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Hugh Y Rienhoff

from San Carlos, CA
Age ~69

Hugh Rienhoff Phones & Addresses

  • 2729 Debbie Ct, San Carlos, CA 94070 (650) 216-6774 (650) 216-6773
  • 1120 Dayton Ave, San Carlos, CA 94070
  • Granby, CO
  • Redwood City, CA
  • Glencoe, MD
  • San Mateo, CA
  • Cambridge, MA
  • Brookline, MA
  • Glyndon, MD
  • 1000 Davit Ln UNIT 104, Redwood City, CA 94065

Work

Position: Machine Operators, Assemblers, and Inspectors Occupations

Education

School / High School: Johns Hopkins University / School of Medicine 1982

Languages

English

Awards

Healthgrades Honor Roll

Ranks

Certificate: Internal Medicine, 1985

Specialities

Internal Medicine

Professional Records

Medicine Doctors

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Dr. Hugh Y Rienhoff, San Francisco CA - MD (Doctor of Medicine)

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Specialties:
Internal Medicine
Address:
375 Laguna Honda Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94116
(415) 759-2300 (Phone), (415) 759-4587 (Fax)
Certifications:
Internal Medicine, 1985
Awards:
Healthgrades Honor Roll
Languages:
English
Education:
Medical School
Johns Hopkins University / School of Medicine
Graduated: 1982
Medical School
The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Graduated: 1982
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Hugh Young Rienhoff, San Carlos CA

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Specialties:
Internal Medicine
Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism
Clinical Genetics
M.D.
Work:
Home Office
2729 Debbie Ct, San Carlos, CA 94070
Education:
Johns Hopkins University (1982)
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Hugh Young Rienhoff, San Francisco CA

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Specialties:
Internist
Address:
375 Laguna Honda Blvd, San Francisco, CA 94116
Education:
Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine - Doctor of Medicine
Johns Hopkins Hospital - Fellowship - Genetics
Board certifications:
American Board of Internal Medicine Certification in Internal Medicine

Resumes

Resumes

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Position:
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Location:
San Francisco Bay Area
Industry:
Nanotechnology
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Hugh Rienhoff

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Location:
San Francisco Bay Area
Industry:
Biotechnology

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Hugh Y. Rienhoff
Life Science Venture Partners LLC
Manage Venture Capital Investments · Business Services
2729 Debbie Ct, San Carlos, CA 94070

Publications

Us Patents

System For Genetically Characterizing An Individual For Evaluation Using Genetic And Phenotypic Variation Over A Wide Area Network

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US Patent:
2002001, Jan 24, 2002
Filed:
May 18, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/861078
Inventors:
Hugh Rienhoff - San Carlos CA,
Hywell Jones - Palo Alto CA,
International Classification:
G06F017/60
G06F019/00
G01N033/48
G01N033/50
US Classification:
702/019000, 702/020000, 705/003000
Abstract:
The present invention provides a system for separating individuals into subpopulations using a polymorphic profile in a networked environment. The separated groups are subpopulations can be used for clinical studies and treatment studies. The system allows identification of a susceptibility locus in individuals using genetic screening methods to assess their increased risk of certain diseases. In addition, the information can be used to gauge drug responses, study disease susceptibility and to conduct basic research on population genetics.

Aggregating Persons With A Select Profile For Further Medical Characterization

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US Patent:
2002001, Feb 14, 2002
Filed:
Mar 13, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/808442
Inventors:
Hugh Rienhoff - San Carlos CA,
James Kean - Portland OR,
International Classification:
G06F017/60
US Classification:
705/002000
Abstract:
A method for aggregating persons with a select profile for further medical studies. The method includes browsing one or more selected electronic sites directed to medical information by a user of a selected profile at a client location, which is coupled to a worldwide area network of computers comprising an Internet. The method also includes profiling user (e.g., observed) for selected area of medicine through the browsing activities at a server location that is coupled to the worldwide area network of computers. A step of inquiring about specific information (e.g., form) from user at the client through one or more inquiries from the server is also included. The method further includes inputting information about the specific information from the client that is transferred to the server location; and delivering additional information on selected area of medicine from the server location to the client. In preferred embodiments, the above steps are repeated using any two of the above steps to develop relationship with the user.

Computer Program Product For Genetically Characterizing An Individual For Evaluation Using Genetic And Phenotypic Variation Over A Wide Area Network

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US Patent:
2002004, Apr 25, 2002
Filed:
May 18, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/861081
Inventors:
Hugh Rienhoff - San Carlos CA,
Hywell Jones - Palo Alto CA,
International Classification:
G06F007/00
G06F017/00
G06F015/16
A61B005/00
US Classification:
707/104100, 600/300000, 709/203000
Abstract:
The present invention provides a computer program product for separating individuals into subpopulations using a polymorphic profile in a networked environment. The separated groups are subpopulations can be used for clinical studies and treatment studies. The computer program product allows identification of a susceptibility locus in individuals using genetic screening methods to assess their increased risk of certain diseases. In addition, the information can be used to gauge drug responses, study disease susceptibility and to conduct basic research on population genetics.

