Carl Fichtenbaum

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Carl Fichtenbaum


Dr. Carl J Fichtenbaum is a Professor of Clinical Medicine and Director Residency Research Program at the University of Cincinnati, Division of Internal Medicine[1].

Education/expertise

Carl Fichtenbaum completed his MD at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 1985. His post doctoral training includes: Internal Medicine/Pediatrics Residency, Bridgeport Hospital, 1985-1989; Chief Medical Residency, Bridgeport Hospital, 1989-1990; Post-Doctoral Infectious Diseases Fellow (AIDS Clinical Fellow), Yale University School of Medicine, 1990-1991; Post-Doctoral Infectious Diseases Fellow, Barnes Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, 1991; Trainee, National Institute of Drug Abuse, Washington University School of Medicine, St.Louis, MO, 1992-1994.

Dr. Fichtenbaum's expertise is in clinical research in infectious diseases, in particular opportunistic infections of HIV-infected individuals. Dr. Fichtenbaum is in charge of clinical research for the infectious diseases divisionan. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases, and American Board of Pediatrics. Dr. Fichtenbaum has been elected to the American College of Physicians, American Academy of Pediatrics, Infectious Diseases Society of America. His published works include approximately 60 articles, 45 abstracts and various reviews, book chapters and letters[2].

Communist Party reformer

In 1991 Carl Fichtenbaum, Missouri , was one of several hundred Communist Party USA members to sign the a paper "An initiative to Unite and Renew the Party"-most signatories left the Party after the December 1991 conference to found Committees of Correspondence.[3]

Committees of Correspondence NCC

In 1994 Carl Fichtenbaum was a member of the National Coordinating Committee of the Committees of Correspondence.[4]

Supporting Committees of Correspondence

In 1995 Mary Beth Donica and Carl Fichtenbaum were listed[5] as two of the "CoC members and friends" donating to Committees of Correspondence. They contributed $100.

In 1997 Carl Fichtenbaum was the Missouri contact for the Committees of Correspondence.[6]

References

  1. http://www.netwellness.org/experts/biosketch.cfm?personid=245
  2. http://www.netwellness.org/experts/biosketch.cfm?personid=245
  3. Addendum to Initiative document Nov. 13 1991
  4. CoC National committee meeting, January 7-9, 1994, New York minutes
  5. CoC Corresponder Vol4 No 5 p3
  6. CoC Corresponder November 1996/January 1997 Page 2