Pejman Azarmina

Title(s)Assistant Adjunct Professor, Medicine
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    Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, IranMD1999Medicine
    University of Surrey, Guildford, EnglandMSc2005Healthcare Management
    Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, ORGraduate Certificate2007Medical Informatics
    New York University, New York, NYCertificate2011Executive Coaching

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    Dr. Pejman Azarmina is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at UCLA Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine and Director of the Physician Scientist Career Development Office at the DGSOM’s Dean’s Office. He received his MD from Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 1999. He also obtained a master’s degree in Healthcare Management from University of Surrey in England, a graduate certificate in Medical Informatics from Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) and a certificate in Executive Coaching from NYU. Dr. Azarmina has a diverse career background with roles such as Executive Editor at the Academy of Medical Sciences, Research Fellow at University College London (UCL), Public Health Intelligence Officer at Islington PCT in London, Senior Medical Director at Pfizer, Founder of Thinkocrats and Co-founder of Relationship Panoramic. He joined the UCLA faculty in 2020 to in order to establish the Office of Physician Scientist Career Development with programs ranging from a research training fellowship, career mentorship, leadership academy and medical student research center. His past research focused on health economics and outcomes research (HEOR), pragmatic clinical trials and psychometrics. His current research program examines the impact of various innovative interventions to develop a sustainable career path and pipeline for physician scientists.

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    1. Economic Outcomes of a Precision Medicine Blood Test To Assess Obstructive Coronary Artery Disease: Results from the PRESET Registry. Manag Care. 2018 06; 27(6):34-40. Ladapo JA, Budoff MJ, Azarmina P, Sharp D, Baker A, Maniet B, Herman L, Monane M. PMID: 29989911.
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    2. Sexuality Education Wheel of Context: A Guide for Sexuality Educators, Advocates and Researchers. 2017; 76. Sara Nasserzadeh, Pejman Azarmina. . View Publication.
    3. Transferring disease management and health promotion programs to other countries: critical success factors. Health Promot Int. 2008 Dec; 23(4):372-9. Azarmina P, Prestwich G, Rosenquist J, Singh D. PMID: 18812326.
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    4. Patient satisfaction with a nurse-led, telephone-based disease management service in Birmingham. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare. 2007; 13(1_suppl):3-4. Pejman Azarmina, Jill Lewis. View Publication.
    5. Remote interpretation in medical encounters: a systematic review. J Telemed Telecare. 2005; 11(3):140-5. Azarmina P, Wallace P. PMID: 15901441.
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    6. Assessing computer skills in Tanzanian medical students: an elective experience. BMC Public Health. 2004 Aug 12; 4:37. Samuel M, Coombes JC, Miranda JJ, Melvin R, Young EJ, Azarmina P. PMID: 15306029; PMCID: PMC514556.
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    7. GABAergic system and imipramine-induced impairment of memory retention in rats. Eur Neuropsychopharmacol. 2004 Jan; 14(1):59-64. Zarrindast MR, Shamsi T, Azarmina P, Rostami P, Shafaghi B. PMID: 14659988.
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    8. Health informatics in developing countries: challenges and achievements. Biomedical Informatics Today. 2003; 40:2. Pejman Azarmina. .
    9. In Iran, gender segregation becoming a fact of medical life. CMAJ. 2002 Mar 05; 166(5):645. Azarmina P. PMID: 11898951; PMCID: PMC99430.
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    10. Medical Science and Research in Iran. Archives of Iranian Medicine. 2001; 4(1):27-39. Reza Malekzadeh, Azarakhsh Mokri, Pejman Azarmina. . View Publication.
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