Resident and Medical Student Rotations

The Division of Toxicology offers both 2 and 4-week rotations for medical students at USC as well as non-USC students. The structure of the rotation includes a combination of clinical and didactic learnings with readings, small-group discussions, inpatient consultations, and home call. During the rotation, students will be responsible for daily rounds on patients with residents, fellows, and attendings, participating in toxicology journal club and division meetings, and attending weekly Emergency Medicine Residency grand rounds. Each student will also be required to prepare a short presentation on a toxicology topic of their choice. For more information regarding medical student rotations, please contact Dr. Elissa Moore (moor235@usc.edu).

The Division also welcomes current residents in an ACGME approved residency program outside of USC to complete an away rotation in medical toxicology. For more information, please contact Dr. Michael Levine (mdlevine@usc.edu).

If you have any questions, or wish to arrange a rotation, please contact:

Michael Levine, MD
Assistant Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine; Chief of Toxicology
Keck School of Medicine
LAC+USC Medical Center
Email: mdlevine@usc.edu

Elissa Moore, DO
Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Keck School of Medicine
LAC+USC Medical Center
Email: moor235@usc.edu

Masahiro Ishikawa
Administrative Assistant
LAC+USC Medical Center
Department of Emergency Medicine
Email: masahiro.ishikawa@med.usc.edu
Phone: 323-226-4278