LORY DAVID WIVIOTT, M.D.

Curriculum Vitae

Date of Birth: June 15, 1956

Birthplace: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Office Address #1:  Infectious DiseasesAssociates, 2100 Webster Street, Suite #400, San Francisco, California 94115(415-923-3883)

Office Address #2:  California PacificMedical Center Department of Medicine, 2351 Clay Street, Room S380, SanFrancisco, California 94115 (415-561-1397)

EDUCATION:

1974-1978 University of Wisconsin, Madison,WI Majors in philosophy and pre-medical science KNAPP Scholarship for SeniorHonors Thesis (1977) Honors College, Bachelor of Arts (1978)

1978-1982 Albert Einstein College of Medicine(Bronx, NY) Rock-Sleyster Scholarship in Psychiatry (1980) Alpha Omega Alpha(1981) M.D. Degree (1982)

POSTGRADUATE TRAINING AND EMPLOYMENT:

1982-1985 COLUMBIA PRESBYTERIAN MEDICALCENTER -
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS (New York, NY)
Intern and Resident in Internal Medicine

1984-1985 MEMORIAL SLOAN KETTERING CANCERCENTER (New York, NY)
Research Assistant in Infectious Diseases (Dr. Donald Armstrong, Supervisor)

1985-1986 KAISER PERMANENTE MEDICAL CENTER(So. San Francisco, CA)
Staff Physician in Internal Medicine, Emergency Department

1986-1989 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANFRANCISCO MEDICAL CENTER
(San Francisco, CA)
Fellow in Infectious Diseases (Dr. John Mills, Program Director)

Visiting Postdoctoral Fellow in Cancer Research(Dr. Jay A. Levy, Research Supervisor)
AIDS Clinic Staff Physician (Dr. Harry Hollander, Clinic Director)

APPOINTMENTS:

June 27, 2007-Present   CALIFORNIA PACIFIC MEDICAL CENTER, San Francisco, CA, 
Chairman of Medicine
& Medical Director

May 1, 2013-November 8, 2013   CALIFORNIA PACIFIC MEDICAL CENTER, San Francisco, CA, 
Interim Program Director, Internal Medicine Residency

October 1, 2006- June 26, 2007 CALIFORNIA PACIFIC MEDICAL CENTER, San Francisco, CA, 
Acting Chairman of Medicine
&Associate Medical Director

1996-September 30, 2006 CALIFORNIA PACIFIC MEDICAL CENTER, San Francisco, CA,
Vice-Chairman of Medicine

1989-Present CALIFORNIA PACIFIC MEDICAL CENTER, San Francisco, CA,
Attending physician and teaching faculty in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases

1990-Present CALIFORNIA PACIFIC MEDICALCENTER, San Francisco, CA,
Chairman, Grand Rounds Program in Internal Medicine

July, 1993 - Present UNIVERSITY OFCALIFORNIA, San Francisco, CA
Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine

1989-1993 Clinical Instructor in Medicine

1989-1992 Attending Physician AIDS Clinic,UCSF

1991-1995 UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC,(Stockton, CA)
Adjunct Professor, School of Pharmacy

March, 1993 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, LONGAND MOFFITT HOSPITALS
San Francisco, CA:  Supervising Attending, Infectious Diseases Service

October, 1994 UCSF/VETERANS ADMINISTRATIONMEDICAL CENTER,
San Francisco, CA:  Supervising Attending, Infectious Diseases Service

October, 1995 UCSF/VETERANS ADMINISTRATIONMEDICAL CENTER,
San Francisco, CA:  Supervising Attending, Infectious Diseases Service

October, 1996 UCSF/VETERANS ADMINISTRATIONMEDICAL CENTER,
San Francisco, CA:  Supervising Attending, Infectious Diseases Service
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HONORS AND AWARDS:

