Hometown: San Francisco, CA
Undergraduate: UCB, BA Physics and English
Medical School: University of Queensland School of Medicine
Residency: Anesthesiology, Illinois Advocate Masonic Medical Center
Why I chose UCLA: I loved how friendly and team-oriented everyone was and appreciated the focus on providing the best multidisciplinary care to our pediatric patients.
Dr. Elizabeth Kremen loves exploring, near and abroad, and has visited over 30 countries. She enjoys finding new restaurants and local cultural events. She appreciates the outdoors and has hiked the Salkantay Trail in Peru and backpacked the Routeburn Track in New Zealand.
Hometown: Montreal, Quebec/Cupertino, California
Undergraduate: UCLA, BS Neuroscience
Medical School: Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine
Residency: Anesthesiology, University of Southern California/LAC+USC Medical Center
Why I chose UCLA: I'm a strong believer in having a proper and healthy environment to learn. I chose UCLA because of their enthusiasm in fellow education, the myriad of complexity in cases, and the resources for career advancement. I felt that UCLA would provide me with all those things on top of being part of an amazing pediatric anesthesia family. I wanted to come to a program with faculty who were as excited (if not more) than I was to come into work. It was an easy pick, as I have heard strong impressions from previous alumni who also had a great work-life balance.
Dr. Jean Vo emigrated to the US from Montreal when he was 11 years old and spoke French as his first language. He is a culinary enthusiast and enjoys learning about culinary arts and various food cultures. Dr. Vo’s interests also include sport and fitness events (including golf, football, basketball, and nature explorations).