Timur Durrani, MD, MPH, MBA
|Title(s)||Associate Professor, Clinical Pharmacy|
|School||School of Pharmacy|
|University of Arizona||MD||2004||Medicine|
|University of Arizona||MPH||2004||College of Public Health|
|University of California Irvine||MBA||2008||School of Business|
|University of California Los Angeles||Residency||2007||Family Medicine|
|California Department of Public Health||Residency||2008||Preventive Medicine and Public Health|
|University of California San Francisco||Residency||2012||Occupational and Envronmental Medicine|
|University of California San Francisco||Fellowship||2012||Medical Toxicology|
|United States Army War College||MSS||2018||Strategic Studies|
Dr. Timur S. Durrani is the Medical Director for the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine and Pharmacy at the University of California San Francisco. He holds board certifications in Occupational Medicine, Family Medicine, Preventive Medicine and Medical Toxicology. Currently his academic responsibilities include teaching medical and pharmacy students, as well as graduate medical trainees including Emergency Medicine, Pediatrics, Occupational and Environmental Medicine residents, and Medical Toxicology Fellows. As a consultant for the Medical Toxicology Service, he provides clinical care for acutely poisoned patients at the San Francisco General Hospital, as well as outpatient Medical Toxicology consultations through the UCSF Occupational and Environmental Medicine Faculty Practice. He serves as Medical Toxicology consultant for the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, region 9, and the Environmental Protection Agency, region 9. He is a reviewer for the Journal of Medical Toxicology, and has developed online training modules in Occupational and Environmental Health, including four with the American College of Medical Toxicology. Dr. Durrani has publications in basic science and public health disciplines, and has presented abstracts in neurotoxicology.
Dr. Durrani’s career combines medicine with public health, allowing him to focus on individual patients while considering their population and environment. He has experience in caring for populations both domestically and internationally, having worked in multiple countries. His academic interests include occupational and environmental toxicology, reproductive toxicology, pediatric toxicology and clinical pharmacology.