Do not come to work if you have been asked to work remotely:
Some personnel assigned to essential roles that need to be conducted on campus will need to continue to work on campus, and we are working with supervisors to define and identify these roles and personnel.
Please note: Postdoctoral scholars may be asked but cannot be mandated to serve as essential personnel.
If you have specific concerns or questions related to your training situation or work requirements, please reach out to your mentor. If your mentor is out of reach or you need to escalate a concern above your mentor, please contact Greg Payne or Lynn Talton.
If you have further concerns or if issues arise, contact Graduate Division at email@example.com or (310) 825-3819 and you will be connected with the appropriate resource.
The Faculty and Staff Counseling Center is available to support you. Your physician may also be able to refer you in-person or web-based counseling resources.
There are other support and wellness resources available to you virtually during this time. See all support services for the DGSOM community →
We are living in a unique period in history with the COVID-19 pandemic. It's a time when we need to come together as a community of scientists and physician-scientists, and scientists in training. We must refocus all of our shared activities toward our mission as an academic medical center and focus on the public health imperatives that are needed to flatten the curve of the spread of COVID-19.
For more information, please see all town halls, taskforces in various areas, and contact information for each →