Heather Pua, MD
Dr. Heather Pua graduated the medical school from the UCSF School of Medicine and completed both her residency and fellowship program at the UCSF. She is specialized in pathology and board certified in anatomic pathology and molecular genetic pathology. Dr. Pua has been in practice for a 1 year now and is affiliated with the UCSF Medical Center. During his career, she has also contributed to several publications of medical interest.
UCSF School of Medicine
American Board of Pathology
MicroRNAs 24 and 27 Suppress Allergic Inflammation and Target a Network of Regulators of T Helper 2 Cell-Associated Cytokine Production.
Pua, H. H.,Steiner, D. F.,Patel, S.,Gonzalez, J. R.,Ortiz-Carpena, J. F.,Kageyama, R.,Chiou, N. T.,Gallman, A.,de Kouchkovsky, D.,Jeker, L. T.,McManus, M. T.,Erle, D. ...; Immunity. 2016 Feb 07.See more >>
A microRNA upregulated in asthma airway T cells promotes TH2 cytokine production.
Simpson, L. J.,Patel, S.,Bhakta, N. R.,Choy, D. F.,Brightbill, H. D.,Ren, X.,Wang, Y.,Pua, H. H.,Baumjohann, D.,Montoya, M. M.,Panduro, M.,Remedios, K. A.,Huang, X.,Fa...; Nat. Immunol.. 2014 Nov 05.See more >>
Autophagy regulates endoplasmic reticulum homeostasis and calcium mobilization in T lymphocytes.
Jia, W., Pua, H.H., Li, Q., He, Y.; J Immunol. 2011 Feb 1.See more >>