David English earned his undergraduate degrees at the University of California at Berkeley in German and Public Health, and MD from the University of California at Davis in 2012. He was a resident at San Francisco General Hospital/UC San Francisco, a large academic public hospital and health network, where he worked in the Family HIV Clinic to obtain a concurrent HIV specialist certification, in the Refugee Medical Clinic, and the MINT (Mothers and Infants Nurturing Together) Program through the bureau of prisons providing prenatal, postpartum, and newborn care for federally incarcerated women. Professional interests include care for marginalized but resilient communities including the incarcerated, homeless, substance use, Hepatitis C, immigrants, and people living with HIV, maternal child health, hospital medicine, family planning, palliative and end of life care, and medical humanities. Personal interests include ice hockey, skiing, coffee, and long walks with his dog.
Jenna Kawamoto, PharmD is a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist at the VA Greater Los Angeles Healthcare Center (VAGLA). Dr. Kawamoto earned her doctor of pharmacy degree at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska. She completed a PGY-1 pharmacy practice residency at the VA in Roseburg, Oregon and then completed a PGY-2 fellowship in Gastroenterology/Hepatology at the VAGLA. Dr. Kawamoto has involved in all steps of hepatitis C care including screening, referral, evaluation, treatment and follow-up care. She serves a preceptor for rotational and PGY-1 pharmacy residents. She also participates in clinical research, quality assurance, and quality improvement projects involving hepatitis C and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD).