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Hui Yi Shan, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine
HCT 1520 San Pablo St Health Sciences Campus Los Angeles


I became a nephrologist because the kidney is a fascinating organ that plays a critical function in maintaining homeostasis for the body. It is composed of filtering units that keep the important nutrients inside our body and excrete the excess. My particular clinical interests are to treat patients with diseases that affect these filtering units called the glomeruli. These include diseases such as lupus nephritis, vasculitis, membranous nephropathy and IgA nephropathy that are often challenging to treat. I would like to establish a trusting relationship with my patients to work together to prevent worsening of their kidney diseases and hopefully reverse their conditions.

Dr. Shan earned her medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. She performed her residency at New York University Medical Center, followed by a Nephrology Fellowship at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center- Harvard Medical School.


Barnard College, Department of Biology: Spiera Family Prize, 1999

Barnard College: Helen R. Downes Prize, 1999

Barnard College: Mary E. Allison Prize, 1999


Kriegel D, Marmur E, Shan HY, Mercer SE, Birge MB, Lee A. A method for distinguishing the intended margins for a melanoma from the tissue cones after surgical excision. Int J Dermatol. 2011 Dec; 50(12):1560-3. View in: PubMed

Shan HY, Rana S, Epstein FH, Stillman IE, Karumanchi SA, Williams ME. Use of circulating antiangiogenic factors to differentiate other hypertensive disorders from preeclampsia in a pregnant woman on dialysis. Am J Kidney Dis. 2008 Jun; 51(6):1029-32. View in: PubMed

Lee A, Goyal R, Shan HY. Severe protracted fever following pneumococcal vaccine. Am J Med Sci. 2006 Dec; 332(6):351-3. View in: PubMed

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