(Medical Microbiology: A Short CourseEllen Jo Baron, Rober...)
Medical Microbiology: A Short CourseEllen Jo Baron, Robert S. Chang, Dexter H. Howard, James N. Miller, and Jerrold A. TurnerAs more information about human infectious diseases emerges and as new questions arise, medical students, students and researchers in microbiology and immunology, and clinicians in every medical specialty need a clear and systematic summary of modern medical microbiology. Now, Wiley provides this much needed summary in a one--volume textbook, reference, and review covering the essentials of bacteriology, mycology, virology, and parasitology.Written by authors who are experienced researchers and teachers in their specialties, MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY: A SHORT COURSE follows the format and organization of Benjamini and Leskowitz's IMMUNOLOGY: A SHORT COURSE, which has helped more than thirty thousand readers to learn and review more efficiently.With straightforward topic presentations, plus review questions, chapter summaries, colorful illustrations of key concepts, case studies, and concise guides to diagnostic methods, MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY: A SHORT COURSE contains exactly what students, teachers, and clinicians require: information that is organized for maximum understanding, maximum retention, and ease of access. Medical Microbiology: A Short Course...* follows the successful "short course" format * is an ideal self--tutorial for students * features extensive illustrations * adheres to standard medical course curricula * utilizes classroom--tested approach * serves as a practical reference for researchers and clinicians * is affordably priced Medical Microbiology: A Short Course will serve as an ideal textbook and self--tutorial for students in microbiology and immunology and as a handy reference for clinicians in all medical specialties.
Bachelor of Science, Michigan State University, 1968; Master of Science, University of Wisconsin, 1978; Doctor of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, 1981.
Research assistant Veterans Administration Hospital, Syracuse, New York, 1968-1969. Bacteriologist II Onondaga County Laboratory, 1969-1970. Research assistant department preventive medicine University Wisconsin, Madison, 1970-1971.
Microbiologist Methodist Hospital, 1971-1974, State Laboratory Hygiene, Madison, Wisconsin, 1974-1975. Section leader microbiology St. Marys Hospital, 1975-1978. Postdoctoral fellow diagnostic microbiology laboratory University of California at Los Angeles, 1981-1983.
Chief microbiology North Shore University Hospital, Manhasset, New York, 1983-1988. Director Wadsworth Anaerobe Clinical Laboratory, Los Angeles, 1988-1990. Consultant microbiologist various area hospitals, since 1988.
Clinical associate professor microbiology University of California at Los Angeles, 1993—1999. Clinical associate professor molecular microbiology and immunology University Southern California, 1997—1999. Laboratory director microbiology/virology University of California, San Francisco Stanford Health Care/Stanford Hospital and Clinics, 1998—2004.
Director microbiology laboratory Stanford University Medical Center, since 2004. Professional staff St. Joseph Hospital Medical Center, Burbank, California, 1988—1999. Chair subcommittee abbrev. bacterial identification National Committee for Clinical Laboratory Standards, 1997—2000.
Chair standards examination committee American Board Medical Microbiology, 1988—1991, examinations coordinator, 1991—1994, vice chair, 1994—1997, chair, 1997—2000. Adjunct assistant professor medicine University of California at Los Angeles, 1988—1992. Teaching faculty Columbia University Medical College, Huntington, New York, 1985—1986.
Instructor Touro University Medical College, Huntington, 1984—1988, Madison General Hospital School Medical Technology, 1979, Madison Area Technology College, 1978. Adjunct faculty C.W. Post University, Greenvale, New York, 1984—1988. Instructor Adelphia University, Garden City, New York, 1984—1988.
Teaching assistant University of California at Los Angeles Medical School, 1982—1983. Teaching assistant Medical School/Graduate School University Wisconsin, Madison, 1978—1981. Instructor medical technical California State University, Northridge, 1982—1983.
Assistant professor pathology Cornell University Medical College, New York City, 1984—1988. Microbiology coordinator St. Mary's Hospital Medical Center School Medical Technology, Madison, 1975—1978. Scientist-sponsor New York Academy of Sciences Research Training Program, 1987.
Clinical professor medicine Stanford University Medical School, 1998—1999, associate professor pathology, 1999—2004, professor pathology, since 2004. Lecturer, presenter, and consultant in field. Advisor microbiology area Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute, since 2000.
Member board clinical consultant National Institutes of Health, since 2003. Member Food and Drug Administration advisory committee Invitro Diagnostic Devices, since 2000.
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(Medical Microbiology: A Short CourseEllen Jo Baron, Rober...)
Teleconf. advisory group American Society Clinical Pathologists, 1987-1989. Fellow: Infectious Diseases Society of America, American Academy Microbiology. Member: Association Women in Science (newsletter editor 1993-1995, Los Angeles branch), Long Island.Infectious Diseases Society (secretary-treasurer 1985-1987, founding member), American Society Microbiology (board director and secretary New York City branch 1986-1988, co-chair Northern California-Southern California branch joint symposium 1989, program committee 1989-1992, advisory committee audiovisual programs, public relations 1989-1993, foundation speaker 1990-1991, public relations board 1990-1992, co-chair Northern California-Southern California branch joint symposium 1991, newsletter editor 1992-1994, committee on status of women and minorities board 2003-2005, alternate councilor division C 2004, councilor 2005-2006, board director Southern California branch, Alice C. Evans award 1997, BioMerieux Sonnenwirth award 2000).
Married Paul Michael Matcha, June 12, 1968 (divorced June 1980). Married James Chapman Taylor III, March 19, 1991.