Chris Hall, MD

Clinical Program Faculty

Chris Hall, MD, was trained in infectious diseases at University of California San Francisco (UCSF), following internal medicine residency at Harvard’s Brigham & Women’s Hospital and medical school at Johns Hopkins. He received a Masters in Management from NYU’s Wagner School of Public Service.

Formerly, Dr. Hall was Policy Director for San Francisco’s Health Initiatives for Youth, following work at the National Hemophilia Foundation in New York where he was the Director of Clinical Research. He began work in HIV in 1987 at the National AIDS Network, a group based in Washington, DC, dedicated to the organizational development of AIDS service organizations in the epidemic’s early years.

In addition to STD-related work, he has published in the areas of antiretroviral salvage therapy and HCV co-infection in marginally housed HIV-infected persons in San Francisco. He is adjunct assistant professor at UCSF, Medical Director of San Francisco Magnet center, and he provides primary HIV care at the East Bay AIDS Center in Berkeley and the VA Medical Center in San Francisco.

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