Mandana Khalili, MD
Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco
Chief of Clinical Hepatology, San Francisco General Hospital
Director, Clinical and Translational Research in Hepatology, San Francisco General Hospital
Co-Director, UCSF Mentor Training Program
Co-Director, UCSF T32 Hepatology Training Program
Editorial board member, Hepatology Journal

Dr. Mandana Khalili is the Co-Director of the UCSF Clinical and Translational Science Institute-Mentor Training Program aimed at training faculty to become effective research mentors. She also serves as the Co-Director of UCSF Hepatology T32 program focused on training research fellows and has an NIH funded-K24 mentoring grant aimed at supporting the research careers of early investigator trainees and junior faculty in the area of patient oriented research and my clinical/ translational research program serves as the infrastructure and the backbone for supporting research training and research activities (including biostatistical support) of trainees and junior faculty. Dr. Khalili actively participates in the education and research mentoring of trainees and serve as a senior faculty for the Hepatology and also psychiatry T32-Research Training grants. In addition, she co-leads the Gastroenterology Fellow Research Conferences and training aimed at enhancing the research training and progress of our fellows in the UCSF Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. Further, she co-leads the CTSI-T32 fellow training seminars for gastroenterolgy, hepatology and renal fellows. Her research expertise includes both translational and clinical components with a longstanding track record of independent extramural funding in epidemiology and pathogenesis of liver disease (including viral hepatitis, fatty liver disease, alcohol-related liver disease), and metabolic manifestations. Her team also has a specific focus in addressing health disparities in underserved populations and both health services and implementation science. Dr. Khalili's research expertise, long-standing track record of successful research and career mentoring of trainees and junior faculty and leadership roles in mentoring along with extensive collaborative network of leaders in liver disease and related fields will ensure successful completion of the research and mentoring goals of the mentees at all career levels.