Dr. Nachman Brautbar
6200 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 1000
Los Angeles CA, 90048
Dr. Brautbar's practice covers aspects of Internal Medicine, Nephrology and Toxicology, such as lung disease, chemical injury, occupational diseases, chemically related cancers and medical causation.
BIO / Resume / CV:
Board Certified, Internal Medicine, Nephrology, Forensic Medicine
Fellow, Collegium Ramazzini
American College of Toxicology
American College of Occupational, Environmental Medicine
Internal Medicine Pharmacology
Toxicology & Chemical Exposure Pension Disability Evaluation
Kidney Disease & Hypertension Impairment Evaluation
AME & QME EVALUATIONS
Education and Academic Appointments:
Hebrew University - Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem, Israel, 1961-1968,
Rotating Internship: Ramban Hospital, Haifa University, Israel, 1968-1969 (12 months).
Resident in Internal Medicine, Rothschild Medical Center, Haifa, Israel, 1971-1973 (18 months).
Chief Resident: Department of Medicine "D", Hadassah University Hospital, Jerusalem, Israel, 1974-1975 (12 months).
Total Residency in Internal Medicine (30 months).
California Licensure Examination, 1975
U.S.A. Internship: Wadsworth V.A. Medical Center, Los Angeles, October 1975-June 1976.
Nephrology Fellowship: Wadsworth V.A. Medical Center, Los Angeles, March 1975 to June 1977.
Assistant Professor of Medicine, UCLA, 1977-1978.
Assistant Chief, Hemodialysis Unit, Wadsworth V.A. Hospital, April 1977-1978.
Assistant Professor of Medicine, U.S.C., July 1, 1978.
Assistant Professor of Pharmacology, U.S.C., July 1981.
Tenured Associate Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology, U.S.C., January 1982-1988.
Clinical Professor of Medicine and Pharmacology, U.S.C., April 1988 - 1993.
Clinical Professor of Medicine, U.S.C., present.
Private Practice of Medicine: 1980 - present; Internal Medicine, Nephrology, and Toxicology.
Past and Present Professional Activities:
A. Utilization Review Consultation
American Insurance Administrators, Los Angeles, California.
Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, Los Angeles, California, Utilization Review.
European Dialysis and Transplantation Association, 1975
American Federation for Clinical Research, 1975
International Society for Nephrology, 1975
Israel Nephrology Society, 1975
American Society for Nephrology, 1976
American Society of Artificial Internal Organs, 1978
American College of Emergency Medicine, 1979
American Society of Bone and Mineral Metabolism, 1979
Western Society for Clinical Investigation, 1980
American Physiological Society, 1981
American Endocrine Society, 1981
Biophysical Society, 1982
Biochemical Society, 1982
American Chemical Society, 1982
American College of Nutrition, 1983
American Society of Neuroscience, 1984
American Society of Experimental Biology & Medicine, 1984
American Society for Renal Biochemistry, 1984
International Society for Alcohol Research, 1984
American Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, 1984
California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, 1985
American Society of Industrial Medicine, 1985
Society of Toxicology - Southern California Chapter, 1986
American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine,1992
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1993
American College of Toxicology, 1993
American Academy of Environmental Medicine, 1993
American Board of Forensic Examiners, 1994
American College of Legal Medicine, 1994
American College of Physicians, 1994
International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, 1994
American College of Physician's Executives, 1995
Council of Fellows of the Collegium Ramazzini, 1995
International Society for the Study of Xenobiotics, 1996
Society of Toxicology, 1996
Society of Toxicology, Neurotoxicology Specialty Section, 1996
Society of Toxicology, Immunotoxicology Specialty Section, 1996
Renal Physicians Association, 1996
American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress, 1997
American Academy of Preventive Medicine
Environmental Assessment Association, 1997
American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians, 1998
British Toxicology Society, 1998
Environmental Assessment Association, 1998
Society of Toxicology, Risk Assessment Specialty Section, 1999
California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Board of Directors, 2001
California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery, Member, Education Committee, 2001
M.D. Thesis, "Prize for Excellence," Hadassah Medical School, Jerusalem, Israel,1970.
Fellow in Nephrology, V.A. Wadsworth Medical Center, J.W. Coburn, M.D., Los
Angeles, California, October, 1975 to September 1977.
Prize for Excellence", American Student Medical Association, Western Branch: Meritorious research paper, Carmel, California, 1977.
Traveling Scholarship, American Society of Nephrology, 1978.
Cedars-Sinai Hypertension Research Clinic, U.C.L.A., July 1976 to February 1977.
