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Dr CRAIG RESTING WALLACE

Background

  • WALLACE, Dr CRAIG RESTING was born on December 4, 1928 in Woodbury, New Jersey, United States of America.

  • Education

    • Princeton University, 1946-1950, Bachelor of Arts cum laude. University of Virginia Law School, United States of America, 1950-1951. New York Medical College, 1951-1955, Doctor ol Medicine.

      Jefferson Medical College Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America, 1955-1960, FACP. Spoken languages: English.

    Career

    • Team Leader, Malaria Conference Set, Division of Control of Tropical Diseases, World Health Organization since 1991. Association Director for International Rch, National Institute of Health, United States Public Health Service, Department of Health & Human Services, 1984-1991. Commanding Officer, United States Naval Medical Rch Unit Number 3, Cairo, Egypt, 1982-1984.

      Director of Clinical Services, United States Naval Regional Medical Center, Jacksonville, Florida, United States of America, 1981-1982. Chief of Internal Medical, United States Naval Regional Medical Center, Camp Pendleton, California, United States of America, 1978-1981. Program Manager, Infectious Diseases Rch, United States Naval Medical Research and Development Command, Bethesda, Maryland, United States of America, 1976-1978.

      Commanding Officer, United States Naval Medical Rch Unit Number 5, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 1972-1976. Associate Proofessor, Johns Hopkins University School of Medical & School of Hygiene & Public Health, United States of America, 1964-1972. Resident Coord, Johns Hopkins Center for Medical Research and Training, Calcutta, India, 1964-1966.

    Membership

    Member: Fellow, Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Infectious Diseases Society of America. American College of Physicians.

    Royal Society of Medicine. Ethiopian Medical Society.

    Personality

    Interests

    Internal medicine, tropical medicine, diarrheal diseases, clinical medicine. Teaching; clinical research. Research administration.

    International health. Theatre; music; reading.

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