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CURRICULUM VITAE - Riverside Community Hospital
CURRICULUM VITAE
Elizabeth H. Morrison-Banks, M.D., M.S.Ed.
Health Sciences Clinical Professor of Neurology
Director, Multiple Sclerosis Program
University of California, Riverside School of Medicine
4445 Magnolia Avenue, Riverside, CA 92501
951-788-3124 ● [email protected] ● http://medschool.ucr.edu/
EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
2011-14
Resident Physician, Department of Neurology
Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
2004-05
Fellow, Multiple Sclerosis Treatment Center
University of California, Irvine
2000-04
Generalist Physician Faculty Scholar
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
1996-98
Master of Science in Education (M.S.Ed.)
University of Southern California School of Medicine
1995-96
Chief residency (during final year of residency)
Ventura County Medical Center
1994-96
Family medicine residency
Ventura County Medical Center
1993-94
Family medicine internship
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center
1988-92
M.D., Brown University School of Medicine
1981-85
B.A. with Honors, Brown University
LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATIONS
Licensure
California: G79545, DEA: FM3766461
1996, 2003, 2013
American Board of Family Medicine
2014
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
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PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
2016 --
Director, Multiple Sclerosis Program
Neurology Content Coordinator
University of California, Riverside School of Medicine
Responsible for developing a new neurology residency program
while coordinating neurology education for medical students at the
UCR School of Medicine. Developing a comprehensive multiple
sclerosis center serving a catchment area of more than 2000
people living with multiple sclerosis in Inland Southern California,
including CONNECT-MS (Clinicians’ Online Neurology Network
Empowering Communities through Telemedicine – Multiple
Sclerosis, a telemedicine medicine program serving five medically
underserved counties).
2014 – 2016
Staff Physician, Neurology and Neuroimmunology
Neuroscience Center, Ventura County Medical Center
Developed a new multiple sclerosis practice at a tertiary care
medical center, provided neuro-hospitalist services, staffed general
neurology clinic and taught resident physicians.
2010 – 2011
Director of Medical Student Education and Faculty
Development, Eisenhower Medical Center, Rancho Mirage, CA
Led faculty development and medical student education at a new
teaching hospital. Developed the first multi-disciplinary multiple
sclerosis center in Riverside County.
2008 – 2009
Staff Physician, Cascadia Multiple Sclerosis Center and
Northwest Neurology, Bellingham, WA
Provided comprehensive clinical care and educational programs for
patients with multiple sclerosis in collaborative neurology practice.
Assisted with development of multiple sclerosis center for
research, education and clinical care in Northwest Washington.
2005 – 2012
Project Scientist, Program in Geriatrics (2009—)
Associate Dean for Clinical Science Education (2006-2008)
Director, Dean’s College of Medical Educators (2006-2008)
Research Director, Department of Family Medicine (2005-2008)
University of California, Irvine School of Medicine
Conducted contract-funded multiple sclerosis research. Obtained
and managed research and training grants, ran research mentoring
program. Maintain clinical practice at Los Angeles County-USC
Multiple Sclerosis Clinic. As Associate Dean, oversaw clinical
curriculum for all medical students at the UC-Irvine School of
Medicine, directed UC-Irvine’s academy of medical educators.
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1998 – 2005
Director of Predoctoral Education
Department of Family Medicine
University of California, Irvine College of Medicine
Directed Department’s medical student programs and conducted
research on clinical teaching. Obtained and managed grants,
directed clinical medicine course for first-year medical students.
Saw patients and taught at federally-qualified health center.
1996 – 1998
Faculty Member, Memorial Family Medicine Residency
Long Beach Memorial Medical Center
Developed and administered family-centered perinatal curriculum
for family medicine residents, served as core clinical teacher,
maintained busy family practice.
1992 – 1993
National President, American Medical Student Association
Led national organization of 30,000 physicians-in-training.
Responsible for a budget of $2.2 million. Oversaw Board of
Trustees and all organizational initiatives.
