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historian , researcher

Robin Leona Rohrer, American historian, researcher. John P. Pisano grantee, National Institutes of Health, 2002, Travel grantee, Wellcome Institute of the History of Medicine, 2002, 2003, fellow in the History of Basic Medical Research, Rockefeller U./Archive Center, 2002, Wood Institution fellow, College Physicians Philadelphia, 2003.


Rohrer, Robin Leona was born on July 4, 1957 in Hagerstown, Maryland, United States. Daughter of Conrad Ray Rohrer and Leona Mae Norris.


Bachelor, University Maryland, 1977. Master of Arts, University Maryland, 1982. Doctor of Philosophy, Catholic University America, 1985.


Instructor Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland, 1984—1986. Lecturer American University, Washington, 1985—1986. Assistant professor history Seton Hill College, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, 1986—1993, associate professor history, 1993—2004.

Professor history Seton Hill University, since 2004. Presenter in field.


  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.


Legislative advisory Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Pittsburgh, 1999—2004. Founding mem.psycho social advisory board hematology oncology Children's Hospital Pittsburgh, volunteer oncology division, 2003—2004. Member of British Society for the History Medicine, American Society Pediatrics Hematology Oncology, American Association for the History Medicine, American History Association.


Married Joseph Gerard Mannard, December 23, 1951. Children: Moira Elizabeth Mannard, Kathleen Margaret Mannard, Brigid Elizabeth Mannard, Ian Richard Mannard.

Conrad Ray Rohrer

Leona Mae Norris

Joseph Gerard Mannard

Moira Elizabeth Mannard Rohrer

Kathleen Margaret Mannard Rohrer

Brigid Elizabeth Mannard Rohrer

Ian Richard Mannard Rohrer