Dr. Gibbs moved to San Francisco in 1979 after completion of her
BA degree from Harvard University and her MD degree from Duke
University Medical School. She completed her residency in General
Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) in
1984 and continued her clinical training in renal transplantation
with a fellowship at the California-Pacific Medical Center in San
Francisco. Under the auspices of the Harold Amos Medical Faculty
Development Program she did a molecular biology fellowship at
Genentech Inc., South San Francisco which she completed in 1989.
She then joined the faculty in the Department of Surgery at UCSF
where she is currently a Professor in Clinical Surgery.
In 2000, Dr. Gibbs shifted her 10-year research interest from the
molecular interactions of the interferon receptor system to areas
in health services, quality improvement and patient safety. She
is currently engaged in studies examining issues in surgical
patient safety, quality improvement and error analysis. In
October 2004 she started this surgical patient safety project.
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