Lauren Lederle, MD

Clinical Fellow

Lauren Lederle is a current hospitalist at the San Francisco VA medical center, where she is in the Division of Hospital Medicine. In addition to attending on the teaching service, and clinical work on the faculty service, she works in the Veteran's Integrated Preoperative Clinic which assists in evaluating and optimizing complex orthopedic surgery patients prior to surgery.

She is involved in research projects with Dr. Sei Lee focusing on the treatment of diabetes in nursing home patients.

Her areas of interest include Geriatric Medicine, models of care delivery for older adults and diabetes management in complex older patients.
Education
06/2018 - , UCSF Internal Medicine Residency, UC Primary Care
MD, 05/2015 - , UCSF School of Medicine
BA, 05/2009 - Neuroscience, Pomona College
Publications
  1. Glycemic Over- and Undertreatment in VA Nursing Home Residents with Type 2 Diabetes: a Retrospective Cohort Study.
  2. Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation and Hemorrhage After Dilation and Evacuation Abortion for Fetal Death.
  3. Safety of Deep Sedation Without Intubation for Second-Trimester Dilation and Evacuation.
  4. Identification of a novel gene regulating amygdala-mediated fear extinction.
  5. Obesity as a Risk Factor for Complications After Second-Trimester Abortion by Dilation and Evacuation.
  6. Obesity as a Risk Factor for Complications After Second-Trimester Abortion by Dilation and Evacuation.
  7. Induction of fetal demise before pregnancy termination: practices of family planning providers.
  8. Risk factors for complication after second-trimester dilation and evacuation.
  9. Postabortion Hemorrhage and Risk of Other Complications in Women With Second-Trimester Fetal Demise.
  10. Safety of deep sedation without intubation in late second-trimester dilation and evacuation.
  11. Quantitative trait loci for sensitivity to ethanol intoxication in a C57BL/6J×129S1/SvImJ inbred mouse cross.
  12. Genetic strain differences in learned fear inhibition associated with variation in neuroendocrine, autonomic, and amygdala dendritic phenotypes.
  13. S.24.02 Genetic variation driving fear and anxiety.
  14. Reward-related behavioral paradigms for addiction research in the mouse: performance of common inbred strains.
  15. Measuring anxiety- and locomotion-related behaviours in mice: a new way of using old tests.