Keck School Faculty

Michael J. Mulick

Michael J. Mulick

Clinical Assistant Professor of Anesthesiology (Part-Time)
Medicine
CHL Mail Stop 3 Off Campus Los Angeles
Dr. Mulick is the director of wilderness and survival medicine at Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California. A Chicago native, he trained at Yale-New Haven hospital in anesthesiology and completed a fellowship in pediatric anesthesiology at Seattle Children's Hospital/University of Washington and a fellowship in pediatric cardiac anesthesiology at Children's Hospital Los Angeles/USC. He has been on the anesthesiology and critical care faculty at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles/USC since 2013.

Dr. Mulick leads a life dedicated to service and adventure. He has visited over 60 countries, worked for Doctors Without Borders (South Sudan, Nigeria), and climbed three of the seven summits (Aconcagua, Denali, Kilimanjaro). In medical school, he studied, with the Himalayan Rescue Association (Nepal), the effects of ginkgo biloba and diamox on climbers ascending to Mt. Everest. He also worked as a physician for a year in New Zealand.

Dr. Mulick surfs, plays piano, and is currently writing a book about living in a trailer for a year with his wife and two kids.
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