Daniel Uslan, MDAssistant Clinical Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, Director of the UCLA Antimicrobial Stewardship Program, UCLA Health System
Dr. Uslan has a longstanding interest in antibiotic utilization, benchmarking, and optimization. Dr. Uslan directs the antibiotic oversight program for the UCLA Health System. His research is on antibiotic use, medical device infections including pacemaker infections, and epidemiology of infections. Dr. Uslan's clinical interests include bloodstream infections, surgical infections, endocarditis and other cardiovascular infections, and neurological infections.
Dr. Uslan received his medical degree from University of Southern California in Los Angeles. He also earned an M.S. in Biotechnology from Northwestern University. Dr. Uslan completed his internship, residency, and Infectious Diseases fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases by the American Board of Internal Medicine and has numerous presentations and publications to his credit.
Judith Gasson, PhD"Why Cancer Centers Matter"
- September 30th, 2014
Arleen Brown, MD, PhD"Community Engagement & Translational Research"
- May 29th, 2013
Michael Ong, MD, PhD"Studying Smoke Free Multi-Unit Housing; A Perfect Storm of a Project"
- May 2nd, 2012
Linda Liau, MD"Seeking New Understanding: Novel Approaches to Brain Tumor Therapy"
- March 7th, 2012
Daniel Uslan, MD"Antibiotic Stewardship: Bad Bugs, No Drugs"
- December 6, 2011
Steven Dubinett, MD"Introduction to the Clinical and Translational Science Institue"
- October 20, 2011
Andre Nel, MB, ChB, PhD"What is Nanotechnology and Nanomedicine?"
- March 31, 2011
Lenore Arab, PhD"Personalizing Your Nutrition"
- January 20, 2011