1986 – 1988
Planning and Education Associate
Rhode Island Division of Mental Health
Coordinated mental health policy initiatives and education projects
for the State of Rhode Island. Obtained ~ $1 million in federal and
state grants. Served as consultant for state mental health systems.
1985 – 1986
Staff Assistant for Women’s Concerns, Brown University
Oversaw university-wide programs for undergraduate women,
including women’s health issues, advocacy, and support groups.
ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS
2016 --
Health Sciences Clinical Professor of Neurology
University of California, Riverside School of Medicine
2009 –
Project Scientist, Program in Geriatrics
UC-Irvine School of Medicine
2005 – 2011
Voluntary Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology
Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California
2008 – 2009
Voluntary Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine
UC-Irvine School of Medicine
2002 – 2011
Associate Professor of Clinical Family Medicine (2002-2011)
and Medicine (2006—), UC-Irvine School of Medicine
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1997 – 2002
Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine, UC-Irvine
1996 – 1998
Voluntary Assistant Clinical Professor of Family Medicine, UCLA
SELECTED PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS AND COMMITTEES
2014 –
Clinical Advisory Committee, National Multiple Sclerosis Society,
Southern California and Nevada Chapter
2012 –
Multiple Sclerosis Outcomes Assessments Consortium
2009 –
Medical director and program staff, Can Do MS
2008 – 2011
Board of Directors
American Medical Student Association/Foundation
2007 – 2010
MS Technology Collaborative Steering Committee
(National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Bayer and Microsoft)
2006
Reviewer, Intervention Research Grants to Promote the Health of
People with Disabilities, Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention
2006
Strategic Planning Team, National Multiple Sclerosis
Society, Southern California Chapter
2005 – 2006
Disability Rights Workshop Committee
Dayle McIntosh Center for the Disabled
2003 – 2004
Chair, AAMC Section for Graduate Medical Education
Western Group on Educational Affairs
2001 – 2004
Family Medicine Curriculum Project Advisory Committee
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
2001 – 2003
Chair, Residents’ Teaching Skills Project Group
AAMC Section for Graduate Medical Education
2000 – 2002
Research Committee, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
1998 – 2001
Group Leader, Faculty Development Fellowship University of
Southern California School of Medicine
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1998 – 2000
Co-Chair, Group on Family-Centered Perinatal Care
Member, Legislative Affairs Committee
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
1996 – 1998
Research Project Evaluation Committee
Long Beach Memorial Medical Center
1994 – 1996
Advisory Council, National Health Service Corps
HONORS AND AWARDS
2010
Outstanding Community Partner
National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Southern California Chapter
2006, 2005
Orange County Physicians of Excellence
Orange Coast Magazine
2006, 2004
Excellence in Teaching Award, UC-Irvine School of Medicine
2005
Honorable Mention, Best Research Paper Award
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine
2003
Outstanding Oral Presentation, AAMC Western
Group on Educational Affairs (for research paper)
2003
UC-Irvine College of Medicine, Office of Educational Affairs
MVP Outstanding Service Award
2002
T. Hale Ham Award for New Investigators
Research in Medical Education Committee, GEA
Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)
2001
Family Physician of the Year
California Academy of Family Physicians
2001
Nominee, AAMC Humanism in Medicine Award
2000
Award for Excellence, AAMC Western Group on Educational
Affairs (for research paper presentation)
2000
Gender Equity Award
American Medical Women’s Association, UC-Irvine Chapter
1999
Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award
Department of Family Medicine, UC-Irvine
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1999
Special Achievement Award, Maternal and Child Health
California Department of Health Services
1996
First Place, Clinical Reviews and Research in Family Practice,
American Academy of Family Physicians
1990
Searle Distinguished Student Health Professional Award,
International Society on Hypertension in Blacks
1985
Phi Beta Kappa, Brown University
1985
Harvey A. Baker Fellowship, Brown University
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
American Academy of Neurology
Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
RESEARCH SUPPORT
Principal investigator: Clinicians’ Online Neurology Network Empowering Communities
through Telemedicine – Multiple Sclerosis (CONNECT-MS), $100,000 grant from
Genentech (2016 – 2018).
