Dr. Nachman Brautbar's Professional Credentials
Diplomate American Board of Internal Medicine 1979; Diplomate American Board of Nephrology 1980; Diplomate American Board of Forensic Medicine 1995.
Internal Medicine, Workers' Compensation and Personal Injury Examination, Evaluation and Treatment; (Cardiology; Hypertension; Nephrology; Pulmonary Disease; Environmental Toxic Illness such as leukemia, cancers, and sick building syndrome; Drug Toxicity and Standard of Care)
University of Southern California Medical Center, 1978; St. Vincent's Medical Center, 1980; Queen of Angeles/Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, 1980; (Chairman Dept. of Medicine 1985-1987 & Chairman Utilization Review Committee 1985-1989 & Member Quality Assurance Committee, Member Quality of Care Committee 1996, Member Medicine Supervising Committee),Vice Chairman Department of Medicine 1999, Chairman Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee.
Award, "Outstanding Organization of 2nd International Congress on Myocardial and Cellular Biogenetics" 1984, U.S.C.; "Prize for Excellence" American Student Association, Western Branch, Carmel, California, 1977; Award for Excellence in Teaching and Community Involvement, Los Angeles City Council, 1984.
(Past & Present) American Society of Internal Medicine, 1984; American College of Physicians, 1984; American College of Toxicology, 1993; Society of Toxicology, 1996; Fellow of Collegium Ramazzini, 1995;British Society of Toxicology (and 24 others).
(Past & Present) Consultant to Editor, Archives of Internal Medicine; Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Clean Technology, Environmental Toxicology and Occupational Medicine; Editorial Board, Toxicology and Industrial Health (and 19 others).
240 publications in peer reviewed scientific journals,abstracts and book chapters in the fields of Internal Medicine, Toxicology, and Nephrology.
U.C.L.A. 1975-1977, Residency in Medicine & Fellowship in Nephrology
Rambam Hospital, Haifa Univ., Israel, 1968-1969; Internal Medicine Residency, Rothschild Medical Center, Israel, 1971-1973; Chief Resident, Dept. of Medicine "D", Hadassah Univ. Hospital, Israel, 1974-1975; Internship, Wadsworth V.A. Medical Center, Los Angeles, 1975-1977; Internship and Fellowship U.C.L.A., 1975-1977.
Clinical Professor of Medicine, U.S.C.(University of Southern California, School of Medicine); Clinical Professor of Pharmacology 1988-1993; Associate Professor of Pharmacology, U.S.C. 1980-1988; Associate Professor of Medicine, U.S.C. 1978-1988;
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