Albert Yen, MD

Assistant Clinical Professor

Dr. Yen practices Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. He is deeply dedicated to providing excellent patient centered care for his patients and their families in the complex perioperative and critical care realms. He is also passionate about education and teaching the next generation of medical students, residents, and clinical fellows in both clinical and non clinical environments. Clinically, he is particularly interested in the application of ultrasound in the perioperative and critical care settings, as well as mechanical circulatory support devices and their management.

I-SPY COVID Consortium. Clinical trial design during and beyond the pandemic: the I-SPY COVID trial. Nature Medicine. 2022; 28(1):9-11.
Yen AF, Homer CM, Mohapatra A, Langnas E, Gomez A, Hendrickson CM. Embolic Hypodermic Needle Causing Traumatic Cardiac Tamponade: A Case Report. Crit Care Explor. 2019 Aug; 1(8):e0038.
House LM, Yen A, Bokoch MP. Central Venous Catheter in the Internal Mammary Vein. Anesthesiology. 2019 Aug; 131(2):397.
Srinivasan T, Bruno WJ, Wan R, Yen A, Duong J, Dean D. In vitro recombinants of antibiotic-resistant Chlamydia trachomatis strains have statistically more breakpoints than clinical recombinants for the same sequenced loci and exhibit selection at unexpected loci. J Bacteriol. 2012 Feb; 194(3):617-26.
Honors and Awards: 
Education Innovator of the Year, University of Southern California, 2020-2021
Chief Resident, Columbia University Medical Center, 2017-2018