Oscar Harold Lee Bing, American medical research administrator. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Disease. Recipient Research Career Development award National Institutes of Health, 1975-1980. Member American Heart Association, International Society Heart Research, American Physiologic Society (associate).
Intern Boston City Hospital, 1961-1962. Captain medical corporation United States Medical Corp, Edgewood, Maryland, 1962-1964. Resident in medicine Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, 1964-1966.
Cardiology fellow New England Medical Center Hospitals, Boston, 1966-1969. Cardiologist Boston City Hospital, 1969-1974, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, 1974-1981. Associate chief of staff Research and Development Boston Veterans Administration Medical Center, 1981-1997.
Instructor medicine Tufts University School Medicine, Boston, 1969-1972, professor, since 1981. From assistant to associate professor medicine Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1974-1981. Research professor medicine Boston University School Medicine, since 1995.