Eric K. Lizerbram, MD graduated from UCLA in 1987 with honors and a degree in Biology. Dr. Lizerbram attended University of Southern California School of Medicine where he graduated with distinction. After spending one year in Internal Medicine, he completed his Radiology residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles where he served as Chief Resident.
Upon completion of his residency and Radiology Board Certification, Dr. Lizerbram had the honors of completing an MRI Fellowship at University of California, San Diego Medical Center. The focus of his work was MRI of the Body, Neurology, and Musculoskeletal systems. Dr. Lizerbram also developed a Mammography practice during his Fellowship year.
Involved in Radiology Research, Dr. Lizerbram has published numerous articles and spent time as an Honorary Lecturer educating physicians and patients across the country. As a Clinical Professor at UCSD, Dr. Lizerbram received a Teaching Award in 1998.
Dr. Lizerbram was then appointed the Chief of Body Imaging at a full service multi-modality Imaging Center in West Los Angeles. He developed considerable expertise in Oncologic Imaging, Nuclear Medicine, and participated in CT and Ultrasound guided biopsies, and Pain Management.
He is a member of the American Board of Radiology, Radiology Society of North America, and American Medical Association.
- Nuclear Radiology