The Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA is seeking to hire a Health Sciences Clinical Instructor, BC/BE Infectious Disease specialist, CA medical licensed/licensable, who is interested in full-time academic clinical practice in transplant infectious diseases. The position involves inpatient and outpatient ID at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, encompassing a range of patient populations including immunocompromised patients with a focus on transplant recipients. Opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration, clinical research, and resident and fellow teaching are available. Transplant ID experience preferred. Please go here to apply.
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ID Division Chief Dr. Judith Currier is featured in an article in Infectious Disease News titled "Women in ID push against glass ceiling."
The Infectious Disease Society of America recently awarded an Antimicrobial Centers of Excellence designation to UCLA Health in recognition of its program designed to enhance the quality of patient care and reduce resistance to antibiotic medications.
Infectious Diseases (ID) specialists are medical detectives.
They are called upon by other physicians to help diagnose the most complex and elusive cases and to develop strategies to prevent and treat a wide range of diseases affecting all parts of the body.
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