Marty Pops received his bachelor's degree in bacteriology from
the University of California at Los Angeles and his doctorate
from the University of Chicago School of Medicine. He did an
internship and residency at UCLA. He taught internal medicine
in the Gastroenterology Division of UCLA, Center for Health
Sciences and was a consultant and attending physician at a number
of hospitals. In addition, he held a number of administrative
positions at UCLA School of Medicine, where he was dean of admissions
for 25 years.
Throughout his career, Pops has been awarded numerous honors,
awards and grants. He has been a member and chairman of a number
of local and national committees, both technical and administrative.
He is also the author of numerous articles and chapters in medical
books and a frequent lecturer.
Pops lives in Ojai with his wife, Barbara, and is active in
many volunteer activities. He is also an active member of the
Rotary Club of Ojai.