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 Full-time Faculty in the Division of Allergy & Clinical Immunology Who See Patients

N. Franklin Adkinson, Jr., MD M.D. degree, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (1969); Internal Medicine Residency, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore (1969-1971); Clinical Associate, Immunology Branch, National Cancer Institute (1971-73).

Bruce S. Bochner, MD, M.D. degree, University of Illinois (1982); Internal Medicine Residency, University of Illinois (1982-1985); Allergy & Immunology Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (1985-1988); Board Certification:  Internal Medicine (1985), Allergy & Immunology (1987).

Nkiruka U. Erekosima, MD, M.P.H. M.D. degree, Drexel University College of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA (2004);  Internal Medicine Residency, Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, MD (2005-2007); Allergy and Immunology Fellowship, National Jewish Health and University of Colorado School of Medicine, Denver, CO (2007-2009); Board Certification: Internal Medicine (2007), Allergy and Immunology (2009).

Sarbjit S. Saini, MD M.D. degree, Ohio State University College of Medicine (1991); Internal Medicine Residency, University of Michigan Hospitals (1991-1994); Allergy & Immunology Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (1994-1997); Board Certification:  Internal Medicine (1994), Allergy & Immunology (1997).

Tao Zheng, MD, MD degree, Tongi Medical University, Wuhan, China (1986); Internal Medicine Residency, Yale University School of Medicine (1995-1998); Allergy & Immunology/Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Fellowship, Yale University School of Medicine (1998-2001); Board Certification:  Internal Medicine (1998), Allergy & Immunology (2001).

Additional Part-time Faculty in the Division of Allergy & Clinical Immunology Who See Patients

Duane M. Gels, MD M.D. degree, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago, IL (1984); Pediatrics Residency, Rhode Island Hospital, Providence, RI, (1984-87); Allergy & Immunology Fellowship, George Washington University/Children's National Medical Center, Washington, DC (1988-1990); Board Certification: Pediatrics (1989); Allergy & Immunology (1991, recertification 2001).

Michael Goldman, MD, M.D. Degree, Cornell University (1991); Internal Medicine Residency, The New York Hospital, NY, NY (1991-1994); Allergy & Immunology Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (1994-1996); Board Certification: Internal Medicine (1994), Allergy & Immunology (1997).

Alpa Jani, MDM.D. degree, Johns Hopkins; Residency in Internal Medicine: Washington University in St. Louis/Barnes-Jewish Hospital; Fellowship in Allergy and Immunology: Washington University in St. Louis; Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Allergy and Immunology; Clinical Practice from 2005-present; currently Clinical Instructor at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, working part-time, within the Division of Allergy and Immunology

Kathy Lampl, MD, M.D. degree University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (1979); Internal Medicine Residency, Rush Presbyterian Medical Center, Chicago IL (1979-1982); Allergy & Immunology Fellowship, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (1982-1984); Board Certification: Internal Medicine (1984), Allergy & Immunology (1985).

Susan Limb, M.D. M.D. degree, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (2000); Internal Medicine Residency, Johns Hopkins Hospital (2000-2003); Allergy and Immunology Fellowship, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine (2003-2006); Board Certification, Internal Medicine (2003); Board Certification, Allergy and Immunology (2007).

Jonathan Matz, MD, M.D. Degree, George Washington University (1986); Internal Medicine Residency, George Washington University Medical Center (1987-89); Allergy & Immunology Fellowship, National Jewish Medical Research Center, University of Colorado (1990-92); Board Certification: Internal Medicine (1989) and Allergy & Immunology (1993, 2003).

Philip S. Norman, MD, M.D. Degree, Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO (1951); Internal Medicine Residency, Vanderbilt University Hospital, Nashville, TN (1952-1954); USPHS Fellow at the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research (1954-1956); Board Certification:  Internal Medicine (1963), Allergy & Immunology (1972).

Mark Scarupa, MD, M.D. Degree, University of Minnesota School of Medicine (May 1999); Internal Medicine Residency, Washington Hospital Center, Washington, DC (1999-2002); Allergy & Immunology Fellowship, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (2002-2004); Board Certification: Internal Medicine 2002; board eligible in Allergy and Immunology.

Richard Rosenthal, MD, M.D. Degree Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn, NY (1966); Internal Medicine Residency, Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, NY and Long Island Jewish Medical Center, NY; Allergy & Immunology Fellowship, The Johns Hopkins University  School of Medicine (1971-73); Board Certification: Allergy & Immunology (1977).

Glenn M. Silber, M.D. M.D. Degree The University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences (1980); Pediatrics Residency, St. Jude/LeBonheur Children’s Hospital, Memphis, TN (1980-83), Chief Residency (1983-84); Allergy & Immunology Fellowship, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (1984-1987); Board Certification:  Pediatrics (1985), Allergy (1989, recertification 1997).

 
 
 
 
 

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