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Title: Robert Drapkin MD Was Chief Resident and Instructor in Internal Medicine at the University of Illinois


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Robert Drapkin MD Was Chief Resident and
Instructor in Internal Medicine at the University
of Illinois
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Robert Drapkin MD is a board-certified
professional who has held key positions in many
hospitals and medical academic centers. He is
licensed to practice in Florida and affiliated
with various organizations such as Pinellas
County Medical Association, Florida Society of
Clinical Oncology, American Medical Association,
American Society for Blood and Marrow
Transplantation, and International Association
for the Study of Lung Cancer. He is the
co-founder and Co-Director of stem cell program
at Morton Plant Hospital.
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Academic
background
Robert Drapkin attended Union College,
Schenectady, New York to receive his Bachelor of
Science degree and thereafter enrolled at
Renssellaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy New York
to pursue his post-graduate degree. In 1971, he
completed his MD degree from Wayne State
University Medical School, Detroit, Michigan.
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Past hospital appointments
Robert Drapkin MD was the Chief Resident and
Instructor in Internal Medicine at the University
of Illinois, Chicago from 1974 to 1975.
Thereafter, he completed his Medical
Oncology/Hematology fellowship from Memorial
Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York. Aside
from that, he served as Attending Physician,
Clinician I, Department of Medicine, at Roswell
Park Memorial Institute, New York. From 1992 to
1997, Robert Drapkin served Morton Plant
Hospital, Clearwater as the Medical Director of
Stem Cell program.
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Current Appointments
Since 1980, Robert Drapkin MD has been serving as
Research Assistant Professor, Department of
Medicine at the University of South Florida
School of Medicine. He is a Moffit Cancer Center
Affiliate Physician and also has affiliations
with Helen Ellis Memorial Hospital, Tarpon
Springs (Florida), Largo Medical Center, Morton
Plant Mease- Dunedin Hospital, Dunedin (Florida),
and Morton Plant Mease- Countryside Hospital,
Clearwater, Florida.
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Recipient of research grants
Robert Drapkin MD received research grants from
Mease Hospital Foundation for Cancer Research for
the years 1987-1988 and 1988-1989. Morton Plant
Mease Foundation has been providing philanthropic
support to not-for-profit hospitals of Morton
Plant Mease Health Care for over 30 years. It
aims at inspiring donors to take part in programs
that reflect their values and satisfy their needs
for recognition and promoting a feeling of making
a difference.
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