Dr. Thanh Neville obtained her medical degree from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA in 2005. She also completed her residency in Internal Medicine and subspecialty training in Pulmonary and Critical Care at UCLA. She subsequently obtained her Masters of Sciences in Health Services from the UCLA School of Public Health. She joined the faculty at UCLA in 2012 and is currently an Assistant Professor in the Division of Pulmonary Critical Care.
Dr. Neville sees general pulmonary patients in the outpatient setting as well as attends in the Medical Intensive Care Unit. Her research interest is in improving the quality of care at the end of life in the ICU.
Medical Board Certifications
- Ethics in the ICU
- Palliative Care in the ICU
In the News
*Note: News website links may expire without notice.CBS 2 News: People Making a Difference UCLA Health Program Aims To Make Final Moments Easier For Patients And Family - A Wish At A Time, August 2020.
Hospital's 3 Wishes Project aims to make end of life gentle, peaceful - wndu.com
3 Wishes Project brings dignity to dying patients - UCLA Newsroom
Five academic researchers awarded grants by Gary and Mary West Foundation to advance palliative care - csupalliativecare.org
Providing futile treatment prevents other patients from receiving the critical care they need - UCLA Newsroom
Researchers assess frequency, cost of critical care treatments seen as 'futile' by doctors - UCLA Newsroom
- "100 in 100" Trailblazing Women of UCLA Health (August 2020)
- One in a Million Award to UCLA 3 Wishes Team for service to others
- NIH NIA K23 Career Development Award: Understanding Inappropriate Treatment In Critically Ill Older Patients
- NIH Loan Repayment Program
- CSU Palliative Care Institute: Evaluate 3 Wishes Intervention in the UCLA MICU