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David Lee Gibbs

David Lee Gibbs, American microbiologist, executive. Diplomate American Board Medical Microbiology. Grantee, National Institutes of Health, Washington, 1970-1974, 74-76, 79, Rockefeller Foundation, New York City, 1977-1979. Member American Society Microbiology, Coral Casino Club.

Background

  • Gibbs, David Lee was born on July 5, 1948 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of John O. and Ruth E. Gibbs.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Science, University of Pacific, 1970. Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology, Cornell University, 1974.

    Career

    • Fellow Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, 1974-1976. Consultant World Health Organization, Arrah, Bihar, India, 1977. Assistant professor microbiology Medical College Cornell University, New York City, 1977-1980.

      Director laboratories Communicable Diseases Laboratory, Salvador, Brazil, 1977-1980. Director clinical microbiology Santa Clara Medical Center, San Jose, California, 1980-1981. Director clinical research Pfizer Incorporated, New York York City, 1981-1998.

      President, founder Giles Science Inc., Santa Barbara, California, since 1984.

    Major achievements

    • Diplomate American Board Medical Microbiology.

    Works

    • Contributor over 40 articles to science publications. Patentee microbiology instrumentation (6).

    Membership

    Member American Society Microbiology, Coral Casino Club.

    Connections

    • Married Barbara J. Gibbs, December 17, 1987. 1 child, Carmen Mauck.
    • father: John O.
    • mother: Ruth E. Gibbs
    • spouse: Barbara J. Gibbs
    • child: Carmen Mauck Gibbs
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    Born July 5, 1948
    (age 69)
    Nationality
    • 1970
      University of Pacific
    • 1974
      Cornell University
    • 1974 - 1976
      Fellow, Centers for Disease Control
      Atlanta, North-West, South Africa
    • 1977
      consultant, World Health Organization
      Bihar, India, India
    • 1977 - 1980
      director, laboratories Communicable Diseases Laboratory
      Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
    • 1977 - 1980
      assistant, professor microbiology Medical College Cornell University
    • 1980 - 1981
      director, clinical microbiology Santa Clara Medical Center
      San Jose, Costa Rica
    • 1981 - 1998
      director, clinical research Pfizer Incorporated
    • 1984
      president
      Santa Barbara, Honduras
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