Kojima N, Roshani A, Baca A, Klausner JD. Vaccinated Individuals With Prior COVID-19 Have Lower Risk of Incident SARS-CoV-2 Infection When Compared With Vaccinated Individuals[...]

By rosaguerrero • May 23, 2022

Baxter-King R, Brown JR, Enos RD, Naeim A, Vavreck L. How local partisan context conditions prosocial behaviors: Mask wearing during COVID-19. Proc Natl Acad Sci[...]

By rosaguerrero • May 18, 2022

As an academic department of medicine, one of our core missions is ensuring that we train the next generation of physicians. Although our immediate focus[...]

By • May 16, 2022

Tenforde MW, Patel MM, Ginde AA, Douin DJ, Talbot HK, Casey JD, Mohr NM, Zepeski A, Gaglani M, McNeal T, Ghamande S, Shapiro NI, Gibbs[...]

By rosaguerrero • May 9, 2022

This has been a meaningful week for the department of medicine (DoM) in many ways. I will start with last Wednesday’s visit from the US Centers[...]

By • May 9, 2022

Tobin NH, Yang OO. Coronavirus Disease 2019 Vaccine Dosage in Children, Adolescents, and Young Adults: Is Less More? Open Forum Infect Dis. 2022 May 1;9(7):ofac222.[...]

By sjmartinez • May 1, 2022

This is a special time of year for us in the department of medicine (DoM). The current chief residents are winding down and preparing to[...]

By • April 25, 2022

Faculty in the department of medicine (DoM), not only deliver best in class health care, but we also lead in making discoveries that will shape[...]

By • April 18, 2022

Last weekend I joined the Pacemakers running club for a 7K run on Santa Monica beach. As you know this is a running group that[...]

By • April 11, 2022

I went to New York to teach a class over the weekend. For the past decade I have been leading an NIH funded program that is[...]

By • March 28, 2022