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Anteneh Habte, MD Dr. Anteneh is one of the editors of a series of web-based modules in hospice and palliative care for Ethiopia prepared under the auspices of the Mayo Clinic Global HIV Initiative.
Mekonnen is a pulmonologist and sleep specialist currently practicing in Maryland. He attended Addis Ababa University in Ethiopia for medical school. He completed his internal medicine residency training at the University of Illinois, and pulmonary and critical care fellowship training at Northwestern University.
His current focus is in the field of sleep medicine.
He has managed and supervised more than 10, sleep studies. A frequent speaker in the area of Sleep Medicine and Sleep Disorders, he has delivered more than invited lectures. Tefferi is a Professor of medicine, and world renowned hematologist currently practicing at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.
He went to medical school at the University of Athens in Greece.
He completed his internal medicine residency training at St. His research involves clinical and laboratory research in myeloid disorders.
He has had over publications in peer reviewed journals and serves as the associate or section editor for the Mayo Clinic Proceedings, Leukemia, American Journal of Hematology, European Journal of Hematology, and Hematological Oncology.
He is also in the editorial board of several other journals. He received his B. Hailemeskel is well published with over 50 research papers Dawd S.
Siraj is a Professor of Medicine, and an infectious disease physician at the University of Wisconsin. He received his medical degree from Jimma University in Ethiopia. Barnabas Hospital Bronx, NY. He is also David L.
Siraj started as a Faculty first at the Cleveland Clinic and later moved to Temple University in Philadelphia where for many years he carried various leadership roles including Director of Diabetes Program and Director of Endocrine Fellowship Program.
Over the years, Dr. Siraj has been involved in Global Medicine activities and has been traveling to Ethiopia every year as a Visiting Professor, teaching residents, fellows and medical students as well as conducting collaborative clinical research projects.The Cobleskill Times-Journal is a weekly newspaper published every Wednesday that covers the news of Schoharie County.
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