Preventive medicine fellowship

Preventive Medicine focuses on the health of individuals, communities, and defined populations. The goal is to protect, promote, and maintain health and well-being and to prevent disease, disability and death.

— The American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM)

Preventive Medicine Leadership

Priyanka Fernandes, MD, MPH

Preventive Medicine Fellowship Program Director

Alice Kuo, MD, PhD, MBA

Preventive Medicine Fellowship Assistant Program Director

Candace Gragnani, MD, MPH

Preventive Medicine Fellowship Core Faculty

Maria Hahn, MD

Preventive Medicine Fellowship Core Faculty
Chief Quality Officer at DGSOM

Daniel Kozman, MD, MPH

Preventive Medicine Fellowship Core Faculty

Casey Nagel, MD, MPH

Preventive Medicine Fellowship Core Faculty

training programs


The UCLA Preventive Medicine Residency Fellowship is a two-year training program in which fellows earn a masters in public health (MPH).

Should an applicant already posses an MPH, he/she/they may be eligible for the 1-year fast track.

IM / PM Residency

The Internal Medicine-Preventive Medicine training program is a 4-year combined residency training program. This program provides in-depth population health training and fully funds you in your 4th year to complete a 1-year MPH degree in Health Services Organization through the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health.

for medical & univeristy students

UCLA Medical, graduate, and undergraduate students have a variety of public health training programs with opportunities to work with Preventive Medicine Fellows on various projects.

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