Principal investigator: The Challenge of Giving Care to People with Multiple Sclerosis,
$329,934 contract from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society (2009 – 2012).
Research director: Research Mentoring Program, $607,791 grant from the Health
Resources and Services Administration (2004 – 2007).
Principal investigator: Ratings of Perceived Exertion during Aerobic Exercise in
Multiple Sclerosis, $40,000 grant from National Multiple Sclerosis Society (2005–06).
Project director: Improving the Health and Well-Being of People Aging with
Disabilities, $193,406 grant from the California Endowment (2005–06).
Co-investigator: Multiple Sclerosis Training in Primary Care, $110,000 grant from Teva
Neuroscience (2005–06).
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Principal investigator: Competency-Related Education and Targeted Evaluation
(CREATE), $640,000 grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration
(2003–06).
Principal investigator: A Randomized, Controlled Trial of a Longitudinal Residentsas-Teachers Curriculum, $240,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Generalist Physician Faculty Scholars Program (2000–05).
Principal investigator: Bringing Education & Service Together (BEST), $564,907 grant
from the Health Resources and Services Administration (2000–03).
Principal investigator: Medical Education in Doctoring for the 21st Century, $613,440
grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration (2000–03).
PUBLICATIONS
Peer-reviewed publications:
1. Al Achkar M, Hanauer M, Morrison EH, Davies MK and Oh RC. Changing trends in
residents-as-teachers across graduate medical education. Adv Med Educ Pract.
2017;8:299-306.
2. Shapiro J, Wiglesworth A, Morrison EH. Views on disclosing mistreatment: a focus
group study of differences between people with MS and their caregivers. Mult Scler
Related Disorders. 2013;2:96-102.
3. Julian KA, Appelle N, O’Sullivan PS, Morrison EH, Wamsley M. The impact of an
objective structured teaching evaluation on faculty teaching skills. Teach Learn Med.
2012;24:3-7.
4. Gaffaney CA, Saul LL, Rumney PJ, Morrison EH, Thomas S, Nageotte MP, Wing
DA. Outpatient oral misoprostol for prolonged pregnancies: a pilot investigation. Am
J Perinatol. 2009;26:673-677.
5. Lie D, Boker J, Dow E, Murata P, Encinas J, Gutierrez D, Morrison EH. Attributes of
effective community preceptors for pre-clerkship medical students. Med Teach.
2009;31:251-259.
6. Morrison EH, Cooper D, White LJ, Leu SY, Larson J and Ng AV. Ratings of
perceived exertion during aerobic exercise in multiple sclerosis. Arch Phys Med
Rehab. 2008;89:1570-1574.
7. Morrison EH, George V, Mosqueda L. Primary care for adults with physical
disabilities: perceptions from consumer and provider focus groups. Fam Med.
2008;40:645-651.
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8. Teherani A, O'Sullivan P, Aagaard EM, Morrison EH, Irby DM. Student
perceptions of the One Minute Preceptor and traditional preceptor models.
Med Teacher 2007;29:323-327.
9. Kutner JA, Westfall JM, Morrison EH, Beach MC, Jacobs EA, Rosenblatt RA.
Facilitating collaboration among academic generalist disciplines: a call to
action. Ann Fam Med. 2006;4:172-176.
10. Wamsley MA, Julian KA, Vener MH, Morrison EH. Using an objective
structured teaching evaluation (OSTE) for faculty development. Med Educ.
2005;39:1160-1161.
11. Morrison EH, Shapiro J, Harthill M. Resident physicians’ understanding of
their roles as clinical teachers. Med Educ. 2005;39:137-144.
12. Morrison EH, Hitchcock MA, Harthill M, Boker JR, Masunaga H. The on-line
Clinical Teaching Perception Inventory®: a “snapshot” of medical teachers.
