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Robert Gilman

 Johns Hopkins University
USA

Biography

 Dr.Robert Gilman is Professor of  Department of International Health, Johns Hopkins University(1991-present) Investigator Professor, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia (1993 –(First such appointment) 1984-1991 Associate Professor, Departments of Medicine and International Health, Johns Hopkins University 1982 Recipient of Indo-American Fulbright Fellowship 1982-1985 Chief of Infectious Disease, Wyman Park Hospital 1981-1982 United States Public Health Service, Internal Medicine 1978-1984 Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, International Center for Medical Research 1976,79-81 Internal Medicine, V.A. Hospital, University of Maryland 1976-1978 Resident Coordinator, Johns Hopkins University, International Center for Medical Research 1975-1976 Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University, International Center for Medical Research 1975 Diplomate of Infectious Disease 1974-1975 Instructor & Assistant Professor, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, University of Maryland Hospital 1973 Diplomate of Internal Medicine 1971-1973 Fellow, Division of Infectious Diseases, Department of Medicine, University of Maryland Hospital.

Research Interest

 Parasitology

Tapeworm infections

Disease control.

Diarrheal and other enteric diseases; multidrug-resistant tuberculosis, parasitic infections

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