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BA, English, Columbia College (1964); MD, New York University (1968); MA, Educational Psychology, Michigan State University ('73). US Army Medical Corps '73-75. Ben Gurion University as Dean, Medical School for International Health, '98-09. Interests: Med Dec Mak, Using stories to teach,Clinical edu
Thinker Since: Aug. 17, 2015
Bahar Bastani MD is a Professor of Medicine - Nephrology at Saint Louis University School of Medicine, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA. He is Medical Director of Kidney Transplantation Program.
Thinker Since: Feb. 6, 2014
B.S. Chemistry UCLA 1960; M.D. UCSF 1965; I work part-time as Professor of Medicine and spend most of my time working in continued research projects, writing manuscripts and book chapters, peer-reviewing manuscripts and serving on UCSF's Clinical and Translational Science Institute's Support Center.
Thinker Since: Dec. 10, 2012
Peter trained in science and rheumatology in the UK, and has worked in a multidisciplinary rehabilitation team in New Zealand for many years. He is now a full time academic clinician with interests in pain management, new drugs for rheumatic disease, and genetics of gout.
Thinker Since: Oct. 17, 2010
Professor Krishna obtained a BA from Cambridge in 1979, and a medical degree from Oxford 1982. In 1994 he was awarded a Wellcome Trust Senior Clinical Fellowship at St. George’s. In 2007 he was awarded an ScD by Cambridge University. He has a personal chair in Molecular Parasitology and Medicine.
Thinker Since: Jun. 9, 2010
Medical educator and policy consultant based in London (UK). PhD from State University of New York at Buffalo (Philosophy). Adjunct faculty at Yale University School of Medicine until 2015. Research interests: medical ethics, professionalism and global health policy (with a special focus on India).
Thinker Since: May 4, 2010
Dr Andrzej Januszewski is a research fellow at Department of Medicine, University of Melbourne. He is interested in factors and indicators of development and progression of diabetes complications.
Thinker Since: May 1, 2010
Sandra completed her General Nurse Training in 1979 in Sydney Australia. Sandra is currently working as a Lecturer in Nursing at the University of Tasmania and is enrolled in a PhD program examining decisions made by people with chronic kidney disease.
Thinker Since: Feb. 11, 2010
Dr. Gordon graduated from Brooklyn College in N.Y. and the University of St. Andrews in Scotland in Medicine. Speciality ceritificates were received in Internal and Geriatric Medicine and ethics in Canada. Medical Director-palliative care at Baycrest in Toronto and Professor at Univ. of Toronto.
Thinker Since: Feb. 8, 2010
Dr. Waltrip trained in psychiatry at Yale University and in research at the Maryland Psychiatric Research Center and Johns Hopkins University where he served on the faculties. He entered the pharmaceutical industry 11 years ago, developing drugs in psychiatric disorders and rheumatology.
Thinker Since: Jan. 25, 2010
Harvard University, U.S.A. (Clinical Trials) University of Cambridge, U.K. (Molecular Sciences and Clinical Biochemistry; Diabetes) University of Oxford, U.K.. (Stem cells and oncology) Brunel University, U.K. (Vitamin D and Medical Biochemistry)
Thinker Since: Dec. 23, 2009
Dr. Davidson is a Physician Assistant and Doctor of Chiropractic. Currently Assoc. Director of York College/CUNY Physician Assistant Program. Interests: Geriatric Medicine, Complementary/Alternative Medicine, Scholarship of Teaching & Learning - especially as it relates to multilingual students
Thinker Since: Oct. 3, 2009
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