Prof Daniel Lowenstein
Professor Daniel H. Lowenstein, M.D., is the Robert B. and Ellinor Aird Professor of Neurology and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Director of the UCSF Epilepsy Center, and Director of Physician-Scientist and Education Training Programs for the UCSF School of Medicine. He is known internationally for his contributions in the field of epilepsy including laboratory-based and clinical research, the clinical care of patients with epilepsy, and advocacy for the needs of patients and family members living with epilepsy. He has had an active role in medical education, has held many leadership roles at both UCSF and Harvard Medical School, was the originator of the “Academy of Medical Educators” concept, and is the recipient of numerous teaching awards both at UCSF and nationally. He has served as Dean for Medical Education at Harvard Medical School, and has been president of the American Epilepsy Society (2003-4).
Prof Lowenstein has delivered the last lecture to students at UCSF to answer the question “If you had but one lecture to give, what would you say?”. You can see information about this lecture via this link, and there is also a video of the lecture available here.
Professor Lowenstein’s profile page from University of California, San Francisco
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