Greg Moran is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at the UCLA School of Medicine, Director of Research in the Department of Emergency Medicine, as well as faculty in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Olive View-UCLA Medical Center. Board certified in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, and Infectious Diseases. Dr. Moran completed all his postgraduate training at UCLA. He is particularly interested in infectious disease problems in the Emergency Department.
Research interests include community-associated MRSA, pneumonia, skin and soft tissue infections, bite wound infections, rabies prophylaxis, pyelonephritis, and infection control. Research publications have appeared in JAMA and the New England Journal of Medicine. Greg is a founding co-investigator for EMERGEncy ID NET, a nationwide network of emergency departments developed in collaboration with the CDC for the study of emerging infectious diseases, and also co-investigator for the STOP MRSA clinical trial funded by the NIH. He is a frequent lecturer nationwide at educational programs regarding infectious diseases in the emergency department, and Associate Editor for Annals of Emergency Medicine. He was also a medical advisor for the last 5 seasons of the NBC television program “ER”.