Fam Med. 2005;37:48-53.
13. Morrison EH, Rucker L, Boker JR, Gabbert CC, Hubbell FA, Hitchcock MA,
Prislin MD. The effect of a 13-hour curriculum to improve residents'
teaching skills: a randomized trial. Ann Intern Med. 2004;141:257-263.
14. Morrison EH, Lewis EM, Gabbert CC, Boker JR, Kumar B, Harthill M.
Evaluating a “service elective” in clinical teaching for medical students. Med
Teacher. 2004;25:662-663.
15. Shapiro J, Morrison EH, Boker J. Teaching empathy to first-year medical
students: evaluation of an elective literature and medicine course. Educ
Health. 2004;17:73-84.
16. Morrison EH, Rucker L, Boker JR, Hollingshead J, Hitchcock MA, Prislin MD,
Hubbell FA. A pilot randomized, controlled trial of a longitudinal residents-asteachers curriculum. Acad Med. 2003;78:722-729.
17. Shapiro J, Hollingshead J, Morrison E. Self-perceived attitudes and skills of
cultural competence: a comparison of family medicine and internal medicine
residents. Med Teacher. 2003;25:327-329.
18. Steyer TE, Ravenell R, Mainous AG, Blue AV, Chessman A, Morrison EH. Medical
student participation valuable. Fam Med. 2003;35:7.
19. Morrison EH, Boker JR, Hollingshead J, Prislin MD, Hitchcock MA, Litzelman DK.
Reliability and validity of an objective structured teaching examination for generalist
resident teachers. Acad Med. 2002;77:S29-S32.
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20. Morrison EH, Hollingshead J, Hubbell FA, Hitchcock MA, Rucker L, Prislin
MD. Reach out and teach someone: generalist residents’ needs for teaching
skills development. Fam Med. 2002;34:445-450.
21. Morrison EH, McLaughlin C, Rucker L. Medical students’ note taking in a
medical biochemistry course. Med Educ. 2002;36:384-386.
22. Shapiro J, Hollingshead J, Morrison EH. Primary care resident, faculty, and
patient views of barriers to cultural competence and the skills needed to
overcome them. Med Educ. 2002;36:749-759.
23. Fields SA, Morrison EH, Yoder E, Krane K, Agresta T, Esham R, McCurdy F,
Rosen J, Shumway J. Clerkship directors’ perceptions of the impact of HCFA
documentation guidelines. Acad Med. 2002;77:543-546.
24. Morrison EH, Friedland JA, Boker J, Rucker L, Hollingshead J, Murata P.
Residents-as-teachers training in U.S. residency programs and offices of graduate
medical education. Acad Med. 2001;76:S1-S4.
25. Rucker L, Morrison EH. A longitudinal communication skills initiative for an
academic health system. Med Educ. 2001;35:1087-1088.
26. Morrison EH, Garman KA, Friedland JA. A national Web site for residents as
teachers. Acad Med. 2001;76:544-545.
27. Prislin MD, Morrison E, Giglio M, Truong P, Radecki S. Patient perceptions of
medical students in a longitudinal family medicine clerkship. Fam Med.
2001;33:187-191.
28. Morrison EH, Rucker L, Prislin M, Castro C. A lack of correlation of residents’
academic performance and teaching skills. Am J Med. 2000;109:238-240.
29. Rucker L and Morrison EH. The “EBM Rx”: an initial experience with an
evidence-based learning prescription. Acad Med. 2000;75:527-528.
30. Morrison EH and Hafler JP. Yesterday a learner, today a teacher too: residents as
teachers in 2000. Pediatr. 2000;105:238-241.
31. Scherger JE, Rucker L, Morrison EH, Cygan RW, and Hubbell FA. The primary
care specialties working together: a model of success in an academic environment.
Acad Med. 2000;75:693-698.