1.Rock-Sleyster Scholarship in Psychiatry (1980) 2. Alpha Omega Alpha MedicalHonor Society (1981) 3. Universitywide Task Force on AIDS Fellowship Award(July 1, 1987-June 30, 1989) 4. Recipient of "Keys to the Future"Award, California Pacific Medical Center Research Institute, (May, 1996) 5. "Best Doctorsin America" - Pacific Region (Woodward and White), (1996- 1997) 6. "Best Doctors inthe Bay Area", San Francisco Focus Magazine, (March, 1997) 7. "Best Doctors In America",(Woodward and White), (1998) 8. "Service Star Award", CaliforniaPacific Medical Center, (1998) 9. "Who's Who InHealthcare & Medicine" For 1999-2000, Marquis 2nd Edition 10. "Best Doctors in the Bay Area", San Francisco Magazine, (April, 1999) 11."Best Doctors In America"(2000) 12. "Castle Connolly BestDoctors" (2000, 2002, 2003, 2004,2005, 2006, 2007) 13. "Who'sWho In Healthcare & Medicine" For 2000-2001, Marquis 3rd Edition 14. "Best Doctors in the BayArea", San Francisco Magazine, (January, 2001) 15. Consumers' Checkbook "Guide To Top Doctors" 2002, 2007 16. "Best Doctors in the Bay Area", San Francisco Magazine, (January, 2003).17. Best Doctors inAmerica, 2003-2004. 18. "BestDoctors in the Bay Area", SanFrancisco Magazine, (January, 2005). 19.Best Doctors in America, 2005-2006. 20. Cambridge Who’s Who in Medicine & Healthcare, 2007-2008. 21. Castle Connolly "America's Top Doctors" Eighth Edition, 2008-2009. 22. Best Doctors in America, 2009-2010. 23. Best Doctors in America, 2010-2011. 24. U.S. News & World Report Top Doctors 2011 (Top 1%) 25. Fellow of The American College of Physicians, July, 2011. 26. Best Doctors in America, 2013. 27. Best Doctors in America, 2014.26. Best Doctors in America, 2013. 27. Best Doctors in America, 2014. 28. Castle Connolly "America's Top Doctors" 2015. 29. Castle Connolly "America's Top Doctors" 2016.

SPECIALTY BOARDS:

American Board of Internal Medicine (Diplomate, September, 1986)

Board Certified in Infectious Diseases (November, 1990)

Recertified In Infectious Diseases (November, 2000 & April, 2010)

ABSTRACTS & INVITED LECTURES PRESENTED:

1. Phagocytosis of Mycobacteriumavium-intracellulare by rat peritoneal macrophages. Abstract No. 828, Programsand Abstracts of the Twenty-Fifth Interscience Conference on Antimicrobials andChemotherapy, Minneapolis, MN, 1985.

2. HIV suppression by CD8+ lymphocytes.Presented at the Annual Meeting of Principal Investigators, Universitywide TaskForce on AIDS, San Diego, CA, March 1988.

3. CD8+ cell control of HIV replication.Presented at the Annual Meeting of Principal Investigators, Universitywide TaskForce on AIDS, San Diego, CA, March 1989.

4. CD8+ lymphocytes are the primary cellsthat suppress HIV replication. Abstract No. 112, Conference of the AmericanAssociation for Cancer Research, San Francisco, CA, May 25, 1989.

5. CD8+ lymphocytes are the critical cellsmediating suppression of HIV release by CD4+ cells. Abstract No. 124, FifthInternational Conference on Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome, Montreal,Canada, June 7, 1989.

6. West Nile Virus Meningo-Encephalitis in aHeart Transplant Recipient in Northern California, Liu A, Sweidan S, Lee J,Wang C, Haeusslein E, Wiviott L, and Busch D, California Pacific MedicalCenter, San Francisco, CA, Presented At American College Of Physicians Northern California Chapter Scientific Meeting, Monterey California, October 8, 2005.

7. A Case With Some Bite: Peptostreptococcal Spondylodiscitis Following Dental Work in a Young Man,Vincent Hsieh, MD, Lory Wiviott, MD, Paul B. Aronowitz, MD, FACP, Presented At American College Of Physicians  Regional Meeting, November 10-12, 2006.

