Addressing the limitless spectrum of current and future health challenges requires a coalition of diverse leaders. Through equitable education and training, we hope to achieve optimal outcomes for our future physicians and physician-scientists as well as the populations they serve.
UCLA has a robust system of reporting and support resources for those in need of guidance, counseling or resolution services.
These range from confidential counseling and anonymous reporting to mental health support and emergency services.
Our educational approach inspires students to become lifelong champions of equitable healthcare.
One of the most important priorities at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (DGSOM) is to provide students with the very highest quality learning experiences.
UCLA values diversity and inclusivity because it enriches our work, fosters community and promotes excellence.
UCLA Entering Mentoring Training Program is a 10-week curriculum based on: “Entering Mentoring: A Seminar to Train a New Generation of Scientists”
The series is facilitated by Dr. Azurdia, who leads student centered learning where participants consider a range of topics on academic culture and challenges.
GPB is committed to an inclusive environment where students from diverse backgrounds are trained as leaders in the biomedical and life sciences.