanchez, H, and Ursell, P. Use of autopsy cases for integrating and applying the first two years of medical education. Acad. Med. May;76(5):530-1, 2001
- DeArmond, S.J., Qiu, Y., Sanchez, H., Spilman, P.R., Ninchak-Cassey, A., Alonso, D. and Daggett, V. PrPc glycoform heterogeneity as a function of brain region: implications for selective targeting of neurons by prion strain. J. Neuropathology Exp. Neurol. Sept;58(9):1000-9, 1999
- Founding member of The Haile Debas Academy of Medical Educators, UCSF School of Medicine, 2001
- The 2001-2002 Distinction in Teaching Award, UCSF Academic Senate
- The Long Award for Excellence in Teaching, UCSF School of Pharmacy, March 2002