Internal Medicine Doctor Carrie Mousseau is the Medical Director of HealthNOW where she oversees the medical needs of all our patients. While Dr Mousseau is classically trained as a medical doctor, she delights in working with a team whose intentions are to diagnose and treat the root cause of a condition. She is particualarly happy to wean patients off medications that they no longer require, after the root cause has been identified.
1997 – 2001 Kaiser Permanente, Santa Clara CA Internal Medicine Resident
1993 – 1997 New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY M.D.
1985 – 1990 University of Calif. at Davis Davis, CA B.S., Genetics
Academic Awards and Honors
Residency: Independent Flexible Sigmoidoscopist Accreditation
Medical School: Clinical Honors in Medicine and Neurology
Residency Andrew P. Hill High School medical Clinic, San Jose, CA
Julian Street Homeless Shelter Walk-in clinic, San Jose, CA
Skilled Nursing Facility/ Geriatrics Elective
Medical School Med-SHOP (Medicine Student Homeless Outreach Program)
2002 – Current HealthNOW Medical Center, Sunnyvale, CA. Medical Director. Oversees all aspects of patient care. Evaluates all patients. Blood draws, vitamin and trigger point injections as needed.
1989 – 1993 Veterans Administration/Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA.
Dept. of Gastroenterology. Laboratory Manager/Senior Biological Laboratory Technician. Characterized Colonic Cytoskeleton Keratins 8 and 18.
1989 University of Calif. At Davis, Davis, CA. Genetics Intern.
Performed Restriction Enzyme Map Analysis of yeast.
1982 – 1989 Biosis, Palo Alto, CA (summers) Laboratory Technician.
Researched Steinermatid Nematodes as a Biological Pesticide/Insecticide.
2002 Rock Medicine, Haight Ashbury Free Clinics
Licenses and Memberships
* Certificate of Completion, Internal medicine Residency
* California Licensed Physician
* DEA Licensed
* American College of Physicians
* International Dyslexia Association
* Association of higher Education and Disability
METHOD OF CELL HANDLING AFFECTS LEAKINESS OF CELL SURFACE LABELING AND DETECTION OF INTRACELLULAR KERATINS.
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A SIGNIFICANT SOLUBLE KERATIN FRACTION IN “SIMPLE” EPITHELIAL CELLS.
C.f. Chou, C. Riopel, L. Rott, B. Omary. J Cell Science. 105 (pt2): 433-444. (1993).