Dylan Masters, MD

HS Asst Clinical Professor
What I do: 

Medical School:

Mill Valley, Ca

Hobbies and Interests:
Critical Care and Medical Education
Cooking, Hiking, and Board Games


Dr. Masters is a resident physician in Anesthesia at UCSF. He enjoys practicing medicine at the many different UCSF-affiliated hospitals in the Bay Area. He loves anesthesia, and is particularly interested in critical care. He is passionate about education, and enjoys exploring it at work, in his research, and when not in the hospital. Before medical school, he taught physics and math in the Peace Corps in Tanzania for two years.

Sheu L, Burke C, Masters D, O'Sullivan PS. Understanding Clerkship Student Roles in the Context of 21st-Century Healthcare Systems and Curricular Reform. Teach Learn Med. 2018 Oct-Dec; 30(4):367-376.
Chou CL, Teherani A, Masters DE, Vener M, Wamsley M, Poncelet A. Workplace learning through peer groups in medical school clerkships. Med Educ Online. 2014; 19:25809.
Chou CL, Masters DE, Chang A, Kruidering M, Hauer KE. Effects of longitudinal small-group learning on delivery and receipt of communication skills feedback. Med Educ. 2013 Nov; 47(11):1073-9.
Masters DE, O'Brien BC, Chou CL. The third-year medical student "grapevine": managing transitions between third-year clerkships using peer-to-peer handoffs. Acad Med. 2013 Oct; 88(10):1534-8.
Teherani A, O'Brien BC, Masters DE, Poncelet AN, Robertson PA, Hauer KE. Burden, responsibility, and reward: preceptor experiences with the continuity of teaching in a longitudinal integrated clerkship. Acad Med. 2009 Oct; 84(10 Suppl):S50-3.
Honors and Awards: 
Alpha Omega Alpha, UCSF SOM, 2016