Walter Rubin Edit Profile
Bachelor of Science in Quantitative Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1955; Doctor of Medicine, Cornell Univercity, 1959.
Resident in medicine, Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, 1959-1962;
teaching fellow School Medicine, Harvard University, Boston, 1961-1962;
United States Public Health Service trainee in gastroenterology, Cornell Univercity/New York Hospital, New York City, 1962-1964;
assistant professor medicine and anatomy School Medicine, Cornell Univercity, New York City, 1964-1969;
professor medicine and anatomy, Medical College Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, since 1969;
chief, division gastroenterology, Medical College Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, since 1969;
vice-department chairman medicine, Medical College Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1982-1995. Gastroenterology consultant Memorial Hospital, New York City, 1969-1970, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Philadelphia, 1969-1986. Member editorial county The Italian Journal Gastroenterology, Italy, 1970-1984.
Member merit review board United States VA, 1969-1974. Chairman general medical study section National Institutes of Health, 1982-1985.
Fellow American College of Physicians. Member American Gastroenterological Association, American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases, American Society for Clinical Investigation, Alpha Omega Alpha (president Medical College Pennsylvania chapter 1978).
Married Naomi Belle Meltzer, December 28, 1958. Children: Stuart Joseph, Elizabeth Lee Rubin Kelly, DeborahMiriam Rubin Herrmann, Michael Benjamin, Adam Daniel.