Dr. Crompton is a cancer surgeon at UCLA; his research is centered on de-escalating morbid and unnecessary operations for cancer patients.
Dr. Rett is a linguist at UCLA whose research focuses on the meaning of words and sentences, and how meanings change from context to context.
Rajam Raghunathan is a general surgeon, current endocrine surgery research fellow at UCLA, and a former assistant professor of philosophy. Her research interests lie at the intersection of epistemology, language, the philosophy of action, and surgery.
Philosopher, UCLA School of Medicine
Assistant Professor of Surgery, DGSOM and Endocrine Surgeon
Chief of Endocrine Surgery, Medical Director of the Endocrine Center integrated practice unit, and Medical Director of Optimal Care at UCLA Health
Amy Copeland (surgical resident, UCLA)
Tess Huy (surgical resident, UCLA)
Gabe Oland (surgical resident, UCLA)
Jessica Lutz (med student, UCLA)
Tira Oskoui (med student, UCLA)
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