The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars program at UCLA fosters the development of physician-leaders who will transform health and health care in this country. Scholars will be equipped to work with communities, organizations, practitioners and policy makers to conduct innovative research important to enhancing the health and well being in these communities. The program’s major focus emphasizes community-based research and leadership training.
|Current Scholar/Alumni News
Christoph Lee (UCLA CSP) was appointed by the American College of Radiology (ACR) to serve a five-year term as a member of the newly-formed ACR Commission on Human Resources. As the youngest member of the ten-member national commission, Dr. Lee will be charged with examining and developing recommendations in regards to the most pressing issues facing the radiologist workforce over the coming decade.
Raymond Perry (UCLA CSP) partnered with the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health on a CBPR project entitled “Health Awareness Program – High School STD Testing.” This project was selected for the “Top Ten Award” by the County of Los Angeles Quality and Productivity Commission, which showcases the “best in County Service.”
Christine Bower Baca (UCLA CSP 08-11) was awarded a $50,000 grant from the Epilepsy Foundation of America Targeted Research Initiative for Youth for her project, “Risk factors for delayed pediatric resective epilepsy surgery over time.”