U Magazine
U Magazine
UCLA Health
 
David Geffen School of Medicine
 
ISSUE VIEWING
IN THIS ISSUE
MOST POPULAR
Friends

Celebrating UCLA’s Leaders of Tomorrow Scholars

  Celebrating UCLA’s Leaders of Tomorrow Scholars
 

UCLA Leaders of Tomorrow Scholars with faculty leadership, Drs. Kelsey C. Martin (back
row, sixth from left), dean of the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; Clarence Braddock (back row, far right), vice dean for education and Maxine and Eugene Rosenfeld Chair in Medical Education; Linda Baum (front row, second from right); and Eric Esrailian (FEL ’06) (front row, far right), co-chief of the UCLA Vatche and Tamar Manoukian Division of Digestive Diseases and Lincy Foundation Chair in Clinical Gastroenterology.
Photo: Todd Cheney/UCLA Photography

On November 7, 2016, faculty leaders from the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA joined UCLA Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship recipients at an annual dinner. The event provided an opportunity for the scholars to share their medical-school experiences, career goals, aspirations and the overall impact this scholarship has had on their lives.

The UCLA Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship, a full-tuition, merit-based award, has empowered 40 aspiring physicians and scientists to pursue careers aligned with their personal passions, unburdened by debt, and has helped enhance the school’s reputation and competitiveness.

Since its establishment in 2012 by an anonymous donor, the UCLA Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship has inspired additional giving to medical-student scholarships. In 2016, in an effort to increase student support, the anonymous donor committed to matching donations made to any medical scholarship with a special gift of equal size, up to a total of $1 million, to the UCLA Leaders of Tomorrow Scholarship. This matching campaign surpassed its goal by raising $1.2 million for the next generation of medical students.

For more information, contact Chelsea Bollea at: (310) 825-5328

 

 





Add a comment


Please note that we are unable to respond to medical questions. For information about health care, or if you need help in choosing a UCLA physician, please contact UCLA Physician Referral Service (PRS) at 1-800-UCLA-MD1 (1-800-825-2631) and ask to speak with a referral nurse. Thank you.