32. Morrison EH. Common peripartum emergencies. Am Fam Phys. 1998;58:15931604.
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33. Morrison EH. Controversies in women’s health maintenance. Am Fam Phys.
1997;551283-90.
Peer-reviewed abstracts:
34. Morrison EH, Ng AV, Cooper DM, Larson J and White LJ. Ratings of perceived
exertion during aerobic exercise in multiple sclerosis. Neurol. 2007;68 (Suppl
1):A120.
Other selected publications:
35. Morrison EH, Giesser BS. Primary Care in MS (Clinical Bulletin). 2014;
New York: National Multiple Sclerosis Society (http://www.nationalmssociety.org/
NationalMSSociety/media/MSNationalFiles/Brochures/Clinical-Bulletin-PrimaryCare-5-5-14.pdf).
36. Gibbs L, Morrison EH, Mosqueda L. Care of Adults with Disabilities (American
Academy of Family Physicians Home Study Monograph). 2006; Leawood,
KS: American Academy of Family Physicians.
37. Birk K, Morrison EH. General health and well-being. In Multiple Sclerosis:
A Guide for Families, 3rd Ed. 2006; Kalb RC, Ed. New York: Demos.
SELECTED PRESENTATIONS
International and national presentations:
“Clinicians’ Online Neurology Network Empowering Communities through Telemedicine
– Multiple Sclerosis (CONNECT-MS)”, poster presentation, Consortium of Multiple
Sclerosis Centers Annual Meeting (2017)
”“Integration of Neurology and Primary Care in the Management of Advanced Multiple
Sclerosis”, invited presentation for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Chicago,
IL (2016)
“Which Disabilities Matter to MS Patients”, invited speaker for opening session, First
Annual Workshop, Multiple Sclerosis Outcome Assessments Consortium, US Food
and Drug Administration, Bethesda, MD (2013)
“Caregiver Mistreatment of People with Advanced Multiple Sclerosis: A Pilot Study of
Prevalence and Associated Characteristics”, poster presentation, American
Academy of Neurology annual meeting (2012)
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“Prioritizing Your Health”, MS Can Do, Roanoke, VA (2010)
“Giving Feedback to Learners in Difficulty”, University of Washington School of Medicine
(2010)
“The Resident as Teacher/El Residente Como Docente”, Faculty of Medicine, National
Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City (2010)
Speaker, National Leadership Conference, National Multiple Sclerosis Society (2009)
“Multiple Sclerosis”, Patient Power radio show, KVI/Seattle (2008)
“Ratings of Perceived Exertion during Aerobic Exercise in Multiple Sclerosis”,
poster presentation, American Academy of Neurology annual meeting (2007)
“Introduction to the Objective Structured Teaching Evaluation (OSTE)—A Novel Tool
for Evaluating Teaching Skills”, Society of General Internal Medicine (2006)
“Qualities of Good Precepting: Merging Peer Review and Other Measures”, poster
presentation, Association of American Medical Colleges (2006)
“Linking Community Preceptors and Students through Education”, STFM (2006)
“Professionalism and Interpersonal Skills: Teaching Residents to Teach”, two-day
workshop, University of Kansas School of Medicine (2005)
“Training Residents in Clinical Teaching Skills”, Association of American Medical
Colleges (2003) and Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (2004)
“Bringing Education & Service Together (BEST): A Pilot Randomized, Controlled
Trial of a Longitudinal Residents-as-Teachers Curriculum”, American
Educational Research Association (2003)
“Medical Education in Doctoring for the 21st Century (MED-21)”, STFM (2003)
“Reflections on a Residents-as-Teachers Program”, invited grand rounds,
Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto (2002)
“Reliability and Validity of an Objective Structured Teaching Examination for Generalist
Resident Teachers”, Association of American Medical Colleges (2002)
“’Best Evidence in Residency Education’ (BERE) for Residents as Teachers”,
AAMC Group on Educational Affairs (2002)
“Reach Out and Teach Someone: Generalist Residents’ Needs for Clinical
Teaching Skills Development”, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (2002)
