Raymond Thomas Holzbach Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science, Georgetown University, 1951. Doctor of Medicine, Case Western Reserve University, 1955.
Intern, assistant resident University Illinois Research and Education Hospitals, Chicago, 1955-1956. Senior assistant resident medicine Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital, 1959-1960. Assistant chief gastroenterology Case Western Res University, 1961-1963.
Physician Gastroenterology Unit University Hospitals of Cleveland, 1961-1963. Instructor medicine Case Western Reserve University School Medicine, Cleveland, 1961-1964, clinical instructor medicine, 1964-1971. Head gastrointestinal research unit, associate physician division medicine St. Luke's Hospital, Cleveland, 1967-1973, director division gastroenterology, 1970-1973.
Head gastrointestinal research unit department medicine Cleveland Clinic Foundation, since 1973. Visiting professor numerous institutions including Mayo Medical School, 1974, University California, San Diego, 1977, University Heidelberg, 1978, University Pennsylvania, 1979, University Zurich, 1980, University Munich, 1982, University Minnesota Medical Center, 1985, medical centers, numerous Japanese universities, 1985, 92, Karolinska Institute, 1986, Royal Society London, 1987, Pennsylvania State University School Medical, University Helsinki, Rheinisch-Westfälische Technische Hochschule-Aachen, Düsseldorf, Federal Republic of Germany, University Groningen, Utrecht, University Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1989, University Perugia, Italy, Virginia Commonwealth U.-Medical College Virginia, Richmond, Christ Church School Medicine, University Otago, New Zealand, State University of New York, Buffalo School Medicine, 1990, Pontifical/Catholic University Chile School Medicine, 1991, Hiroshima University School Medicine, 1992, Kyoto University School Medicine, 1992, School Medicine University Jikei, Tokyo, 1992, Tel Aviv University, Israel School Medicine, 1995, University Leipzig, Germany, 1996, University Heidelberg, Germany, 1996. Lecturer in field.
Served to captain United States Air Force, 1957-1959. Fellow American College of Physicians. Member American Bar Association, American Gastroenterological Association (research committee 1976-1979), Central Society Clinical Research, American Association for Study of Liver Diseases, American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Society Biological Chemists, American Physiological Association, Biophysics Society, International Association Study of Liver, American Federation Clinical Research, Midwest Gut Club, American Society Clinical Nutrition, Ohio State Medical Association, Sigma Xi.
Married Lorraine E. Cozza, May 26,1956. Children— Ellen, Mark, James.