Inder Chopra, M.D.

A Short Biography:

Dr. Chopra is a Professor of Medicine at UCLA. Dr, Chopra has been a faculty member at UCLA for over 28 years beginning his stellar career as an Assistant Professor of Medicine in July 1971. He is nationally and internationally recognized for his research in thyroidology, specifically for developing radioimmunoassays for thyroxine (T4), triidothyronine (T3), and reverse triidothyronine (rT3) which have been widely used both clinically and in research. He was the first and is one of the world’s experts on the peripheral metabolism of iodothyronines. He is considered the "father of the field of thyroid hormone metabolism."

Work Titles
UCLA Professor, Medicine Professor, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Hypertension Member, Gonda Diabetes Center
M.D., All-India Institute of Medical Sciences, 1965
1968 - 1971 Harbor - UCLA Medical Center
1962 - 1962 All-India Institute of Medical Sciences
1967 - 1968 The Queen's Medical Center
1966 - 1967 All-India Institute of Medical Sciences
1963 - 1965 All-India Institute of Medical Sciences
1973 American Board of Internal Medicine
1972 American Board of Internal Medicine

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Work Phone Number:

(310) 794-7555

(310) 825-7922

Mailing Address:

24-130 Warren Hall
Los Angeles, CA 90095

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