PED-1190 is a private practitioner in behavioral and developmental medicine. Previously, he was medical director for a local center for developmental medicine in Southern California. PED-1190 was also spokesman on marrow donation and marrow transplant issues on prominent national, regional and international TV-radio broadcasts and print media articles. He is a medicolegal expert witness with expertise in pediatrics, child development and family dynamics, especially as related to behavioral and learning problems, family dysfunction, separation and divorce.
Fellow, Ambulatory Pediatrics and Child Development, LAC-USC Medical Center
Resident, Pediatrics, Childrenâ€™s Hospital of Los Angeles
Internship, Pediatrics, Childrenâ€™s Hospital of Los Angeles
M.P.H., UCLA School of Public Health, Division of Health Services Administration (concurrent
M.D.-M.P.H. joint degree program, including courses in the UCLA School of Law and UCLA Graduate School of Management)
M.D., UCLA School of Medicine (included special fellowship in predoctoral clinical study in association with the Yale School of Medicine, awarded by the American Society of Anesthesiology)