Database System And Method

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US Patent:
2002013, Sep 19, 2002
Filed:
Mar 13, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/805813
Inventors:
Hugh Rienhoff - San Carlos CA,
James Kean - Hillsborough CA,
Hywel Jones - Palo Alto CA,
International Classification:
G06F007/00
US Classification:
707/100000
Abstract:
A secured database is populated with genotypic and phenotypic data using a server coupled with a world wide network of computers. The server provides a web site configured to create trust of the web site by users. Users are invited to submit phenotypic data, and users are invited to submit a biological sample. The secured database is populated with received phenotypic data, and received biological samples are analyzed to obtain genetic data. The secured database is populated with the genetic data obtained from biological samples. Users that previously submitted phenotypic data are prompted to submit new phenotypic data, and the secured database is populated with the received prompted new phenotypic data. The secured database is prompted with received unprompted new phenotypic data.

Polymorphisms Associated With Ion-Channel Disease

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US Patent:
2003016, Aug 28, 2003
Filed:
Aug 20, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/224683
Inventors:
John Sotos - Palo Alto CA,
Mark Curran - Newark CA,
Marco Guida - San Diego CA,
Hugh Rienhoff - San Carlos CA,
International Classification:
C12Q001/68
US Classification:
435/006000
Abstract:
The present invention provides methods and materials to identify genetic abnormalities that predispose an individual to ion-channel diseases. The invention provides four polymorphic sites in the KCNQ1 gene that cause reduced conductance of the associated potassium ion channel current and a variant form of the KCNE1 gene which causes decreased conductance though the channel. The variant form of KCNE1 also acts synergistically with variants of KCNQ1 to cause further decreased conductance than either variant alone. The invention further provides polymorphisms in ion channel genes showing a higher frequency in populations afflicted with ion channel diseases or within control groups. The detection of these polymorphic sites that produce the potassium ion channel protein variants in either heterozygous or homozygous form in a subject indicates that the subject has, or is susceptible to, ion channel diseases such as congenital or acquired cardiac arrhythmia, LQT syndrome, SIDS, epilepsy, or hearing loss.

Method And System For Populating A Database For Further Medical Characterization

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US Patent:
2003020, Nov 6, 2003
Filed:
Mar 13, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/805619
Inventors:
Hugh Rienhoff - San Carlos CA,
James Kean - Hillsborogh CA,
Hywel Jones - Palo Alto CA,
International Classification:
G06F017/30
G06F017/60
US Classification:
707/001000, 705/002000, 705/003000, 707/010000, 707/104100
Abstract:
A database is populated for further medical characterization through a world wide network of computers. The database is populated with a plurality of user health information from a plurality of users. The user health information includes genetic data and phenotypic data for a user. The database is populated at least in part through browsing activities of the plurality of users on the world wide network of computers.

Polymorphisms Associated With Ion-Channel Disease

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US Patent:
2005008, Apr 28, 2005
Filed:
Sep 15, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/942561
Inventors:
John Sotos - Palo Alto CA,
Mark Curran - Newark CA,
Marco Guida - San Diego CA,
Hugh Rienhoff - San Carlos CA,
International Classification:
C12Q001/68
US Classification:
435006000
Abstract:
The present invention provides methods and materials to identify genetic abnormalities that predispose an individual to ion-channel diseases. The invention provides four polymorphic sites in the KCNQ1 gene that cause reduced conductance of the associated potassium ion channel current and a variant form of the KCNE1 gene which causes decreased conductance though the channel. The variant form of KCNE1 also acts synergistically with variants of KCNQ1 to cause further decreased conductance than either variant alone. The invention further provides polymorphisms in ion channel genes showing a higher frequency in populations afflicted with ion channel diseases or within control groups. The detection of these polymorphic sites that produce the potassium ion channel protein variants in either heterozygous or homozygous form in a subject indicates that the subject has, or is susceptible to, ion channel diseases such as congenital or acquired cardiac arrhythmia, LQT syndrome, SIDS, epilepsy, or hearing loss.

Methods For Determining Single Nucleotide Variations

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US Patent:
2001004, Dec 6, 2001
Filed:
Feb 23, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/792413
Inventors:
Xiaohua Huang - Mountain View CA,
Michael Gilchrist - Cambridge,
L. Bentley - Alameda CA,
Hugh Rienhoff - San Carlos CA,
International Classification:
C12Q001/68
US Classification:
435/006000
Abstract:
The present invention provides a variety of methods for determining the identity of a nucleotide present at a variant site in a target nucleic acid. The methods involve conducting partial chain termination sequencing reactions of a target nucleic acid of interest conducted with the four deoxynucleotides but only one to three non-extendible nucleotides (i.e., analogs of dATP, dTTP, dGTP and dCTP that are non-extendible by a polymerase). The non-extendible nucleotide(s) utilized in the sequencing reactions are selected to be complementary to the bases potentially occupying the variant site of a target nucleic acid that serves as a template during sequencing. Analyses can also be performed in multiplex formats.
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