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Robert Glickman

Robert M. and Mary H. Glickman Professor of Medicine and Gastroenterology, Department of Medicine

Contact Info

212/263-5372
Robert.Glickman@nyumc.org

Education

— Clinical and Research Fellow in Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital (1966-68), Clinical Fellowships
1964 — Harvard Medical School, Medical Education
1964-1966 — Boston City Hospital, Residency Training
— Intern in Medicine II & IV (Harvard) Medical Services, Boston City Hospital ()1964-65), Internship
1966-1968 — Massachusetts General Hospital, Clinical Fellowships
— Assistant Resident in Medicine II & IV (Harvard) Medical Services, Boston City Hospital (1965-66), Residency Training

AGA Institute Future Trends Committee report: the future of gastroenterology training programs in the United States
Wang, Timothy C; Cominelli, Fabio; Fleischer, David E; Gordon, James M; Glickman, Robert M; Limsui, David; McQuaid, Kenneth R; Montrose, Marshall; Pasricha, Pankaj J; Powell, Don W; Rowe, William A; Sandborn, William J; Todisco, Andrea. AGA Institute Future Trends Committee report: the future of gastroenterology training programs in the United States. Gastroenterology. 2008 Nov ;135(5):1764-89.e2 (157299)

Allelic loss at the GPx-1 locus in cancer of the head and neck
Hu, Ya Jun; Dolan, M Eileen; Bae, Richard; Yee, Herman; Roy, Martin; Glickman, Robert; Kiremidjian-Schumacher, Lidia; Diamond, Alan M. Allelic loss at the GPx-1 locus in cancer of the head and neck. Biological trace element research. 2004 Nov ;101(2):97-106 (114161)

Why the physician-scientist? Why the Association of American Physicians?
Glickman RM. Why the physician-scientist? Why the Association of American Physicians?. Proceedings of the Association of American Physicians. 1999 Sep -1;111(5):463-466 (11948)

Intestinal transcription and synthesis of apolipoprotein AI is regulated by five natural polymorphisms upstream of the apolipoprotein CIII gene
Naganawa S; Ginsberg HN; Glickman RM; Ginsburg GS. Intestinal transcription and synthesis of apolipoprotein AI is regulated by five natural polymorphisms upstream of the apolipoprotein CIII gene. Journal of clinical investigation. 1997 Apr 15;99(8):1958-1965 (18974)

A common genetic varian upstream of ApoCIII gene coordinately controls intestinal expression of the human apoAI and apoAIV genes
Ginsburg GS; Naganawa S; Ginsberg H; Glickman RM. A common genetic varian upstream of ApoCIII gene coordinately controls intestinal expression of the human apoAI and apoAIV genes [Meeting Abstract]. Circulation. 1996 ;94(8):I.274-I.274 (62874)