8. Hepatic Actinomycosis 5 Years After Abdominal Ssurgery, Chuong Tran MD, Shanaz Sikder MD, Lory Wiviott MD, Presented At American College Of Gastroenterolgy Annual Meeting, Honolulu, HI, October 16-21, 2015

9. Invited Lecturer & Planning Committee Member, Physician Advisor Conference, American Case Management Association Meeting, San Diego, CA, October 28-30, 2016.

PUBLICATIONS:

1. Castro BA, Weiss CA, Wiviott LD, Levy JA.Optimal conditions for recovery of the human immunodeficiency virus fromperipheral blood mononuclear cells. J Clin Microbio 26(11):2371-2376, 1988.

2. Wiviott LD, Levy JA. HIV and biology ofits infection. In Information About HIV Disease for the Practicing Physician.Monograph of the American Medical Association, pp. 57-70, 1989.

3. Wiviott LD, Walker CM, Levy JA. CD8+lymphocytes suppress HIV production by autologous CD4+ cells withouteliminating the infected cells from culture. Cell Immun 128:628-634, 1990.

4. Young LS, Wiviott LD, Wu M, Kolonoski P,Bolan R, Inderlied CB: Azithromycin reduces Mycobacterium avium complexbacteremia and relieves the symptoms of disseminated disease in patients withAIDS. Lancet 338:1107-1109, 1991.

5. Tokunaga Y, Concepcion W, Berquist WE, CoxKL, Wiviott LD, Garcia-Kennedy R, Itasaka H, Nakazato P, Esquivel CO: Graftinvolvement by Legionella in a liver transplant recipient. Arch Surg127:475-477, 1992.

6. Cher D, Maxwell M, Frustzajer N, Marin M,Wiviott LD: Neisseria meningitidis as a cause of pelvic inflammatory disease.Clin Infect Dis 17:134-135, 1993.

7. Egawa H, Woodley S, Keeffe EB, ConcepcionW, Wiviott LD, Menegaux F, Esquivel CO. Aortic valve endocarditis afterorthotopic liver transplantation. Transplantation 58:732-734, 1994.

8. Wiviott L. Theinternet and the journal (Letter). N Engl J Med 333:1078, 1995.

9. Stryker R, Marks M, Conlin D, Wiviott L:Localized adipose tissue hypertrophy in patients receiving human immunodeficiencyvirus protease inhibitors. Clin Infect Dis 27(1):218-220, 1998.

10. McBride W, Gill KR, Wiviott L. West NileVirus Infection With Hearing Loss. J Infect., March 20, 2006.

MEDIA:

1. The Medicine Show, KNBR Radio,"Infectious Diseases," June 7, 1994.

2. Television News Interview, KGO-ABC Channel7, "Secretory Leukocyte Protease Inhibitors," January 31, 1995.

3. Television News Interview, KRON-NBCChannel 4, "Cryptosporidiosis," March 27, 1995.

4. Television News Interview, KGO-ABC Channel7, "Meningitis Transmission and Prevention," June 13, 1995.

5. Television News Interview, KRON-TV Channel4, "Antibiotic-resistant Infections," January 16, 1996.

6. Television News Interview, KRON-TV Channel4 - Nightbeat Extra, "Wise Use of Antibiotics," February 1, 1996.

7. Television News Interview, KRON-TV Channel4, "Pasteurization and Foodborne Illness: The Odwalla Juice E. ColiCases," November 1, 1996.

8. Television News Interview, KGO-TV Channel7 ("The Dean Edel Show"), "Microbial Contamination ofStethoscopes," May 8, 1997.

