37 of LA BioMed's researchers honored as Southern California Super Doctors

December 21, 2009

LOS ANGELES (Dec. 21, 2009) - Los Angeles Magazine, in its January issue, will name 37 of the physician-researchers at Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute (LA BioMed) to be among Southern California Super Doctors.

To compile the list, Key Professional Media, Inc., an independent firm, surveyed medical professionals in Orange and Los Angeles counties, asking: "If you needed medical care, which doctor would you choose?" Their answers, along with a review of Southern California physicians' accomplishments and recognitions, produced the 2010 list of Southern California Super Doctors.

The list includes physicians from a wide range of specialties, including cardiology, neurology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, internal medicine, nephrology, neurology, oncology, obstetrics/gynecology, otolaryngology, surgery, pediatrics, psychiatry, immunology and urology.

"Congratulations to the LA BioMed investigators who received this well-deserved recognition as Southern California Super Doctors," said LA BioMed President and CEO David I. Meyer, PhD. "These dedicated researchers are leaders in their respective fields and representative of the talent at LA BioMed."

Following is a list of the LA BioMed researchers named Super Doctors in the Los Angeles Magazine's January 2010 issue:

  1. Sharon G. Adler, MD
  2. Thomas L. Anderson, Jr., MD
  3. Marie H. Beall MD
  4. Carol D. Berkowitz, MD
  5. Matthew J. Budoff, MD
  6. Rinaldo F. Canalis, MD
  7. Richard Casaburi, MD, PhD
  8. Rowan T. Chlebowski, MD, PhD
  9. Eric S. Daar, MD
  10. Christian M. de Virgilio, MD
  11. Carlos E. Donayre, MD
  12. John E. Edwards, Jr., MD
  13. Terri A. Edwards-Lee, MD
  14. Viktor E. Eysselein, MD
  15. William J. French, MD
  16. Kenneth R. Huff, MD
  17. Eli Ipp, MD
  18. Adam J. Jonas, MD
  19. Margaret A. Keller, MD
  20. Siri Linda Kjos, MD
  21. Wai-Nang Paul Lee, MD
  22. Ira M. Lesser, MD
  23. Gregory R. Mason, MD
  24. Chrisanna M. Mink, MD
  25. Frederick S. Mishkin, MD
  26. Anita L. Nelson, MD
  27. Ronald J. Oudiz, MD, FACC
  28. Jacob Rajfer, MD
  29. Michael G. Ross, MD, MPH
  30. Lance Sieger, MD
  31. Bruce E. Stabile, MD
  32. Darryl Y. Sue, MD
  33. Ronald S. Swerdloff, MD
  34. Joel I. Ward, MD
  35. Christina Wang, MD
  36. Rodney A. White, MD
  37. Kenneth M. Zangwill, MD
About LA BioMed

Founded in 1952, LA BioMed at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center is one of the country's largest nonprofit independent biomedical research institutes. It conducts biomedical research, trains young scientists and provides community services, including childhood immunization and nutrition assistance. The institute's researchers conduct studies in such areas as cardiovascular disease, emerging infections, cancer, diabetes, kidney disease, dermatology, reproductive health, vaccine development, respiratory disorders, inherited illnesses and neonatology. LA BioMed is academically affiliated with the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. For more information, please visit our website at www.LABioMed.org

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