Gabriel Ortiz, M.D., Ph.D.
Infectious Diseases Fellow
University of California at San Francisco
Dr. Ortiz is board certified in internal medicine and is currently performing
research and clinical services in the Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program at
UCSF, training that will eventually lead to board certification within this
subspecialty. Prior to the ID Fellowship, Dr. Ortiz received his MS and BS
degrees in Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry from Yale University. His MD
degree was completed at the Weill Medical College of Cornell University and his
PhD thesis work was completed through the Rockefeller University, these degrees
were both a part of the Tri-Institutional MD-PhD Program located in New York
City, New York. Residency in Internal Medicine was completed at UCSF, and Dr.
Ortiz also had the honor to serve as Chief Medical Resident for the Department
of Medicine at UCSF from 2007-2008 prior to returning to additional ID
Currently, Dr. Ortiz's interests include caring for general medicine and
HIV-infected patients, as well as pursuing research in the immune activation
associated with HIV and other lentiviral infections.