Dr. Jennifer Logan grew up in Virginia but has always loved California and made it her goal to one day settle here, where she is thrilled to work at UCLA as a Health Sciences Assistant Professor. She first obtained her undergraduate degree in Molecular Psychobiology at the State University of New York in Binghamton where she graduated summa cum laude. She completed her Doctorate of Medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and her Family Medicine residency at UCLA.
Dr. Logan provides comprehensive primary care for patients of all ages, from newborns to the elderly. She is trained in full-spectrum family medicine including chronic disease, routine physicals, men's and women's health and urgent care as well as procedures such as joint injections, skin biopsies, IUD placements, Nexplanon, and laceration repair. She is passionate about women's health and psychiatry and has presented lectures on women's health to physicians in Bali, Indonesia. In addition to her primary care practice, she also serves as a physician for the Iris Cantor-UCLA Women's Health Center.
Dr. Logan has continued UCLA's tradition of teaching by launching the UCLA Department of Medicine South Bay Grand Rounds series, in which a range of specialists provide lectures to UCLA physicians regarding the most up-to date clinical medicine. She regularly precepts medical students and provides frequent Grand Rounds lectures as well as educational talks throughout the Greater Los Angeles community.
Outside of her practice, Dr. Logan enjoys working as physician advisor for the Redondo Unified High School Biomedical Curriculum for students interested in a career in health sciences. Dr. Logan also publishes regularly in the Proceedings of UCLA Healthcare.
When not working, Dr. Logan enjoys running in local 5Ks and spending as much of her time as possible in the California sunshine.