Job Opportunity Dermatology Office
I am a board-certified dermatologist in private practice with an academic title at UCLA in the department of Medicine.
I am writing to inform you of the availability of a front desk position in my office in Beverly Hills. This position is especially suited for recent graduates who are planning to take a year off while applying to pursue a degree in health-related fields such as medicine. I would truly appreciate it if you would please post this position and inform the recent graduates if they might be interested. If you need to get in touch with me, please feel free to contact me at (310)247-0337.
I appreciate your considerations.
Thank you very much.
Reza Babapour, M.D.
Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine, UCLA
Here is the description of the job:
Full time, Front desk position in a dermatology office in Beverly Hills.
Responsibilities include handling front desk tasks including making appointments, insurance verification, data entries and follow up with insurance processing, billing.
Assisting the dermatologist with patients and organizing the lab and Laser procedures. Some back-office duties including sterilization of surgical instruments and keeping track of inventories.
Prior experience may help but not necessary as adequate training is available.
A minimum one-year commitment is required.
Salary is competitive.
Please forward resume to:
UCSF Premed Mentorship Program
My name is Abdi Abdullahi and I am a third year medical student at UCSF School of Medicine. I am one of the coordinators of Bridging Admissions, a volunteer organization composed of medical students from across the nation.
I'm reaching out to you about a mentorship program that we are coordinating for URM and first generation applicants. This is our third cycle for our mentorship program, and we have worked with close to 200 students thus far. We match students with a medical student who providers mentorship throughout the application cycle, ranging from personal statement feedback to interview preparations.
If you know of any students who may benefit from our program, please have them sign up at our website:
Do you have underrepresented students that are looking to earn a PhD in biomedical science and just aren’t quite ready to go to graduate school or need a little bit more experience/time to be truly competitive for a top tier graduate program?
If so, please let them know about our Post-baccalaureate Research Education Program at The Ohio State University, DISCOVERY PREP. This NIH-funded post baccalaureate program runs for one year and is designed to prepare recent college graduates for success in graduate school. Accepted scholars are provided with:
Make a difference for California's oceans
The Marine Debris Extension Fellow will support the NOAA Marine Debris Program’s (MDP) work in California and assist the MDP and the California Ocean Protection Council with the implementation of the California Ocean Litter Strategy. This two-year fellowship, based in Oakland, CA will provide the opportunity to work closely with California Sea Grant's team of extension specialists, the California Ocean Protection Council, and other state agencies, on research, education, and outreach projects to help advance ocean litter reduction efforts in the state.
Eligibility: This fellowship is open to candidates who are close to completing or have recently completed (after May 1, 2018) an advanced degree from an accredited U.S. University. The fellow must complete all degree requirements prior to starting the fellowship
Deadline: January 29, 2020
Apply Now: https://caseagrant.ucsd.edu/fellowships/noaa-marine-debris-program-california-sea-grant-extension-fellowship#How%20to%20Submit%20an%20Application
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