Arash Naeim

Professor-in-Residence, Medicine, University of California Los Angeles

(310) 206-6979

10945 Le Conte Ave
Campus - 705907
Los Angeles, CA 90095



Dr. Naeim is a Professor of Medicine in both the Division(s) of Hematology-Oncology and Geriatric Medicine at the David Geffen UCLA School of Medicine as well as a Professor of Bioengineering in the Henry Sameuli School for Engineering and Applied Science. He is Chief Medical Officer for Clinical Research for UCLA Health with leadership roles in the Clinical & Translational Science Institute, Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center, Institute for Precision Medicine, and Garrick Institute for Risk Sciences. Dr. Naeim has a Ph.D. in Public Policy from the RAND with research interests that include outcomes research, cost-effectiveness analysis, modeling of health and frailty, and the role of technology in medicine. He is a UCLA Physician Informaticist board certified in Clinical Informatics and the Co-Director for the Center for SMART Healthcare that aims to use technology, data and analytics to reduce risk, integrate innovative technology, and advance precision medicine.



Investigator, Biomedical Informatics Program of UCLA CTSI
Director, The JCCC Informatics

Awards and Honors

  • STOP CANCER ICON Award, 2013.
  • Irving and Jean Stone Research Award, 1988.
  • Kully Pan-Pacific Award, 1990.
  • Chancellor's Marshall Award, 1990.
  • Pathology Resident Awards, Finalist, American Society of Clinical Pathology/College of American Pathology, 1993.
  • Resident Research Award, LA Society of Pathologists, 1993.
  • American Society of Clinical Oncology Young Investigator Award, 2002-2005.