The Hoffman Endowed Lectureship in Emergency Medicine Fund at UCLA
Advancing the Professional Growth of Medical Students, Residents,
UCLA is one of the world’s leading teaching programs in Emergency Medicine, committed to training outstanding experts and highly ethical professionals. The Hoffman Endowed Lectureship in Emergency Medicine Fund at UCLA brings exceptional specialists to campus to present lectures, discuss topics with residents and faculty, and inspire them to further accomplishments.
Jerry Hoffman came to UCLA in 1974 as a resident in Internal Medicine and became a member of the first graduating class of Emergency Medicine residents in 1979. He joined the faculty that year and devoted 30 years to teaching medical students and fostering academic excellence among UCLA Emergency Medicine residents. A national leader in medical education, Dr. Hoffman established a fund to bring prominent lectures to campus every year to expand learning and mentorship opportunities for residents and faculty. In order to maintain this fund in perpetuity and inspire future Emergency Medicine specialists, we need your support.