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Gregory A. Curt, American clinical researcher. Diplomate American Board Internal Medicine, American Board Clinical Oncology. Recipient Outstanding Service medal, United States Public Health Service, 1992. Captain United States Public Health Service.

Background

Curt, Gregory A. was born on July 26, 1952 in Massachusetts, United States.

Education

Bachelor of Science summa cum laude, Providence College, 1973. Doctor of Medicine with distinction, University Rochester School Medicine, New York, 1977.

Career

Gordan & Viola Leak research fellow Childrens Cancer Research Foundation, Boston, 1974, Charing Cross Hospital, London, 1975—1976. Intern, resident internal medicine New England Deaconess Hospital/Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1977—1980. Research fellow Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, 1979—1980.

Fellow in medical oncology National Cancer Institute (National Cancer Institute), Bethesda, Maryland, 1980—1983, special assistant clinical affairs, division cancer treatment, 1983—1984, assistant director division cancer treatment, 1984—1985, deputy director division cancer treatment, 1985—1988, clinical director National Cancer Institute, 1989—2002, associate director clinical oncology program, 1989—1995, deputy director clinical affairs, division clinical science, 1995—2002. Senior director, alliance manager for National Institutes of Health AstraZeneca Pharmaceutical, since 2002, United States medical science lead for emerging products, since 2007. Director medical education, chief clinical pharmacology Roger Williams Hospital-Brown University, Providence, 1988—1989.

Chairman Life Sciences Consortium Task Force Chief Executive Officer Roundtable.

Membership

Captain United States Public Health Service.

Connections

Married Suzanne Grealy, August 18, 1979.