Award for "Outstanding Organization of the 2nd International Congress on Myocardial and Cellular Bioenergetics," 1984, U.S.C.
Award for Excellence in Teaching and Community Involvement, The City of Los Angeles Council, December 1984.
Award for Voluntary Work for the Hispanic Community, Los Angeles, City of L.A., Councilman A. Schneider, 9/85.
Award for 15 Years of Service, Queen of Angels/Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, 12/95.
Fellow of the Collegium Ramazzini, 1995 to present
Fellow of the American College of Physicians, 1998
Resolution of Appreciation, Santa Clara Valley Water District, 09/07/99
Certificate of Recognition, California State Senate, Senator Richard G. Polanco, 09/21/99
Resolution Relative to Commending, Senator Richard J. Mountjoy, 29th Senatorial District, 11/15/00
California License Number: A-30713
Board of Internal Medicine: Diplomate in Internal Medicine, January 1979
Board of Nephrology: Diplomate in Nephrology, June 1980
Board of Forensic Examiners: Diplomate in Forensic Medicine, January 1996
Medical Board of California: Expert Medical Reviewer, December 2005
Citizenship: American, Naturalized, July 1980
D. Specific Teaching Responsibilities: (Past and Present)
Internal Medicine Weekly Seminars for House Staff, 1974 1975, Hadassah, Jerusalem,
Lectures in Physical Examination and Diagnostics for Medical Students: U.C.L.A., 1977
Lectures and Seminars in Renal Physiology to Residents, U.C.L.A., 1977-1978.
Mechanism of Diseases, U.S.C., Medical School, 1978-1987.
Pathophysiology Course, U.S.C., Medical School, 1978-1987.
Student Ward Attending, U.S.C., Medical School, 1978-1987.
Attending on Nephrology Ward, U.S.C., Medical School, 1978-1987.
Attending on Medicine Ward, U.S.C., Medical School, 1978-present
Residents Seminars in Nephrology, U.S.C. Medical School, 1978-1987.
Senior Advisor, Ph.D. Program, Department of Pharmacology, U.S.C., Medical School,
Department of Medicine - Attending in Internal Medicine 1-2 Months Per Year. Direct
Daily Teaching To Residents, Interns, and Students. University of Southern California,
School of Medicine, Department of Medicine 1978-Present.
E. Medical Scientific Committees: (Some Past and Present)
Member, Research Committee, Kidney Foundation of Southern California, 1983.
Chairman, Research Council, Kidney Foundation of Southern California, 1983.
Chairman, Annual Scientific Symposium, Kidney Foundation of Southern California.
Chairman, Organizing Committee 2nd International Congress on Myocardial and Cellular
Member, Organizing Committee and Vice Chairman, Program Committee, American
Society for Magnesium Research, Los Angeles, 1985.
Director, Center for Internal Occupational and Toxicological Medicine, March, 1986.
Director, Osteoporosis Center, March, 1986.
Chairman, Department of Medicine, Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, 1985-1987.
Chairman, Utilization Review Committee, Hollywood Presbyterian Med Center, 1987-89
Member, Quality Utilization Council, Queen of Angels Medical Center, 1996.
Member, Medical Records Committee, Queen of Angels Medical Center, 1996.
Chairman, Subacute Care Committee SNF, Queen of Angels Medical Center, 1996.
Member, Clinical Nutrition Committee, Queen of Angels Medical Center, 1996.
Member, Executive Committee, California Society of Industrial Medicine and Surgery
Chairman Task Force Environmental Health, City of Los Angeles, City Attorney.
Chairman, Skilled Nursing Services, Queen of Angels Medical Center, 1996
Chairman, Allied Services Committee, Queen of Angels Medical Center, 1997
Vice-Chairman, Dept of Medicine, Queen of Angels Medical Center,1999, 2000, 2001
Chairman, Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee, Queen of Angels Medical Center, 1999, 2000
Member, CSIMS Education Committee, California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery, 2000
Chairman, Panel Discussion, New York Academy of Sciences. Carcinogenesis Bioassays and Protecting Public Health: Commemorating the Lifework of Cesare
Maltoni. April , 2002.
Chairman, Education Committee, California Society of Industrial Medicine & Surgery,
Recipient of a Kidney Foundation Fellowship Grant, 1977
Recipient of an American Heart Association, Clinical Investigation Grant, 1980
Recipient of an NIH Grant, $240,000 for Investigation Into Myopathy of Phosphate Depletion, 1985-1987.
Extensive list of editorial boards, peer reviews, publications, speaking engagements and teaching experience.
See full CV at www.environmentaldiseases.com
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