Saul Krugman M.D. – Physician, Scientist, Teacher 1911-1995

Saul Krugman M.D. – Physician, Scientist, Teacher 1911-1995

A Remarkable Career (Excerpted and adapted from the program of a 1991 
Symposium at the NYU School of Medicine honoring Saul Krugman)

Saul Krugman, M.D.

The first scientific article Saul Krugman wrote appeared when he was 39 years old; he eventually wrote more than 250 articles, and was the co-author of a leading text on infectious diseases, Krugman's Infectious Diseases of Children, with a tenth edition published in 1998. His most frequently cited article, "Infectious Hepatitis: Evidence for Two Distinctive Clinical, Epidemiological, and Immunological Types of Infection" JAMA , 200(5):365-73, 1967, appears in Morton's Medical Bibliography, a compilation of the most important works in the history of medicine. Click here for a listing of abstracts of Dr. Krugman's published works in the NYU Health Sciences Library's Faculty bibliography.

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