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“Collaborative Research in Predoctoral Education”, Society of Teachers of Family
Medicine (2002)
“Residents-as-Teachers Training in U.S. Residency Programs and Offices of Graduate
Medical Education”, AAMC Research in Medical Education Conference (2001)
“Successful Interdisciplinary Collaboration in a Predoctoral Training Grant”, Society of
Teachers of Family Medicine (2001)
“Bringing Education & Service Together”, Title VII poster session, Society of Teachers
of Family Medicine (2001)
“A National Web Site for Residents as Teachers”, poster presentation, Society of
Teachers of Family Medicine (2001)
“’Evidence-Based Medical Education’: Where Are We Headed?”, Society of Teachers
of Family Medicine (2001)
“The ‘EBM RX’: An Initial Experience with an Evidence-Based Learning Prescription”,
Association of American Medical Colleges (2000)
“A National Web Site for Residents as Teachers”, Association of American Medical
Colleges and North American Primary Care Research Group (2000)
“A Lack of Correlation of Residents’ Academic Performance and Teaching Skills”,
Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (2000)
“The Lone Ranger(ette) Rides Again”, Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (1999)
“Teaching the Shoulder Dystocia Workstation”, Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics
Instructor Course (1999, 1998)
“Obstetrics for the Family Physician” and “Rethinking Resident Evaluation”, American
Academy of Family Physicians (1998)
“Mammography, Pap Testing and Hormone Replacement Therapy,” Home Study
Self-Assessment audio series, American Academy of Family Physicians (1997)
“Teaching Linkages: Powerful Recruitment and Retention Tools”, National
Association of Community Health Centers (1992)
“Preparing New Practitioners for Generalist Careers in Underserved Communities”,
National Health Service Corps Conference (1992)
“Issues and Strategies to Link Training and Service in Community Health Centers,”
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Association of American Medical Colleges (1991)
Regional and local presentations:
“Beyond Diagnosis: Innovations in Multiple Sclerosis Care”, Neuro Vitality Center, Palm
Springs, CA (2016)
“Providing Great Primary Care in Multiple Sclerosis”, Family Medicine Grand Rounds,
Ventura County Medical Center, Ventura, CA (2015)
“New Disease-Modifying Therapies for Multiple Sclerosis”, National MS Society,
Southern California & Nevada Chapter and Ventura County Medical Center (2014)
“Multiple Sclerosis Update”, 3rd Annual Eisenhower Neuroscience Institute (2011)
“Clinical Teaching Skills”, USC-Keck School of Medicine workshops (2/2010, 12/2010)
“Symptom Management”, National MS Society, Southern California Chapter (2010)
“Clinical Trials”, “Living Well with MS” and “Symptom Management in Multiple
Sclerosis”, Bellingham, WA (2008 – 2009)
“Staying Well with Multiple Sclerosis” and “Permanecer Bien con la Esclerosis
Multiple”, Bilingual Family Day, National Multiple Sclerosis Society (2007)
Keynote speaker, Chief Residents’ Retreat, UCLA School of Medicine (2004 – 2006)
“Aging with Disabilities”, Orange County Senior Citizens Advisory Council (2006)
“Role of a Wellness Program in Progressive Multiple Sclerosis”, Marilyn Hilton MS
Achievement Center at UCLA/National MS Society (2005)
“Your Health—Beyond Multiple Sclerosis”, National MS Society (2004)
Keynote speaker, White Coat Ceremony, UC-Irvine College of Medicine (2001)
Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics, provider and instructor courses (1997-2000)
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
2005-2014
2005-2008
2002–
1999-2004
Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
Dayle McIntosh Center for the Disabled
National Multiple Sclerosis Society
Clinica Carino and UC-Irvine Family Health Center, Santa Ana, CA
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1996-1998
1992-1993
Westside Neighborhood Clinic, Long Beach, CA
Physician volunteer in inner-city Washington, DC
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