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Medical educator

Norman Alan Scherzer, American Medical educator. Sloan Foundation fellow, 1963, Fisht for Sisht fellow, 1965; recipient Henry Brown award Outstanding Teacher, Rutgers University-Newark U. College, 1995. Delaware visitation to Cuba, National League of Cities, 1979; member New Jersey-Philippine Cultural Exchange Program, Manila, 1978. Member Society for Science Study of Sex.

Background

Scherzer, Norman Alan was born on November 29, 1939 in Brooklyn. Son of Jack M. and Anna (Scherzer) Scherzer.

Education

Bachelor, Hunter College, 1962; Doctor of Philosophy, CUNY, 1973.

Career

Junior bacteriologist, King's County Hospital, Brooklyn, 1960-1961; instructor, Hunter College, New York City, 1973-1977; professor, Essex County College, Newark, since 1977; clinical associate professor, U. Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark, since 1992. Visiting professor Rutgers University, Newark, since 1987, New York University, since 1991. Consultant State Panel of Science Advisors, New Jersey, 1981-1983, National Science Foundation, Washington, 1989.

Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome educator/lecturer.

Membership

Delaware visitation to Cuba, National League of Cities, 1979. Member New Jersey-Philippine Cultural Exchange Program, Manila, 1978. Member Society for Science Study of Sex.

Connections

father:
Jack M. Scherzer

mother:
Anna (Scherzer) Scherzer