Research Fellowship USC Department of Emergency Medicine 2013; Masters in Public Health UC Los Angeles School of Public Health 2012; Emergency Medicine Residency LAC+USC Medical Center 2011; Medical Internship Cedars Sinai Medical Center/West Los Angeles Veteran’s Affairs Hospital 2008; Medical School UC San Diego 2007; B.S./B.A. Biology/Latin American Studies UC San Diego 2003


Elizabeth Burner, MD, MPH, is an Emergency Physician with the USC Department of Emergency Medicine, and the current research fellow. Her current research fellowship is supported by an F32 NRSA grant from the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (1F32DK094547.) She will begin as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine in July 2013 when her fellowship is complete. Her research interests are understanding how cultural experiences interact with health outcomes and exploring new communication technologies to improve health behaviors and healthcare access for medically underserved populations, particularly for inner-city Latino patients with diabetes. The KL2 Scholar Program will allow her to grow into an independent investigator useing a mixed method paradigm of quantitative and qualitative methods to investigate these complex social and behavioral issues.

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