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42nd Annual Bowman Lecture

42nd Annual Bowman Lecture

The 42nd Annual Bowman Lecture will be presented by Eric Houpt, MD, chief of UVA’s Division of Infectious Diseases and International Health during the Department of Medicine’s Grand Rounds.

Dr. Houpt is the Jack M. Gwaltney Jr. Professor of Infectious Diseases. He received his BA from Colgate University, his MD from Emory University, and he was an intern and resident in internal medicine at the University of Chicago.  He was a fellow in infectious diseases at the University of Virginia from 1999-2002 whereupon he was appointed to the faculty of the Department of Medicine where he has risen through the ranks to professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases and International Health and Vice Chair for Research of the Department of Medicine. Special clinical interests include tropical medicine (for many years he chaired the ASTMH clinical review course) and tuberculosis and non-tuberculous mycobacterial diseases. He is the tuberculosis consultant physician for the Virginia Department of Health and has NIH grants in TB diagnosis and management.

The 2019 Bowman Scholars will also be recognized during the event.

Learn more about Medicine Grand Rounds here.

20191025 20191025 UTC 42nd Annual Bowman Lecture Education Resource Center, Room A October 25, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm

Education Resource Center, Room A

1220 Lee Street
Charlottesville, VA 22903

The 42nd Annual Bowman Lecture will be presented by Eric Houpt, MD, chief of UVA’s Division of Infectious Diseases and International Health during the Department of Medicine’s Grand Rounds.

Dr. Houpt is the Jack M. Gwaltney Jr. Professor of Infectious Diseases. He received his BA from Colgate University, his MD from Emory University, and he was an intern and resident in internal medicine at the University of Chicago.  He was a fellow in infectious diseases at the University of Virginia from 1999-2002 whereupon he was appointed to the faculty of the Department of Medicine where he has risen through the ranks to professor of medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases and International Health and Vice Chair for Research of the Department of Medicine. Special clinical interests include tropical medicine (for many years he chaired the ASTMH clinical review course) and tuberculosis and non-tuberculous mycobacterial diseases. He is the tuberculosis consultant physician for the Virginia Department of Health and has NIH grants in TB diagnosis and management.

The 2019 Bowman Scholars will also be recognized during the event.

Learn more about Medicine Grand Rounds here.