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Clinical Informatics Current Fellows and Alumni

Current Fellows


  • Brian Khan, MD

    Brian Khan, MD

    Undergraduate: Andrews University
    Graduate: La Sierra University
    Medical School: Loma Linda University
    Residency: Huntington Hospital


    Dr. Brian Khan is originally from Silver Spring, Maryland. He completed his undergraduate degree at Andrews University, followed by his medical education at Loma Linda University School of Medicine with a short detour to obtain his MBA in healthcare management at La Sierra University. Finding that being a jack-of-all-trades suited his personality, he went on to complete his residency in internal medicine at Huntington Hospital where he was able to learn excellent patient care and participate on numerous quality improvement projects. He completed his Six Sigma certification and is a Just Culture Champion. These experiences fostered a deep interest in informatics, health IT, and using technology to better serve patients. He is very excited to join UCSD as a clinical informatics fellow. In his free time, he enjoys volunteering, spending time by the ocean, traveling, and food! 

  • Ammar Mandvi, MD

    Ammar Mandvi, MD

    Undergraduate: UC Merced
    Medical School: Ross University School of Medicine, Dominica
    Residency: PIH Hospital - Family Medicine

    Dr. Ammar Mandvi grew up in Southern California and completed his Bachelors in Human Biology with a minor in Psychology at UC Merced. He then travelled to Dominica to complete his medical school at Ross University. His interest in informatics started in-between medical school and residency while working at a start-up company in San Francisco that used wearable technology to promote charting efficiency for physicians. He ended up back in his hometown to complete his Family Medicine residency at PIH Hospital in Whittier, CA while also completing a Tropical Medicine track. During his training, Dr. Mandvi travelled to Freetown, Sierra Leone to practice medicine alongside local providers and studied endemic diseases within that region. He is now a Clinical Informatics fellow interested data visualization and user interface, operational efficiency, incorporating technology with physician well-being, as well as telehealth. In his spare time, he enjoys comedy shows, going to the beach, hiking, and playing sports. He has trouble wearing long sleeve shirts because his wing-span is 6’ 7”!
  • Nathan Yung, MD

    Nathan Yung, MD

    Undergraduate: Santa Clara University
    Graduate: USC
    Medical School: Loyola University
    Residency: Loyola University Medical Center - Internal Medicine

    Dr. Nathan Yung grew up in Northern California enjoying the outdoors where he also went to Santa Clara University for his undergraduate degree. Afterwards, he studied at the University of Southern California for his Master of Science in Global Medicine in the Management Track. He then spent a year with AmeriCorps in a California FQHC (federally qualified health center) before moving to Chicago to attend medical school at Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine. He stayed at Loyola University Medical Center for his residency in Internal Medicine before becoming a Clinical Informatics Fellow at UCSD. He is interested in population health, learning health systems, and Human-Computer-Interaction as it relates to the physician-patient relationship. He spends his spare time brewing beer, dog-training, and training for various mud-runs.


Fellowship Alumni Years Where are they now
Jeremy Bass 2018-2020  UCSD Psychiatry Faculty
Christian Dameff 2017-2019  UCSD Faculty
Katherine Holman 2014-2016 San Diego
Gilbert Ramirez 2014-2016 UCSF Fresno
Adel Al-Marshad 2013-2014 Advisor to the Minister of Economy & Planning Lead, Health Ecosystem Reform Office, Saudi Arabia