Alfonso Molina, MD (H/O)

Alfonso Molina, MD



Alfonso Molina was born and raised in the Bay Area. After graduating from high school, Alfonso attended the University of San Francisco and earned his bachelor's degree in Biology. He attended medical school at UCLA, where he participated in the Charles R. Drew and PRIME-LA programs. These programs allowed him to receive specialized training in working with underserved communities and focus on providing quality healthcare for those who are often neglected. At UCLA, Alfonso also earned a Master of Public Health with an emphasis in Health Policy and Management. He trained at Stanford University for his internship and residency. His research focuses on addressing health disparities and improving health outcomes for marginalized populations. Alfonso’s clinical focus is bone marrow transplantation and cellular therapy, and he has conducted research on how to increase access to these treatments and how they can be used to address health inequalities. In his free time, Alfonso enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife, Eva Molina, and their 7-month-old daughter, Natalia. They enjoy hiking, exploring the Bay Area, and sightseeing.