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Gail Morrison, M.D.

Professor of Medicine
Vice-Dean for Education


Business Address:

University of Pennsylvania

Perelman School of Medicine
100 Stemmler
Philadelphia , PA 19104

Phone: 215-898-8034
Fax: 215-573-4289


Medical: University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Philadelphia, PA

Residency: Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC

Internship: Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, MA

Fellowship: Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA          

Board Certification: Internal Medicine and Nephrology

Reserach Insterests:


Selected References:

Jablonover RS, Blackman DJ, Bass EB and Morrison G: Evaluation of a national curriculum reform effort for the medicine core clerkship. J Gen Intern Med 15: 484-491, 2000.

Hank L and Morrison G: Development of a case-based integrated nutrition curriculum for medical students. Am J Clin Nutri 72 (suppl): 890S-7S, 2000 Notes: Proceedings of a symposium held in Washington, DC.

Rabinowitz HK, Veloski JJ, Aber RC, Adler S, Ferretti Silva, Kelliher G, Mochen E, Morrison G, Rattner SL, Roberson MR, Cochran C, Hojat M, and Xu G: A Statewide Career Tracking System of Medical Students: The Pennsylvania Model. Academic Medicine 74(1Suppl), January 1999.

Bass E, Fortin A, Morrison G, Wills S, Mumford L, Goroll AH: National Survey of Clerkship Directors in Internal Medicine on the Competencies that Should Be Addressed in the Medicine Core Clerkship. Am. J. Medicine 102: 564-571, 1997.

Fang K, Morrison G, Buller T, Elder D and Schumacher RH: diffuse hyperpigmentation as an early manifestation in scleroderma: Histologic findings differential diagnosis and concepts of pathogenesis. Resident and Staff Physician Page: 37-45, September 1993.


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