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UCLA Ranks In Nation’s Top 10 Medical Schools, Reports 2016 Survey by U.S. News & World Report

Dr.  John C. Mazziotta UCLA's David Geffen School of Medicine anked No. 7 among 57 accredited U.S. medical schools, according to "U.S. News & World Report'"s 2016 survey of the best medical schools for primary care in the U.S.  UCLA also received high marks in clinical specialty training programs, ranking No. 3 in geriatrics and No. 8 in AIDS.  In the publication’s rating of the best medical schools for research, UCLA ranked No. 13, based largely on funding from the National Institutes of Health. Read More

CHLA Commits $50 Million To Expand Center For Personalized Medicine

Alexander R. Judkins, MD Children’s Hospital Los Angeles will make an institutional commitment of $50 million to expand its Center for Personalized Medicine. The investment, hospital officicals say, in leading-edge research and innovation will help unlock the human genome’s potential with the goal of making diagnoses more effective, therapies more targeted and health care more personalized for children. Read More