Dr. Harold Swartz, MD, Ph.D.
About the Speaker
Harold Swartz MD, PhD, M.S.P.H., has held the Alma Hass Milham Distinguished Chair in Clinical
Medicine and has been the director of the Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) Centers at Dartmouth, the
University of Illinois and the Medical College of Wisconsin. His current interests are focused especially on
the measurement of oxygen in vivo to improve diagnosis and therapy in the wide range of pathophysiology
for which tissue oxygen is a critical parameter. He has especially been involved in the development of EPR
to make measurements in human subjects to facilitate measurements of oxygen and radiation exposure. He
has authored/co-authored over 550 publications and six books. His honors include the International Zavoisky
Award (2005); Fellow of International EPR (ESR) Society (2005); special gold medal as Founder of the
International EPR Society (2005); Fellow of International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
(1997); silver medal (Biomedicine) from International EPR Society (1994), and the silver medal from the
Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (1993).
His academic/teaching/mentoring efforts have especially focused on the preparation of physician-scholars for
academic careers. He has organized and directed MD/PhD programs at the University of Illinois and
Dartmouth. He has especially tried to facilitate the careers of physician-scholars engaged in unusual
combinations with medicine such as engineering, humanities, and the Social Sciences. He has been
coordinated several books and articles in these areas.
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- Quizzes 1
- Language English
- Students 823
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