Travis Losey, MD, Loma Linda University School of Medicine

Losey appointed chair of the Department of Neurology

Loma Linda University School of Medicine has appointed Travis Losey, MD, as chair of the Department of Neurology. Losey joined the School of Medicine faculty in 2008 and currently serves as an associate professor of neurology, and previously served as vice-chair for the Department of Neurology. “Dr.
Francis Chan, MD, FAAP, FACP, as chair of the Department of Pediatrics.

Chan named chair of Department of Pediatrics

Loma Linda University School of Medicine has appointed Francis Chan, MD, FAAP, FACP, as chair of the Department of Pediatrics. He joined the School of Medicine faculty in 1998 and currently serves as an associate professor of medicine and pediatrics, and recently as vice chair for the Department of Pediatrics. “Dr. Chan continues the long-standing legacy of excellent pediatric care at Loma Linda. He follows in the footsteps of talented, committed department chairs that include Richard E. Chinnock, MD, John W. Mace, MD and Robert F.
Yamileth (Yami) Bazan, PhD, has been appointed associate dean for student affairs at Loma Linda University School of Medicine effective, September 13, 2021.

Loma Linda University School of Medicine welcomes new associate dean for student affairs

Yamileth (Yami) Bazan, PhD, has been appointed associate dean for student affairs at Loma Linda University School of Medicine effective, September 13, 2021. Bazan is an experienced leader and educator with a reputation of developing people, systems and organizations with her focus the past 14 years being implementing successful student affairs programs and initiatives.  “We are honored to have Dr. Bazan in this role and utilizing her diverse portfolio to bring insight and knowledge into the experiences, challenges and concerns of our students,” said Dr.
Laren Tan, MD

Dr. Laren Tan appointed assistant dean for continuing medical education

Loma Linda University School of Medicine has appointed Laren Tan, MD to serve as assistant dean for continuing medical education.   He joined the Loma Linda University faculty in 2015 and currently serves as an associate professor of medicine. “Dr. Tan will be instrumental in this role as we continue to improve and develop educational development opportunities for our faculty physicians,” said Dr.
Women in Medicine

Celebrating Women in Medicine Month

"I am proud of the LLUH women faculty physicians, resident physicians and medical students who make up this group.  My women colleagues are comprised of a group of immensely talented people who carry numerous expectations and gracefully navigate their busy lives.  I think of them as superheroes with the super power of connection with each other - a true village of support," said Dr. Tamara Thomas, dean
Michael Pecaut, PhD

Pecaut selected to serve on National Academies Committee for Space Research

Loma Linda University School of Medicine professor Michael Pecaut, PhD, is one of 18 scientists selected to serve on the Decadal Survey on Biological and Physical Sciences Research in Space 2023-2032 steering committee by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Pecaut is the vice chair of the division of biomedical engineering sciences and the co-director for the neuroscience, systems biology, and bioengineering program within the department of basic sciences at Loma Linda University School of Medicine. For over three decades, Pecaut has be
Class of 2025 White Coat Ceremeony

Medical students share what their white coat means to them

Students from Loma Linda University School of Medicine's class of 2025 took their first steps to becoming physicians during the White Coat Ceremony on Thursday, July 29, 2021. Below are student reflections about what their white coat means to them.    The hard work, and years of sacrifice from my parents to give me opportunities they never had. Both of my parents are immigrants, who migrated from Jamaica after getting married in hopes of a better life.
Increasing diversity in the health sciences is a major goal at Loma Linda University.

Photo Gallery: Health Disparities Summer Research Program

More than 40 research projects were presented at the 2021 Health Disparities Summer Research Poster Presentation, hosted by Loma Linda University School of Medicine’s Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine (CHDMM).  The research trainees were part of the ABC (high school), the UTP (undergraduate), MTP (Medicine) and IMSD (PhD) programs that have been engaged in basic, and translational biomedical research at the Department of Basic Sciences, the Lawrence D.
Research Trainees with CHDMM Faculty

Poster presentations highlight diversity and health disparities research

Increasing diversity in the health sciences is a major goal at Loma Linda University Health. An example of this effort will be highlighted next week during the Health Disparities Summer Research Poster Presentations, hosted by Loma Linda University School of Medicine’s Center for Health Disparities and Molecular Medicine (CHDMM). The event will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 3, in the Wong Kerlee International Conference Center, from 2 p.m.