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Patricia Malizia Hamm

microbiologist

Patricia Malizia Hamm, American microbiologist. License medical technologist California.

Background

Hamm, Patricia Malizia was born on June 15, 1945 in Dearborn, Michigan, United States. Daughter of Vincent Adam and Jeana (Bruno) Malizia.

Education

Bachelor in Biology, California State University, Northridge, 1967.

Career

Teacher St. Genevieve High School, Panorama City, California, 1967—1969. Intern medical technical Valley Presbyterian Hospital, Van Nuys, 1969—1971. Evening laboratory supervisor Palm Harbor General Hospital, Garden Grove, 1971—1972.

Medical technologist La Habra Community Hospital, 1972—1975, microbiologist, epidemiologist, 1975—1984. Infection control practitioner, microbiologist University California Irvine Medical Center, since 1984. Adult education teacher.

Consultant in field.

Achievements

  • License medical technologist California.

Works

  • Contributor: articles to professional publications.

Membership

Member Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Coalition to Identify Orange County Needs, speaker's bureau. Program manager, director Management Skills for Infection Control, Applied Epidemiology Center for Disease Control. Member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, California Association Practitioners Infection Control (coordinating council 1986-1987), Orange County Association Practitioners Infection Control (secretary chapter 1983, president 1985, bylaws chair 1986), American Society Microbiologists.

Connections

Married Vance Edgar Hamm, November 28, 1971 (divorced ). 1 child Christy Jean.

father:
Vincent Adam Malizia

mother:
Jeana (Bruno) Malizia

spouse:
Vance Edgar Hamm

child:
Christy Jean Hamm