9. Televison News Interview, KRON-TV Channel4, "Vancomycin-Resistant Staphylococcal Infection," May 28, 1997.

10. Television News Interview, KRON-TVChannel 4, "NewAntibiotics," July 17, 1997.

11. Television News Interview, KRON-TVChannel 4, "OveruseOf Antibiotics & Bacterial Resistance," September 16, 1997.

12. Television News Interview, KRON-TVChannel 4, "Chickens & The Hong Kong Flu," December 18, 1997.

13. Newspaper Interview and Photo,San Francisco Examiner, "Complications of Influenza," January 27,1998.

14. Television News Interview, KGO-TV Channel7 ("The Dean Edel Show"), "The Role Of Soapless Soaps InHospital Infection Control," April 19, 1999.

15. Television News Interview, KRON-TVChannel 4 and KGO-TV Channel 7, "New Therapies For The Common Cold,"May 18, 1999.

16. Television News Interview, KPIX-Channel5, "Potential Health Risks Of Mudbaths," May 25, 1999.

17. Television News Interview, KRON-TVChannel 4, "Prevention and Treatment of Shingles," August 12, 1999.

18. Television News Interview, The Dean EdelShow (Nationally Syndicated), "Pleconaril For Treatment of Rhinovirus andOther Infections," Segment Filmed February 12, 2000.

19. Television News Interview, KRON-TVChannel 4 (With Dr. Kim Mulvihill), "Asymptomatic Shedding Of GenitalHerpesvirus," March 23, 2000.

20. Television News Interview, The Dean EdelShow (Nationally Syndicated), "Over Use Of Antibiotics & The EmergenceOf Superbugs," Segment Filmed October 27, 2000. 

21. Television News Interview, KPIX-TVChannel 5, "Lack Of Antibiotic Benefit In Selected Patients With COPD& Sinusitis," April 5, 2001.

22. Television News Interview, KRON-TVChannel 4, "Health Risks At The Gym," August 6, 2001.

23. Television News Interview, KRON-TVChannel 4, "Health Risks From Germs In The Work Place," November 13,2002.

24. Television News Interview, KGO-TV Channel7 ("The Dean Edel Show"), "FluMist Intranasal InfluenzaVaccine," October 21, 2003.

25. Television News Interview, KPIX-TVChannel 5, "Avian Flu Risk For Humans," January 26, 2004.

26. Television News Interview, KGO-TV Channel7 ("The Dean Edel Show"), "Strategies For Managing Influenza InA Season Of Vaccine Shortage," October 26, 2004.

27. Television News Interview, KPIX-TVChannel 5, "Norwalk Virus Outbreak," February 17, 2005.

28. Television News Interview, KPIX-TVChannel 5, "Antiviral Drug Use To Prevent Sexual Transmission of HIV; AnEmerging Controversy," December 20, 2005.

29. Television News Interview, KPIX-Channel 5, "Health Risks of Produce," November 8, 2006.

30. Television News Interview, KTVU-Channel 2, "Microbial Contamination Of Shopping Carts," November 11, 2008.

31. Televison News Interview, CBS Evening News With Katie Couric, "H1N1 Influenza In Older Patients," November 3, 2009.

CALIFORNIAPACIFIC MEDICAL CENTER - HOSPITAL COMMITTEES:

1. Chairman, Antibiotic Subcommittee (January 1, 1990 - February 1, 2013) 2.Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee 3. Medical Executive Committee, 2002-2003, 2005-Present (Officer July, 2005-2009) 4. Quality Assurance Committee (Department of Medicine) 5. Residency Selection Committee 6."EPIC" Electronic Health Record Advisory Council/Executive Governance Committee/Subject Matter Expert 7. Department of Medicine Curriculum Committee 8. Department of Medicine Executive Counsel 9. Continuing Medical Education Committee 10. Utilization Management Committee 11. Program and Budget Committee (Medical Capital) 12. Physician Reviewer, Facilities Capital Committee (Non-Medical) 13. Physician's Philanthropic Advisory Committees 14. Physician Advisor / Medical Director, Care Coordination & Regional Referral Center .

SOCIETY MEMBERSHIP:

1. San Francisco Medical Society 2. California Medical Association 3. Infectious Disease Society of America 4. American College of Physicians (FACP).



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